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These cave pain,ngs are from the Paleolithic period.
Chauvet cave, Lion panel, c. 30,000 B.C.E.
Just as we take the train to Tarascon or Rouen, we take death to
Reach a star-van Gogh
Van Gogh a9empted to
express his pe
H20 in its gaseous form is
invisible; when it condenses
to liquid it can be seen.
Figure 20. 1 A
Molecules in the gaseous state
are far apart, are in continuous
motion, bounce off one another
without net change in energy,
and fill up and take the shape
Martian Canals
By: Michael Foster
The Martian Canals
The martian canals were discovered in
1877 by Giovanni Schiaparelli.
This is him
The Martian Canals Map in 1877
How The Martian Canals Were Discovered
The Martian Canals were discovered when in 1877, Gi
RELATIVITY
MOMENTUM,
MASS, ENERGY,
AND GRAVITY
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Describe how an objects
momentum changes as it
approaches the speed of light.
(16.1)
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MASS, ENERGY, AND GRAVITY
THE BIG
IDEA
Describe how mass and energy
are related. (16.
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If the molecules in the atmosphere moved
too slowly, the atmosphere would be a
liquid or solid laye
16 RelativityMomentum, Mass, Energy, and Gravity
According to special relativity,
mass and energy are
equivalent. According to
general relativity, gravity
causes space to become
curved and time to undergo
changes.
16 RelativityMomentum, Mass, Energy, and
Location
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Concept Development 9-1
Created for CVCA Physics
By
Dick Heckathorn
4 January 2K + 5
Circular Motion
a. If there is no relative motion
between the train and the edge of
the platform, how fast must the train
move compared to the rim sp
Circular motion does not persist without a force
Circular
Motion
Angular
1. An overhead view of a person swinging a rock on a rope. A force from the
string is required to make the rock's velocity vector keep changing direction. 2. If the string breaks, th
Equity and Quality in Education
SUPPORTING DISADVANTAGED STUDENTS AND SCHOOLS
Equity and Quality
in Education
Across OECD countries, almost one in every five students does not reach a basic minimum level of skills.
In addition, students from disadvantaged
Problem of the Month
Through the Grapevine
The Problems of the Month (POM) are used in a variety of ways to promote
problemsolving and to foster the first standard of mathematical practice from the
Common Core State Standards: Make sense of proble
www.nationaljournal.com
The States With The Most Gun Laws See The
Fewest Gun-Related Deaths
But theres still little appetite to talk about more restrictions.
Libby Isenstein
@LIBBYISENSTEIN
August 28, 2015
As of the final days of August, the United State
AP Statistics Name K E y
Chapter 6 Test Review Date Per
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Answer each question thoroughly. Think though the concept or concepts that apply to the situation.
1)
4)
Experience has shown that a certain lie detector will show a positive reading (indicates
AP Statistics Fall 2012
Chapter 6 Test
Multiple Choice Questions: (only show work for the multiple choice questions with an asterisk *)
*1. People with type O-negative blood are universal donors. That is, any patient can receive a
transfusion of O-negativ
CHAPTER 4
Designing Studies
4.1
Samples and Surveys
The Practice of Statistics, 5th Edition
Starnes, Tabor, Yates, Moore
Bedford Freeman Worth Publishers
Samples and Surveys
Learning Objectives
After this section, you should be able to:
IDENTIFY the popu
Pre-test worksheet 5
AP Statistics
Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. A fair coin is tossed four times, and each time the coin lands heads up. If the coin is then tossed
1996 more times, how many
Name _
Chapter 5 Test Review
Date _
1. A randomly selected student is asked to respond Yes, No, or Maybe to the question Do you
intend to vote in the next presidential election? The sample space is cfw_ Yes, No, Maybe . Which
of the following represents a
Test 7B AP Statistics Name:
Directions: Work on these sheets.
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
A psychologist studied the number of puzzles subjects were able to solve in'a ve-minute period while
listening to
AP Statistics
Chapter 6 Multiple Choice Quiz
Name: _
1. In the town of Tower Hill, the number of cell phones in a household is a random variable W with the following distribution:
W
P(W)
0
0.1
1
0.1
2
0.25
3
0.3
4
0.2
5
0.05
The probability that a randoml
Chapter 7
1. A randomly chosen subject arrives for a study of exercise and fitness. Consider these statements.
I. After 10 minutes on an exercise bicycle, you ask the subject to rate his or her effort on the Rate of
Perceived Exertion (RPE) scale. RPE ran
Test 4C
AP Statistics
Name:
Part 1: Multiple Choice. Circle the letter corresponding to the best answer.
1. The Hemlock Woolly Adelgid is an insect that has accidentally been released in Eastern U.S.
forests from Asia. Since it has no natural enemies in t
AP Statistics
Chapter 5 Practice Test and Solutions 0910
Name:_
Period: _
Part 1: Multiple Choice4 points each (ANSWERS FOR MC QUESTIONS ARE AT
THE END OF THE MC SECTION)
1.
A public opinion poll in Ohio wants to determine whether or not registered voters
AP STATISTICS Practice Test Chp 5
Name:_
Here is the probability model for the blood type of a randomly chosen person in the United States:
Blood type
Probability
O
0.45
A
0.40
B
0.11
AB
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Questions 1, 2, and 3 use this information.
1.
The probability tha
AP Statistics
Chapter 5 Extra Practice
Name: _
1. An airline estimates that the probability that a random call to their reservation phone line result in a reservation being made is 0.31.
This can be expressed as P(call results in reservation) = 0.31. Assu