Evolution Unit Test
Know your Scientists and their contributions
Cuvier and Lamarck
Wallace and Lyell
Hutton and Linnaeus
Miller and Urey
Oparin & Haldane
Darwin and Wallace's theory of evolution by natural
selection was revolutionary bec
Analyzing Works of Art
When analyzing works of art, students must think critically about form,
content, context, and function.
From the AP Art History Course and Exam Description:
1. Form describes component materials and how they are employed to create
Waves Research I
1. What is the difference between Linear Motion and Harmonic Motion?
Give an example of Linear MotionGive an example of Harmonic Motion2. In Harmonic Motion, what is a Cycle?
Give an example of a CycleNow
Waves Research II
1. In Harmonic Motion, what is Amplitude?
Draw examples of small and large amplitudes-
2. Why do most systems lose amplitude over time?
Why does the amplitude get smaller and smaller, usually?
3. How are Posi
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Work Lab: What Is Work?
How do you define work? Some would say that it means sweat and a high heart rate. Others might suggest that
work is something that makes your brain hurt. Work, in physics, is a form of energy you ei
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Wave, Sound and Light Vocabulary
Match the term below to complete the sentences.
harmonic motion hertz
natural frequency oscillator
Properties of Waves using the Wave on a string simulation
Author: Jackie Esler
1. A wave is created on this string by moving the wrench up and down.
A. What would change if the wave had a higher frequency? _
B. What would change
Bill Nye Wave Video Quiz
Blowin in the Wind - the Anemometer Challenge
Meteorologists use anemometers to measure wind speed in one area. With this
data, they can determine how quickly a storm, or weather system, will travel to
Delo Physical Science
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Properties of Stars: The H-R Diagram
The Hertzsprung-Russell diagram, or H-R diagram, is a graph in which a stars temperature is
plotted against its absolute magnitude. From such a diagram, other informatio
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Chapter 20 - Electricity Reading Guide I
Positive and Negative Charge
1. What is Electricity?
2. What are the two charges of electricity? _ and _
3. How do opposite charges interact? _
4. How do two positive charges intera
Electrician _ Date _ Hour
Fundamentals of Electricity Virtual Lab
then click on Fundamentals of Electricity *not the Podcast*
1. What is all matter
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Chapter 20 - Electricity Reading Guide II
20.2 Electric Currents
1. What is Electric Current?
2. Why can electricity be so dangerous?
3. What is an Electric Circuit?
4. Give some examples of Electric Circ
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Physical Science: Review for Final Exam 2nd Semester
WORK AND ENERGY
1. What happens to the energy that
an engine loses because it is inefficient?
2. What forms of energy will electrical
energy be converted to i
Electromagnetic Waves HW #3
1. Put the following electromagnetic waves in order of increasing wavelength:
ultraviolet, radio, infrared, microwave
2. Put the following e
FINDING THE RESISTANCE MARKED ON THE RESISTOR
The colored bands on a resistor tell its level of resistance.
Each color represents a different digit. The sketch below shows what digit
goes with each color. Sometimes the resistor must be measured to
The slope of the tangent on a position-time graph equals the
The area under the curve on a velocity-time graph equals the:
An object moves back and forth, as shown in the position-time graph. At which points is the velocit
PHYSICS FINAL EXAM REVIEW, 2
UNIT 5 Periodic Motion
State that uniform circular motion involves acceleration without a change in speed.
Identify the force(s) acting on objects moving with uniform circular
Work is useful; work is what we want to do.
Force and distance must be in the same direction.
Energy is the capacity to do work. We only care about energy because
it allows us to do work.
Mechanical energy includes Gravitational Potentia
State that uniform circular motion involves acceleration
without a change in speed.
A car drives in a circle at a constant speed. Is the car accelerating?
Identify the force(s) acting on objects moving with uniform
Explain instances of energy transfer by waves in everyday
activities (eg., how you hear a distant sound).
Know instances of energy transferred by waves and not by particles.
Describe specific mechanical w
Predict how the electric force between charged objects varies
when the distance between them and/or the magnitude of
How is the electric force between two charged particles changed if the
charge on one of the particle
Propose a mechanism based on electric forces to explain
current flow in an electric circuit
The excess electrons on the negative side of a battery repel each other.
This causes electrons to move from the negative side of a battery t
Explain how the interaction of electric and magnetic forces is
the basis for electric motors, generators, and the production
of electromagnetic waves.
How do generators produce electricity?
At the most fundamental level, how ar
PHYSICS OBJECTIVES FOR FINAL EXAM, 1st Sem.
UNIT 1 Motion
Calculate the average speed of an
object using the change of position and
Represent the velocities for linear and