1st Semester Exam Review - Conceptual Physics 1st Semester...

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Conceptual Physics 1 st Semester Exam Review This exam will be very straight forward. Either you know the material, or you don’t. To be successful you should do three things: 1- Read 2- Demonstrate an understanding of the terms and vocab. 3- Work problems, using formulas and including units. Ch. 1 About Science Key Terms: Scientific method, fact, hypothesis, law, principle , theory. Review Questions, p.9. #3, 4, 6 Ch. 2 Mechanical Equilibrium Key Terms: force, net force, vector, vector quantity, scalar quantity, mechanical equilibrium, equilibrium rule, support force, resultant Review Questions, p. 24-27. “Check Concepts” and #25, 26, 28, 31, 34, 42, 45, 48 Ch. 3 Newton’s First Law- Inertia Key Terms: friction, inertia, Newton’s 1 st Law, law of inertia, kilograms, mass, weight, newton
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