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EOC Study Guide 2017 PHYSICAL SCIENCE1.BENCHMARKSC.912.N.1.1Define a problem based on a specific body of knowledge. For example: biology, chemistry, physics, and earth/spacescience.FOCUSNUMBER OFQUESTIONS4Students will be able to pose questions about the natural world using body of knowledge concepts.Students will review and discuss what is known in light of empirical evidence.Items will assess content that is appropriate for grade level and rigor of course.Items will require students to analyze data tables and/or graphs.Items will require students to interpret and evaluate experimental scenarios.Items may require students to draw valid conclusions from sample data sets.2.BENCHMARKSC.912.P12.2Analyze the motion of an object in terms of its position, velocity, and acceleration (with respect to a frame of reference) asfunctions of time.FOCUSNUMBER OFQUESTIONS5Items may assess the effect of applied forces.Items may assess scenarios using various graphs (distance-time, velocity-time and acceleration-time)Items may assess scenarios using data tables and charts.Items will not use vectors in the analysis of a question (arrows and/or unit vector notation)Items will not quantitatively assess 2-object 1-dimensional kinematics.Items will not quantitatively assess 2-dimensional kinematics.Items will not assess vector decomposition.Items may assess vector addition and/or subtraction (arrows and/or unit vector notation).3.BENCHMARKSC.912.P.12.3Interpret and apply Newton's three laws of motion.FOCUSNUMBER OFQUESTIONS3Items may require quantitative analysis of Newton’s Second Law (F = ma). Only SI units will be used (Newtons,kilograms & meters per second2) in such calculations.Items will not require knowledge of, or use concepts related to momentum or impulse.Items may include free body diagrams.Items may qualitatively or quantitatively assess Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation (e.g., how mass or distanceaffects relative gravitational force, as in the Cavendish experiment).Items will not assess mechanical advantage, torque, or simple machines.4.BENCHMARKSC.912.P.10.1Differentiate among the various forms of energy and recognize that they can be transformed from one form to others.FOCUSNUMBER OFQUESTIONS3Items may include the kinetic theory of matter.Items will only discuss the following energy types: thermal, electrical, mechanical, sound, light, gravitationalpotential, spring potential, elastic potential, and/or kinetic.Items may include transfer of energy through friction.
Items may assess temperature changes and thermal equilibrium.Items may assess the Law of Conservation of Energy.Items will not assess efficiency.5.BENCHMARKSC.912.P.10.18Explore the theory of electromagnetism by comparing and contrasting the different parts of the electromagnetic spectrumin terms of wavelength, frequency, and energy, and relate them to phenomena and applications.

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Term
Fall
Professor
Jeffery Dudokvich
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