Case Studies: Impulse and Force

The Case Studies: Impulse and Force Concept Builder is designed to help students gain comfort with the use of the impulse-momentum change theorem. The main outcomes is an understanding of how to use the theorem to analyze a collision to identify how the variables mass, time and velocity change affect the force experienced by an object. There are two difficulty levels in the Concept Builder - Master and Wizard. Question-specific help is provided for each question. The built-in score-keeping makes this Concept Builder a perfect candidate for a classroom activity.
 

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Users are encouraged to open the Concept Builder and explore. There is no need for an activity sheet for this Concept Builder. However, the 8 different Question Groups (16 questions in all) can be printed. View Questions.

Learners and Instructors may also be interested in viewing the accompanying Notes page. Technical information, teaching suggestions, and related resources that complement this Concept Builder are provided on the Notes page. View Notes.






 


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