A PPLIED P HYSICS 155
L ONG E XAM 1
D ATE OF RELEASE : 3 M ARCH 2016
This is a take-home exam. Your answers must be handed in by March 8, Tuesday, 5:30PM. Only two modes of
submission are acceptable: a) fully submitted in UVLe; or b) print out handed in c
-What is a Planet?
-Why We Search
-Search Techniques and What Have Been Found
What is a Planet?
When is an object considered a planet?
Write the Drake equation.
Explain how planets are detected using pulsar
Elements, Compounds & Mixtures Worksheet
Part 1: Read the following information on elements, compounds and
mixtures. Fill in the blanks where necessary.
A pure substance containing only one kind of _atom_.
An element is always uni
Getting To Know the Periodic Table
Objective: To be able to use the periodic table to identify and classify elements and to use the periodic table to predict the behavior of
Procedure: Follow these steps IN ORDER to correctly complete this activi
Essential Question: How do
atoms of the same element differ?
What is an Isotope?
Isotopes are atoms of the same element that
have the same number of protons but a different
number of neutrons.
All elements consist of naturally occurring
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Endothermic Reactions vs. Exothermic Reactions Worksheet
1. An ice cube melts
after being left out
on the table.
2. Cooking an egg in a
3. Burning a match.
4. The human body
uses the energy