Due Date for questions and solutions: This Friday, 3/23/2012, by 11:59 PM
Due Date for the other solutions: Next Friday by 3:45 PM.

You can earn up to 16 points added to a test grade. For every problem you create that asks the student to calculate the power, 1 point is earned. Up to 8 points can be earned in this manner. For a problem to count it meet the criteria set forth below. For every problem you check from another person, 1 point can be earned. Up to 8 additional points can be earned in this manner. For every problem you turn in, you will receive one to check. You will not recevie more than what you turn in. Problems to be checked will be made available on Monday after the due date. All of the problems for checking will be divided up among the students who turned them in by the teacher. You may work with one partner from any AP physics class. You may not switch partners between writing the porblems and checking them.

1. The problem must be typed in GoogleDocs™. You can use the school's account or your own -if you have one.
2. The problems must be shared with "twayne@student.k12albemarle.org" by the deadline.
3. The file name with the questions and answers should be called "2012 APEC" followed by your class period, and the last name(s) of you and your partner in alphabetical order. A team in 4th period would be titled, "2012 APEC 4 Thomas Vrhovac"
4. The problem must ask the student to solve for power. You may ask for other concepts to be calculated, but power is the only one I require.
5. Each problem must utilize a concept from a different unit that we covered. (www.mrwaynesclass.com/ap) Problems that come from the same unit will only be counted once -in toto. You can include problems from units in the list that we have not covered. Be careful to apply the concepts correctly.
6. Each question must state the chapter's concept that is being utilized. Obviously each will include power. This does not need to be stated.
7. Each question must include an correct solution that shows the steps that are needed to solve it. Steps include: Givens, equations with only variables, equations with numbers and units, and the correct answer with units. Equations must be typed up using the equation editor. Humorous questions or unusual or weird fact based questions are always appreciated. Many facts can be found here, http://hypertextbook.com/facts/index-topics.shtml.
8. When solving someone else work, your solution must include, givens, equations with only variables, equations with numbers and units, and the correct answer with units. These solutions will be done by hand on paper.
 Example "(Kinematics) A bicyclist rides down a bike path at 14 m/s when the bike slowed to speed of… How much power was exerted by the 'Dora the Explorer?'" Solution: Givens Equations with only variables Equations with numbers and units Correct answer with units

by Tony Wayne ...(If you are a teacher, please feel free to use these resources in your teaching.)