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##### PHYS 115 - Andrews Univeristy Study Resources
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###### Ch04RevQandA

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Chapter 4 Newton's Second Law of Motion Review Questions with Answers Force Causes Acceleration 1. Is acceleration proportional to net force or does acceleration equal net force? Acceleration is proportional to net force, meaning a change in one prod

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###### Ch02RevQandA

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Chapter 2 Review Questions Aristotle on Motion 1. Contrast Aristotle's ideas of natural motion and violent motion. Aristotle saw natural motion as objects moving by their nature, and violet motion proceeding from externally caused pushes or pulls.

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###### Ch01RevQandA_1

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Review Questions 1. Briefly, what is science? Science is both a body of knowledge, and a human activity. 2. Throughout the ages, what has been the general reaction to new ideas about established "truths?" Resistance. Scientific Measurements 3. When

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###### Ch23LectandAns

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23 Electric Current Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition Flow of Charge Electric Current Voltage Sources Electrical Resistance Ohm's Law Ohm's Law and Electric Shock Direct Current and Alternating Current Converting ac to dc S

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###### Ch17LectandAns

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17 Change of Phase Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition Evaporation Condensation Condensation in the Atmosphere Fog and Clouds Boiling Geysers Boi

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###### Ch15LectandAns

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15. Heat, Temperature, and Expansion Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition Temperature Heat Quantity of Heat Specific Heat Capacity Expansion Expansion of Water

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###### Ch13LectandAns

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13 Conceptual Liquids Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition Pressure in a Liquid Buoyancy Archimedes' Principlex Density Effects on Submerged Objects Flotatio

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###### Ch07LectandAns

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7 Energy Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9thEdition Work Power Mechanical Energy Potential Energy Kinetic Energy Conservation of Energy Machines Energy and Technology Efficiency Comparison of Kinetic Energy and Momentum Energy for Life Th

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###### Ch05LectandAns

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5 Newton's Third Law of Motion Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition Forces and Interactions Newton's Third Law of Motion Defining Your System Action and Reaction on Different Masses Summary of Newton's Three Laws Vectors Force Ve

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###### Ch01LectandAns_1

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1 Conceptual Physics Instructor's Manual, 9th Edition About Science Scientific Measurements Size of the Earth Size of the Mo

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###### Ch23RevQandA

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Review Questions Ch 23 Flow of Charge 1. What condition is necessary for the flow of heat? What analogous condition is necessary for the flow of charge? A temperature difference is needed for a flow of heat. Analogously, a potential difference is

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###### Ch14RevQandA

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Review Questions Chap 14 1. Why are gases and liquids called fluids? Because they both flow. The Atmosphere 2. What is the energy source for the motion of gas in the atmosphere? What prevents atmospheric gases from flying off into space? Heat from

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###### Ch08RevQandA

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Chapter 8 Rotational Motion Review Questions with Answers Circular Motion 1. Why is the linear speed greater for a horse on the outside of a merrygoround than for a horse closer to the center? The one on the outside travels a greater distance in the

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###### Ch06RevQandA

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Chapter 6 Momentum Review Questions MOMENTUM 1. Which has a greater momentum, a heavy truck at rest or a moving skateboard? The truck at rest has no speed, hence no momentum. So the moving skateboard has greater momentum. IMPULSE 2. How does impuls

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###### Labscoring_form

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Concepts of Physics Laboratory Scoring Form GRADING CATEGORY Layout: Title, Date/Time, Name, Page#, Objectives, Format Journal Entries: Equipment Data Analysis /4 Interpretation /1 Summary Paragraph: A paragraph refining your journal entries in order

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