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8.3: Learning Objectives

Difficulty Level: At Grade Created by: CK-12
  • Students will use the iterative engineering design process to solve a problem.
  • Students will apply Newton’s laws of motion to the flight of a model rocket.
  • Students will use and/or create a computer simulation that describes the motion of a model rocket; the simulation will use a spreadsheet and numerical techniques to show solutions for a second-order differential equation.
  • Students will use algebra and trigonometry to solve a problem.
  • Students will evaluate the errors associated with the use of simulations to solve complex problems.

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Jul 27, 2012
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