PHY2244 Midterm Exam Study
Multiple choice section
Know the difference between a scalar quantity and a vector quantity and be able to give
examples of each from the various physics concepts we have studied so far.
Be able to do simple calculations u
Newtons Third Law
Think and Explain
1) The photo shows Steve Hewitt and daughter Gretchen. Is Gretchen touching Dad, or is Dad
toughing her? Explain. Action the dad touches the daughter Reaction the daughter touches
the dad back
2) For each of the followi
Newtons Second Law
1) Distinguish between velocity and acceleration.
Velocity the speed of something in a given direction
Acceleration the rate of change in velocity
The difference between the two is that velocity tells you the direction, w
5) Distinguish between speed and velocity.
Speed The distance traveled per time. (distance covered/travel time)
Velocity The speed of an object and specification of its direction of motion
7) How can you be both at rest and also moving at
2)Cite an example where a force is exerted on an object without doing work on the object. Like when
you picked up the board in class, walked away, then back with it and put it back down.
9) how many joules of potential energy does a 1N bo
2)How can a supertanker have a huge momentum when it moves relatively slowly?
It has a huge momentum because its mass is so huge.
7)Why is it less damaging if you fall on mat than if you fall on a solid floor?
The time to come to a stop w
PHY2254 Final Exam Study Guide
Multiple choice section
Your midterm will consist of 100 multiple choice questions. Topics with which you should be familiar
include, but are not limited to:
Igneous rocks What are the two most common types of igneous rocks?
Unit 4 Classification
Phylum Porifera (sponges) (Leucoselenia) (Grantia)
Class Hydrozoa (Hydra) (Obelia) (Portuguese Man of War=Physalia)
Order Siphonophora (Physalia)
Class Scyphozoa (Jellyfish) (Aurelia)
Class Anthozoa (Corals
Human taxonomy is the classification of the species Homo sapiens
(Latin: "knowing man")
The female reproductive system (or female genital system) contains two main parts: the uterus, which
hosts the developing fetus, produces vaginal and uterine secretions, and can pass sperm through to the
Fallopian tubes; and the ovarie
1. Innate Immunity- Innate immunity refers to nonspecific defense mechanisms that come into play
immediately or within hours of an antigen's appearance in the body. These mechanisms include physical
barriers such as skin, chemicals in the blood, and immun
THE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
BY: LINDSEY BARBER
Human taxonomy is the classification of the species
Homo sapiens (Latin: "knowing man")
1. Doctors can use a pedigree analysis chart to show how genetic disorders are inherited in a family.
They can use this to work out the probability (chance) that someone in a family will inherit a
Sickle cell disease is cau
1. Define plasma cell.
Terminally differentiated B lymphocyte that secretes antibody.
2. What are the 5 isotypes of Ig?
IgG, IgM, IgD, IgA, and IgE
The heavy chains are different in all of these.
3. Define somatic recombination.
DNA recombination that occ
CH195L Study Guide for Final Exam
D-3 Heating and Cooling Behavior
1. Review phase changes and the two types of heat involved in reactions (temp. change vs.
2. How did the temperature behave as the lauric acid was heating from its solid for