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Constant Mass Chg Force Expmt & Report Rubric
Rubric Code:
P247A85
By
pmuller22
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Subject:
Physics
Type:
Assignment
Grade Levels:
9-12
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Constant Mass Chg Force Expmt & Report Rubric
Not met Standard
1 pts
Below Standard
2 pts
Approaching Standard
3 pts
Met Standard
4 pts
Hypothesis
Not met Standard
Writes something that can't possibly address the motion of a cart.
Below Standard
Approaching Standard
Met Standard
Writes a legitimate educated guess to how the cart will move.
Data Table
Not met Standard
Missing 4 masses & acceleration data.
Below Standard
Missing Column headings: Mass, Acceleration Units: "g" and "m/s2". 4 masses & acceleration data.
Approaching Standard
Column headings: Mass, Acceleration
Units: "g" and "m/s2" missing. 4 masses & acceleration data.
Met Standard
Column headings: Mass, Acceleration
Units: "g" and "m/s2". 4 masses & acceleration data.
Graph of Acceleration vs Force
Not met Standard
Y-axis or X-axis not labeled: "Force (N)" Both y- and x-axis numbers separated equally. 4 points plotted.
Below Standard
Y-axis labeled: "Acceleration (m/s2)". X-axis labeled: "Force (N)" Both y- and x-axis numbers not separated equally. 4 points plotted.
Approaching Standard
Y-axis labeled: "Acceleration". X-axis labeled: "Force" Both y- and x-axis numbers separated equally. 4 points plotted. Missing axis units
Met Standard
Y-axis labeled: "Acceleration (m/s2)". X-axis labeled: "Force (N)" Both y- and x-axis numbers separated equally. 4 points plotted.
Question 1 & 2
Not met Standard
Incorrectly writes that the acceleration decreases as the force increases & graph
Below Standard
Approaching Standard
Incorrectly writes that the graph is not a straight line & correctly that acceleration increases as force increases.
Met Standard
Correctly writes that the graph is a straight line & acceleration increases as force increases.
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Physics
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