1.21 Student Design Lab
Air Resistance v. Projectiles
Hypothesis:
As air resistance increases, the range, height, and time it takes for a projectile that is launched in
the shape of a parabola decreases.
Introduction
When shooting an object from a cannon,

Semester 2 Equation Sheet
Equations:
L
Lo
Y
F=1.8C + 32
K=C +273
L= L O T
P1
T1
F
Acs
Strain
Module 4:
Constants:
g 9.8 m/s2
Stress
Honors :
Q W
U
P2
T2
P1V1
Q
Q
mc T
mH v
V1
T1
Q
mH f
P1V1
T1
1
KE= mv 2
2
GPE=mgh
GPE=Wh
Weight = mg
Work = Fd
Work = F( co

List of Physical Constants:
Name
Gravitational
Constant
Acceleration
due to
gravity
Speed of
light in a
vacuum
Speed of
sound at
STP
Mass
Energy
relationship
Mass of
Earth
Mass of
Moon
Mean radius
of Earth
Mean radius
of Moon
Mean
distance
Earth
Moon
El

Module 7 Test Review Sheet
1. Define :
Element
(size, charge, location)
Atom
Proton, neutron, electron
Nucleon
Z number
A number
Isotope
Hadron
Compton Effect
Wave Interference
Binding Energy
Positron
Photoelectric Effect
Photon
Mass Defect
Nuclear Fissio

Chapter 1 Exam
-Please note the number in parenthesis after the question refers to the lesson it can be found in.
1. Physics has 8 fundamental (base) quantities; in Module One three of the fundamental quantities
have been introduced. In physics the measur

Mod 6 Test Review and Sem 2 Exam C Review
1. Define:
Converging lens
Diverging lens
focal length
angle of reflection
angle of refraction
angle of incidence
polarization
Dispersion
Interference
Reflection
2. As a pendulum swings describe how the kinetic an

Mod 4 Test Review
1. Define:
Temperature
Heat
Equilibrium Temperature
Kinetic Energy
Potential Energy
Work
Power
Specific Heat
Latent heat of fusion
Latent heat of vaporization
2. Convert 98 Degrees Fahrenheit to Celsius
3. Convert 22 Degrees Celsius into

Mod 5 Test Review and Sem 2 Exam B Review
1. Define:
Kirchoffs First Rule, or Junction Theorem
Coulombs Law
Insulator
Conductor
Electric field, concepted developed by?
capacitance
2. What force is exerted on a test charge of 0.00035 C, if it is placed in

Module 3 Exam Review:
-Please note the numbers in parenthesis are the lesson in which the answer can be found
1. What do we call the combination of all forces that act on an object? (3.01)
2. If you go to the Moon explain what happens to your mass and wei

Module 2 Exam Review
-Please note the number in parenthesis is the lesson the answer can be found in./
1. What is the study of motion called? (2.00)
2. All motion is relative to what? (2.01)
3. Define instantaneous and average speed and give examples. (2.

3. U N I RM CI
20
FO
RCU LAR
M O TI N PRO J
O
ECT
W hat i U nior Cicul
s
f m
r ar
M oton?
i
Uniform Circular
Motion, or UCM, is
the motion of an
object traveling at
a constant speed
on a circular path (
www.physics.ohio-s
tate.edu
).
Cicum f ence
r
er
I

1.18 M&M Lab
Purpose: To practice direct and indirect measurement
Introduction: Do you think you could measure the average
thickness of a sample of M&Ms without directly measuring selected
M&Ms? The answer is "yes," and in this activity you will make dire