Objectives:

- Finalize the formulas for initial velocity and horizontal distance traveled
- Connect all the formulas to the bigger picture by mapping them in chronological order

Warm up: Review pg 85 #2

- First assume that W is less than 10 seconds, so the diver will be in the first quadrant. Write an expression in terms of W for the vertical and horizontal components of the diver’s velocity.

__Calculus:__If I take the derivative of my X and Y position on the ferris wheel what do I get?- Remember I start with a (X,Y) position on the ferris wheel, and get launched off with an initial velocity. What is the generalized formula for the horizontal distance traveled?

Chronology of Formulas Activity

- As a group write out all of the formulas used to solve the unit problem on sticky notes. Each formula should be appropriately labeled and each variable clearly defined so that you will know what the formula represents.
- On the adjacent whiteboard, arrange the sticky notes is a way that creates a chronological map of formulas. This should tell you the start to finish process of solving the unit problem.

Master Spreadsheet:

You should have started your master spreadsheet with the x and y position on the ferris wheel. Now I would like you to code in all the rest of the formulas into your master spreadsheet.

Some things to think about:

You should have started your master spreadsheet with the x and y position on the ferris wheel. Now I would like you to code in all the rest of the formulas into your master spreadsheet.

Some things to think about:

- What ware inputs and outputs?
- How do the formula connect to each other?
- How can I organize my spreadsheet to be easy to use?