This worksheet is inspired by NTIPERS, the "Physics Jeopardy" questions developed by Van Heuvelen and Etkina, and Matt Greenwolfe's goal-less problems. Either a force diagram, vector addition diagram, or set of equations is provided. Students brainstorm scenarios for which the provided representation would apply and fill out the other representations. I use it in my AP C Mechanics class, but it requires no calculus.

Newton's Laws - Apparent Weight on an Elevator Lab

Matthew Sckalor Lab utilizing LabQuest equipment has students calculate apparent weight and the acceleration of an elevator

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Reverse Force Questions

Noah Segal

This worksheet is inspired by NTIPERS, the "Physics Jeopardy" questions developed by Van Heuvelen and Etkina, and Matt Greenwolfe's goal-less problems. Either a force diagram, vector addition diagram, or set of equations is provided. Students brainstorm scenarios for which the provided representation would apply and fill out the other representations. I use it in my AP C Mechanics class, but it requires no calculus.

## Newton's Laws - Apparent Weight on an Elevator Lab

Matthew SckalorLab utilizing LabQuest equipment has students calculate apparent weight and the acceleration of an elevator