Forces and how they work
If Dog C were to apply a
Activity 2.2.2 Student Response Sheet
1. What do we call electrical messages that are sent down the axon of a neuron?
We call these action potential.
2. In one sentence, describe how the electricity in an action potential is generated.
Electricity in acti
Project 3.2.2: Student Resource Sheet
1. Oral cavity, pharynx, (must also include accessory organs such as salivary
glands, tongue, and teeth)
What is the oral cavity and what does it contain?
The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive tract and
Activity 3.1.1: Resources for Life
Ranking of Importance (From Most to Least Critical):
Resource #2: Water
Involved in the process of
We have two kidneys located on either side of the spine. Every
kidney contains up to a million nephrons. Nephrons have a filtering unit of
small blood vessels, which are called glomerulus attached to a tubule.
Blood will go into the glomerulus and
Chapter 38: Excretory System
We need food for energy. When we eat, cells convert the chemical energy
into the sugar glucose and other molecules into ATP (Adenosine
Triphosphate). The ATP stores this energy.
In order to measure the energy in food it has to
Review guide Electromagnetic spectrum and Quantum Quest
Try the questions first, answers are on the back! Check yourself and study the questions forward, backward and
around (if I ask you about radiowaves I could ask you about UV etc)!
1. What do we use r
1. Rationalize the following observations:
a. An aerosol can explodes if heated
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b. You can drink through a soda straw
1' Wm A VAchMw 4 1% SW ceermm. k aqu WW
c. A thin-walled can will collapse when the air
Specific Heat Capacity
Molar Heat Capacity
energy required to raise the temperature
one gram of a substanc
Atomic Structure and Periodicity
lowest possible energy
number of wave cycles per second
to build up
energy needed to remove an electron
Rules for Assigning Oxidation Numbers
A bookkeeping tool used to keep track of electrons
transferred in redox rxns.
Rules for determining oxidation numbers for elements and
1. The oxidation number of an atom in an uncombined
Average Atomic Mass
mass in grams of one mole of a substance
The ending subst
The ratio of moles of a component and the
moles in a mixture
accounts for the finite volumes and attractive
General Bonding Concepts
energy required to break a chemical bond
distance in a bond where the energy is minimun
ions containing the same
Types of Chemical Reactions and Solution Stoichiometry
The substance doing the dissolving
Used for accurate volumetric measurement
The substance being dissolved
NAME Daniel Swain
5 Written questions: (explain the significance of the following statements)
1. There is youth and prosperity
What happened at the end of the book ?
2. He is an absence, he is not there at al
Chapter 26: Exploring the
70 % Hydrogen
Section 1: The Sun
Energy From the Sun
sun gives off tremendous amounts
of energy in the form of electromagnetic
Evidence from various branches of
science eventually led scientis
Soleil Perez & Yadel Hernandez
Project 4.3.1: News Letter
What are LDL and HDL?
Often referred to as Bad Cholesterol & Good Cholesterol
LDL is a microscopic blob that's made up
HDL is the good cholesterol that
of an outer ri
The Cultural Landscape, 11e (Rubenstein)
Chapter 1 Basic Concepts
1) Which of the following statements is most correct regarding the origins of geography?
A) Geography was invented as a science in the late 18th century.
B) Physical geography has been stud