Final Test Into the Wild
AC. Leo Tolstoy
Unit 16 Study Guide
Which of the following statements concerning
equilibrium is not true?
A) A system that is disturbed from an equilibrium
condition responds in a manner to restore
B) Equilibrium in molecular systems is dynamic,
Unit 8 Study Guide
Which of the following statements is incorrect?
A) Ionic bonding results from the transfer of
electrons from one atom to another.
B) Dipole moments result from the unequal
distribution of electrons in a molecule.
C) The electrons in
Unit 5 Study Guide - Corley
Systems Of Equations
DO NOT MARK ON STUDY GUIDE
Write the entire question and show your work on your own paper.
For Questions 1 and 2, determine how many solutions exist for each
system of equations. Choose from the foll
& Basic Economic Principles
Please fill in the blanks:
Tradin this for that, call it tit for tat
We all face _ and thats a fact because
Everything is in finite _.
Thats the reason why w
Section 3.3 Displacement, velocity and acceleration in two D.
Same definitions, use vectors to solve for a resultant.
Example: A hiker travels 5 miles north and 8 miles south and then 4 miles west. Find final displacement.
Example: Draw the resultant of v
Read Joseph R. Grodins On Amending and Revising the Constitution: The Issues
behind the Challenge to Proposition 8. Do not be distracted by the historical
lessons on Californias Constitution in the middle. Based on your understanding of
Political Party Responses
On a separate sheet of paper answer all aspects of the following questions that apply.
Fully explain your position and make sure to be detailed. Treat each question as a
1. Yesterday we went through the history o
PHYSICS HONORS CHAPTER 2 SUPPLEMENTARY PROBLEMS
A. An indestructible bullet 2.00cm long is fired straight through a board that is
10.0cm thick. The bullet strikes the board with a speed of 420m/s and emerges
with a speed of 280m/s.
1. What is the average
Physics Test review Chapter 3
Vectors versus Scalars
Properties of vectors: Can be moved horizontal, can be subtracted (add the opposite
direction), head to tail
Q 1: +,+ No adjustment necessary
Q2: -, + Typically subtract from 180
Tickertape Lab Name_
Secure a piece of tape to represent the following: Answer all questions.
WHAT EVIDENCE DO YOU HAVE THAT SHOWS YOU ARE STOPPED?
VELOCITY IS _
ACCELERATION IS _
WHAT EVIDENCE DO YOU HAVE THAT SHOWS YOU ARE
Physics honors vector practice.
First draw a rough picture of the vector addition or subtraction you must do. Write down
what you expect the answer to be near. Then perform the work algebraically.
1. The military convoy traveled 1120km 30 degrees west of
After firing a cannon ball a cannon moves in opposite direction from the ball. This an example of
A. Newtons First law
D. Newtons Law of Gravitation
B. Newtons Second Law
C. Newtons Third Law
E. None of the above
In the absence of an external force
PHYSICS CHAPTER 4 PROBLEMS
DRAW FREE BODY DIAGRAMS FOR EACH PROBLEM AND SOLVE!
ALL PROBLEMS HAVE NO FRICTION.
1. Michael pushes with a 230N force horizontally a 48 kg cart. What is the acceleration?
2. Nikki pulls a 23kg sled across frictionless snow on a
PRECISION AND ACCURACY
Which set of data shows precision? Accuracy? Precision and accuracy? True value is
3.2, 3.3, 3.1
3.142, 3.139, 3.135
3.130, 3.128, 3.125
A value is read on three different instruments, which instrument is more precise?
How did the town greet Krebs upon his coming home from the war?
Why did Krebs decide to go away after his conversation with his mother?
He heard of a good job in Kansas City and w
Test - Of Mice and Men
Sherrill/ English 3/ 2010
True / False -Darken A for a true statement, and B for a false statement.
1 This novel is set in Texas
2 George threatens to send Lennie away to live in a cave if he gets into any more trouble.
3 The Bos
B. Huckleberry Finn
D. Sally Phelps
E. Silas Phelps
AB. The Duke
AC. The King
AD. Tom Sawyer
AE. Colonel Sherburn
BD. Mary Jane
BE. Peter Wilkes
CD. Widow Douglas
DE. Dr. Robinson
A. The Grangerfords
B. Judge Thatcher
C. Mrs Loftus
The Great Gatsby - Final Test
I. Match items below to the description. Each one may be used more than one time.
A. Nick Carraway
B. Daisy Buchanan
C. Tom Buchanan
D. Jordan Baker
E. Jay Gatsby
AB. George Wilson
AC. Myrtle Wilson
AD. Meyer Wolfsheim
LAB 1 HORIZONTAL FORCES WITH FRICTION
1. Horizontal forces
Find weight of block plus 1.0 to 2.0kg Fg =
Find Normal force FN=
Pull with spring scale until the block just starts to move FA=
Find frictional force and then find coefficient of st
Free Fall Practice Problems:
Pg. 47 (#16)
A ball is thrown straight upward and moves in free fall. Choose a
coordinate system with its origin at the release point of the ball and the
positive direction upward.
a) What is the sign of the velocity of the ba
Your task is to use similar triangles and trigonometric ratios to determine the height of a flagpole
and the angle of the sun. These findings will be presented in individual lab reports.
1.) Predict how high you think the flagpole
FEDERALIST No. 51
The Structure of the Government Must Furnish the Proper Checks
and Balances Between the Different Departments
From the New York Packet. Friday, February 8, 1788.
HAMILTON OR MADISON
To the People of the State of New York:
TO WHAT expedie
FEDERALIST No. 10
The Same Subject Continued
(The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and
From the New York Packet.
Friday, November 23, 1787.
To the People of the State of New York:
AMONG the numerous advantages promised b
DISCOVERING NEWTONS LAWS
Objectives: Explore the factors that cause a change in motion of an object.
Determine the effect of mass on an objects acceleration.
Investigate the acceleration of two objects acting on one another.
AP Government Review Guide
Chapter 9: Nominations and Campaigns
Directions: Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper. The review guide and flashcards are due on the day of the
Objective 1: Explain the nomination process an