This resource is idfeal for consolidation work and for highlighting student misconceptions.
Problem One requires students to interpret the information contained in the question relating to forces and the coefficient of friction, draw a force diagram, resolve the forces and find the acceleration and state the assumptions made.
Problem Two contains just a force diagram. Students have to decide what the question ids for themselves, resolve the components and solve their problem.
Problem Three just contains the resolved components. Students have to decipher the force diagram, the question and find a solution from just the information given.
Problem Four just gives the solution to a problem. Students have to decipher the rest of the information from the given solution.
Problem Five just gives the assumptions made. Students have to make up their own problem in which the assumptions made are sensible.