AIM: To determine the resistance of an unknown resistor.
HYPOTHESIS: It is expected that the resistance of the resistor is 100.
1 Power supply
Wires with alligator clips
Lab 9: Uniform Motion Lab
To determine if its possible for a person to move with uniform motion.
1m Ticker Tape
Refer to handout.
Data and Results:
Sorting out the Elements
To determine the malleability, solubility, conductivity, state, color and lustre of
certain elements on the periodic table.
We think that all the metals are going to be conductive and malleable. We also
Motion of a Falling Object
To determine and study the motion the motion of a falling object by analyzing the graphs of
1 Spark timer
1.5 m of Ticker tape
Refer to handout
Exothermic and Endothermic Reactions
To determine whether heat is absorbed, released or unchanged in a series of physical and
After adding the second substance the temperature goes up, its an exothermic reaction. If
Electrolysis of Water Lab
To determine the ratio in which elements form water.
Passing electricity through water will split water into Oxygen and Hydrogen. By adding Sulfuric
Acid to the water it will speed up the reaction because its
Newtons Second Law
To determine how an increase in the magnitude of the unbalanced
force affects the acceleration if the mass is kept constant.
To determine how an increase in the mass of an object affects the
acceleration if the unbalanced force i
AIM: To determine the energy used by series and parallel circuit components.
HYPOTHESIS: It is expected that parallel circuits uses more energy than a series
4 Alligator wires
2 100 resistors
ammeter with 2 wires
AND SALTS LAB
Aim/purpose: The purpose of this lab is to determine the characteristic
properties of acids, bases and salts and to identify household substances as
acids, bases and salts on these properties.
Hypothesis: It is expected that the
Dissociation of water
Aim/Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to determine the ratio in
which elements combine to form water.
Hypothesis: It is expected that there is twice as much hydrogen than there is
oxygen in water (H20). Ther
Psych (lecture 4)
o Promoting romantic behaviours- reward successes, or shape
o Design your program
o A primer
What is memory
o Cornerstone of cognition
o Required for most higher-order functions
Psych (lecture 1)
o About behaviour, not thoughts
What is learning?
o Process by which experience produces a relatively enduring change in behaviour or
capabilities (knowing how)
How do we learn?
o Initially guided by 2 perspectives
Psych (lecture 2)
Classical conditioning influences therapies
o Extinction- for phobias
o Gradual- systematic desensitization
o Non gradual- flooding, real events, implosion, imagine events
Phases in classical conditioning
Psych (week 10)
What is it?
o How actual, imagined or implied presence of others influences our feelings thoughts and
Previously we have explored
o Biological bases for behaviours
o Cognitive development
Psych (week 9)
o Most skills follow stage-like sequences
Age of acquiring skill varies
Sequence does not
Some have U-shaped function
Stepping reflex (Moro)
Motor development timelines
o 2-4 months
Psych (week 7)
Nature vs. Nurture
o Intelligence tests sit at the seat of many political debates
High SES do better on IQ tests, why?
Some argue heredity and other environment
o Behavioural genetics: a field of research that investigates the relative ef
Psych (week 5)
About phonemic chart
o International one- complex at least 107 single letter sounds plus extensions
o English X = /ks/ or/gz/
o Different forms/languages
o Bonobo Chimpanzee
o 1980 born, 500 words-lexigrams
Psych (week 6)
o War and radiation
Break a window
o Stop car from rolling
o Making the choice
Rationale- not usually
Psych (week 8)
Sexual motivation- sexual drive
o Psychological factors
Increases motivation/ desire
Increases sex drive
Sexual activity increases this
Sex and the
D.3.4 Describe the major anatomical features that define humans as primates
Primates and humans have similar hand structure which is very different from that of other
1. Due to long and thin fingers, the ability to grasp
Biology Evolution D1.4-1.8
There are three main settings which scientists speculate would have allowed the synthesis of
Underwater vents act a
The Effects of Enzyme Concentration on the Rate of Reaction
Enzymes catalyze all of the biochemical reactions that run cells and keep them alive. Enzymes
work by speeding up the rate of a reaction without being used themselves. They are protei
Patel, Sharma 1
Nirmal Patel, Tanmay Sharma
D.3 Human Evolution (Pg 432-435)
Group 8 Assessment Statements:
D.3.1 Outline the method for dating rocks and
fossils using radioisotopes, with references to 14C and 40K.
Antibiotics Medication used for the treatment and prevention of bacterial infection.
Gene Pool All the alleles present in a species.
Genetic Variation Variations of genomes between members of species or between