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Newton's 3rd Law and Bernoulli Principle
Lift Force, Pg. 100, using Newton's 3rd Law and Bernoulli Principle
Magnus Force and Bernoulli Principle
Magnus Force and Bernoulli Principle, pg. 101. When throwing a curve ball, you have increased the velocity on one side of the ball and decreased the velocity on the other...which refers to Bernoulli Principle.

 


 

 


 

 


 

Assessment statement

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4.3.1

Define the terms force, speed, velocity, displacement, acceleration, momentum, and impulse.

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4.3.2

Analyze velocity-time, distance-time, and force-time graphs of sporting actions.

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4.3.3

Define the term centre of mass.

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4.3.4

Explain that a change in body position during sporting activities can change the position of the centre of mass.

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4.3.5

Distinguish between first, second  and  third class levers.

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4.3.6

Label anatomical representations of levers.

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4.3.7

Define Newton’s three laws of motion.

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4.3.8

Explain how Newton’s three laws of motion apply to sporting activities.

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4.3.9

State the relationship between angular momentum, moment of inertia and angular velocity.

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4.3.10

Explain the concept of angular momentum in relation to sporting activities.

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4.3.11

Explain the factors that affect projectile motion at take-off or release.

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4.3.12

Outline the Bernoulli Principle with respect to projectile motion in sporting activities.

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