Science and You Worksheet
Read the examples and answer the questions.
Remember to put each situation to the validity test by asking each of the following:
Has it been tested and observed numerous times by more than one group of scie
1. Explain what it means when we say a substance is magnetic.
A magnetic substance has magnetic fields. These fields start at the North
Pole wrap around the magnet, and terminate at the South Pole of the
Part one: The Lab
1. You will be helping Galileo perform the experiment to determine if objects with
different mass fall at the same, or different, rates in the air and in a vacuum.
Before you conduct your experiment, you need to form a hyp
Part 1: Answer the following questions (20 points)
1. Name and describe the components needed to make a complete circuit.
To complete the circuit it will be needed a power source, which will be a
battery. A light bulb will
1- Recognize and differentiate that matter is made of particles in
constant motion (solid, liquid, gas, and plasma)
04.06 The Periodic Table of
the name of the element, including an explanation
for the origin of its name if that origin is known
The name of the element is Gold.
The word Gold comes from Latin, like many other elements in the
In complete sentences, answer each question. Each question is worth 6 points, for a total
assignment point value of 60 points.
1. What technology or research is involved with this career?
Research and Apply Project Worksheet
Select one type of fossil fuel (Coal, Petroleum or Natural Gas) and one type of renewable
energy resource (Solar power, Wind power, Hydropower, Geothermal power, or Biomass).
Research and record the information in the
Fossil Fuels, for example coal (a solid fossil fuel) is essential for our lives because it generates
electricity, leading to our basic day activities, such as transportation, heating, cooking,
communicating, and using Smart phones, comput
Amusement Park first option
A great place to see Newtons laws of motion is at an Amusement Park. A rollercoaster, for
example, can demonstrate the First Law of Motion because in order to stop the coaster, an
opposite force is required. At t
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First assessment 2016
Nature of science
The Nature of science (NOS) is an overarching theme in the biology, chemistry and physics courses. This
section, titled Nature of science, is in the biology, chemistry and physics guides
HL Atomic Structure 19 min
What is the electron configuration for an atom with Z = 22?
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 4s 4p
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 3d 4p
1s 2s 2p 3s 3p 4s 3d
What is the total nu
Study guide for periodic table trends.
A. By referring to electron arrangements and using information from Table 8 of the Data
booklet, explain the difference in radius for each of the following pairs:
Na and Na+
Na+ and F-.
B. By referring to
Classify each of the following oxides as acidic, basic or amphoteric.
Write an equation for each reaction between water and
5.3 Bond Enthalpies
1. What energy changes occur when chemical bonds are formed and broken?
a. Energy is absorbed when bonds are formed and when they are broken.
b. Energy is released when bonds are formed and when they are broken.
c. Energy is absorbed w
TED02 E3&E4 IB Review
ECA Topic E
The concentration of ozone in the upper atmosphere is maintained by the following reactions.
O2 + O O3
O3 O2 + O
The presence of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) in the upper atmosp
HL Chemistry Senior
1st six week , Semester I
1st Test 50 points
You can use data booklet. Write your answers in the space provide. Use additional sheets as
needed. Use blue or black ink only.
The concentration of oz