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Physics Quiz #2 Review Worksheet
TWirections
a) First go through the entire worksheet without looking at your notes and attempt each problem. If you dont know the answer or
are unsure with your answer circle the problem
b) Go through the wor
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Direction - a position to which, motion or another position is referred.
Motion Change in position.- -
Position a conditiOn with reference to place or location.
Speed- rate of change of an object 3 position; '
Constant Spe
Science 30 Definitions
MacrophagesB CellsHelper T CellsSuppressor T-CellsPlasmaHemoglobin- a red protein responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood of vertebrates. Its molecule
comprises four subunits, each containing an iron atom bound to a heme gr
King Lear Quotes
Act I
1.Paraphrase- Which of my daughters will tell me and show me how much
they love me so that they can receive my land.
Speaker- Lear
importance- This is the beginning problem in the story, and from here on it
is a domino effect. This
Unit A Biology
Unit A Introduction
Maintaining Health
The average human body circulates about five litres of blood through the pumping action of the
heart
The blood delivers nutrients and oxygen to body cells, and takes away any waste they produce
The cir
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King Lear Questions
Act 1 Scene 1:
1. Gloucester and Kent are talking about King Lear's decision to split the
kingdom into different parts. u
2. Gloucester has a son named Edmund and King Lear has 3 daughters
named Goneril Cordelia and Regan.
3. Lear plan
Term
Definition
aorta
the largest artery in the body
that carries OXYGENATED
blood away from the heart
artery
a thick-walled blood vessel that
carries blood away from the
heart
atrium
top two chambers of heart
(plural: atria)
coronar
the arteries that car
Mensuration
1986 FI5.4
The base of a pyramid is a triangle with sides 3 cm, 4 cm and 5 cm. If the height
and volume of the pyramid are q cm and 12 cm3 respectively, find q.
1987 FI2.1
The volume of a sphere with radius r is 36, find r.
1989 FG9.2
A cuboid
sin x + cos x = 0.2
1992 HI20 1995 HI5
If sin x cos x
1
and 0 x , find tan x.
5
1993 HG10
If 0 90 and cos sin =
5
, find the value of cos + sin .
3
2007 HI7
Given that sin cos =
1
and 0 < < 180. If tan = B, find the value of B.
5
2007 FI1.4
If cos x + si
Arc and Sector
1983 FI4.4
A wire of c cm is bent to form a sector of radius 1 cm.
What is the angle of the sector in degrees (correct to the
B
nearest degree)?
3 cm
C
O 1 cm
1986 FI1.1
The given figure shows a circle of radius 18 cm, centre O.
If AOB =
an
Area same height different bases
A
1985 FI4.3
In Figure 2, BD = 5, DE 4, EC 3. If the area of
AEC is 24 and the area of ABC is c, find c.
(Figure 2) B
1986 FG10.2
The medians AL, BM, CN of ABC meet at G.
If the area of ABC is 54 cm2 and the area of
ANG is
0.5ah
1983 FG7.2
In the figure shown, ACDE is a square and
AC = BC, ACB = 90. Find the area of
ABC if the area of ACDE is 10 cm2.
A
E
If sin =
B
1984 FG10.1
C
If A is the area of a square inscribed in a circle of diameter 10, find A.
1985 FSG.4
If A is th
0.5absinC
1984 FI4.4
The area of an equilateral triangle is 4 3 cm2. If its perimeter is d cm, find d.
1985 FSI.4
1997 FI3.3
The perimeter and the area of an equilateral triangle are 12 cm and 3R cm2
respectively. Find R.
1999 HI2
The length of a side of
Cosine rule
1992 FG9.2
ABCDEF is a regular hexagon and AB 6 cm, AC y 3 cm, find y.
1994 HG7
The base of a triangle is 80 cm and one of the base angles is 60. The sum of the
lengths of the other two sides is 90 cm. The length of the shortest side of this
t
Compounded angles
1994 FG10.3
It is given that sin 2 = 2 sin cos .
sin 20 cos 20 cos 40 cos 60 cos 80
Find c, if c =
.
sin 160
1994 FG10.4
tan A tan B
. Find d, if
It is given that tan(A + B) =
1 tan A tan B
d = (1 + tan 21)(1 + tan 22)(1 + tan 23)(1 +
3D
1992 FG6
As shown in the figure, ABC and XYZ are
equilateral triangles and are ends of a right prism.
P is the mid-point of BY and BP 3 cm, XY 4 cm.
CP
G6.1 If a =
, find a.
PX
G6.2 If CX = b cm, find b.
X
Y
P
Z
A
c
, find c.
5
C
B
2 d
, find d.
G6.4 I
Max. and min. of trigo. expression
1989 FG8.1
If y is the greatest value of
14
, find y.
5 3 sin
1990 FI1.3
If c is the greatest value of
20
, find c.
4 2 cos
1992 HI4
x is an acute angle satisfying
1
1
cos x 5 cos x 2 . Determine the largest
2
2
possib
CELLS: Structure and Function Chapter 7
REVIEW SHEET for Cytologists in BIOLOGY
Alexa Clarke
1. What were the contributions of the following: von
Leeuwenhoek, Hooke, Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow?
von Leewenhoek: "the Father of Microbiology", and consid
Title:
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Introduction
The objective of doing this experiment is study how the spacing between each domino will play an
effect on the total speed. In this experiment we believe that the farer apart each domino is from the
next will
Lab 6 Conclusion:
The goal of this lab report was to compare the force versus time and acceleration
versus time graphs obtained in the experiment and apply these graphs to determine
the relationship between force, mas
Mr. Kerwin Honors Physics
Experiment
Work & Energy
9
Work is a measure of energy transfer. In the absence of friction, when positive work is done on
an object, there will be an increase in its kinetic or potential energy. In order to do work on an
object,
Title: The Clocks Have Sprung Forward.It's Spring! [Lab 11]
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Introduction [10 points]
In everyday life, people observe the marvels of physics; yet do not even realize the science
behind everyday actions. For example, the swinging of
Mr. Kerwin Honors Physics
Lab 8 Do Some Work & Discover Your Power!
Objective:
To 1) determine the work you do and 2) the power you employ as you a) climb a flight of stairs and
b) pump some iron.
Materials:
Meter stick, stopwatch, flight of stairs, 1 kil
Title:
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Introduction
The objective of doing this experiment is study how the spacing between each domino will play
an effect on the total speed. In this experiment we believe that the farer apart each domino is
from the next will
Mr. Kerwin Honors Physics
Experiment
Momentum, Energy, & Collisions
10
The collision of two carts on a track can be described in terms of momentum conservation and,
in some cases, energy conservation. If there is no net external force experienced by the s
Title: Picket Fence Free Fall
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Analysis:
Trial 1
Trial 2
Trial 3
Trial 4
Trial 5
Trial 6
Analysis Questions:
1. From your six trials, determine the m