Ms. McPhee's Math and Physics Pages

Ms. McPhee teaches a lesson in momentum

Knowledge is better than ignorance

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Check out some useful resources:

You can see my personal tips on how to do well in math and science, including my marking key (or this marking key...)

You can access some practice sheets, watch my how-to videos (closed captioning is coming), and get information about flipped lessons.

You can see my annotated list of recommended books and websites , including simulations, organized by course. I've listed some important general ones below.

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What happens to Ms. McPhee when you leave class? Do I disappear into the aether, waiting for your return? No, no, I'm probably doing this .

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