Physical Science Worksheet- Chp.4/5
1. The thermometer reads 31 degrees Celsius. Will you need a winter coat? (show
(31C) + 32C
TF = 87.8F
2. The normal human body temperature is usually taken as 98.6 degrees F. What is
Chapter 4 Test:
1. The amount of heat necessary to change the temperature of 1 kg of a substance 1C is the
2. Which of the following temperature scales has the smallest unit interval?
3. One Kelvin unit is equivalent to 9
1. Calculate the percentage composition of oxygen found in a molecule of CaCO3.
2. The substances that are formed by a chemical reaction are called the
3. How many atoms are in 1.00 mol of Mg?
4. The equation
Chapter 1 Test
1. Which of the following is not a standard metric unit?
2. The metric prefix that means one thousand (1000) is
3. In the SI, m is the symbol for
4. The speed of light in a vacuum is 300,000,000 m/s.
Chapter 8 Test:
1. The horizontal rows of elements in the periodic table are called periods.
2. Aluminum is an example of an element.
3. Which of the following is the shell electron configuration for sulfur?
4. Which of the following is the
Chapter 2 Test:
1. Which of the following is a possible unit of acceleration?
2. If an unbalanced force of 7 N force acts on a 6-kg object, what is its acceleration?
Answer: 1.2 m/s2
Shown Work: 7N/6kg =1.2
3. If the Sun is a distance of 1.5
Physical Science Worksheet - Chapter 3
Perform the following calculations. Submit an e-mail to your instructor, with your
answer and equations used (where appropriate).
1. A surface has an area of 365m2. What is this area in km2?
Answer: 3.65*10-4 km2
Chapter 5 Test:
1. Sound is a longitudinal wave.
2. For a longitudinal mechanical wave, the particle motion is parallel to the direction of the wave
3. The bending of a wave front at boundaries is termed refraction.
4. Which of the following cha
Chapter 9 Test:
1. A pair of electrons shared by two atoms forms
Answer: single covalent bond
2. What element is best described by the following electron
3. Which one below is considered to be a common polyato
Chapter 3 Test:
1. A joule per second (J/s) is a Wat
2. Energy provided directly from Earths interior is called geothermal energy
3. A 1.0 hp electric motor runs for 10 hours. How much energy is consumed in kilowats hours?
Answer: 7.5 kWh
4. A surface has
By James Evans
Chapter 1 Worksheet!
1.7 liters x (1000 ml/1 liter) = 1700 ml!
1.7g x (1000mg/1g) = 1700 mg 1.7g x (1kg/1000g) = 0.0017 kg!
100 yd x (3ft/1yd) x (30.5cm/1ft) = 9150cm x (1m/100cm) = 91.5m!
a. g/(g/moles) = g x (moles/g) = mo
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Chapter 3 Worksheet!
1. 365m^2 x (1km/1000m) = .365km^2!
2. 6.6x10^21 tons x (2000 lbs/1 ton) x (0.4535kg/1 lb) = 5.9862 x 10^24!
3. At 40 m/s, the KE would be four times that of 20 m/s, making it take much more time
to stop the vehicle
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Chapter 3 Bonus!
1. w=5kg x 9.8 m/s^2 = 49 N W=Fd 30cm = .3m W=(49N)(.3m) W = 14.7 J!
2. 1 hp = 746 W 250/756W = .3307 hp 230hp x 756W = 173,880 W!
3. GPE=mgh GPE=m(9.8m/s^2)(20ft)=196m!
a. Half of the height, because that is the only