S2 Exam Review
Your exam will consist of sections in:
Units of Measurement
Law of Conservation of
1. In terms of impulse and
Lab: Momentum and Collisions
Play with the Sims Physics Motion Collision Lab
When objects move, they have momentum. Momentum, p, is the
product of an object
Heats of Fusion and Condensation
Purpose: To measure the heat of fusion of ice and the heat of condensation of steam
What happens to the temperature of a system as the system undergoes a change of state?
Work, Power and Strength
Power is often associated with mechanical engines, or electrical motors. Many other devices
also produce power. Light bulbs dissipate power in order to provide light. The human body
converts stored energy in foo
Most atoms have several different varieties called isotopes. The isotopes of a particular
atom all have the SAME number of protons but each has a different number of neutrons and
thus a different atomic mass. Chlorine, for inst
A 1000 kg car moving at 20 m/s sees a wreck up ahead. What is the braking force
required to bring the car to a stop in 10 s?
2. A 1 kg dart moving at 10 m/s strikes and sticks to a wood block with a mass of 9 kg,
Ch.9 Review- Energy
*Know your vocabulary *Know your units *Know your simple machines
1. Renatta Gass is out with her friends. Misfortune occurs and Renatta and her friends
find themselves getting a workout. They apply a cumulative forc
What is the title of your experiment?
Matchbox Car Distance
Write the purpose of your experiment. (Brief one or two sentence explanation on
what you are investigating).
The purpose is to see the distance cars trave
1st Semester Exam Review
This exam will be very straight forward. Either you know the material, or you dont. To be successful you
should do three things:
2- Demonstrate an understanding of the terms and vocab.
3- Work problems,
Acceleration and Velocity II
MoNique & Kyla
1. Suppose a car moving in a straight line steadily increases its speed each second, first
from 35 to 4
Scientific Method- Mythbusters Style
1. What warnings do they give to viewers at the beginning of the show?
Dont try anything you see at home
2. What myth or legend are they investigating? Pick one if there are more
than one in the cli
c = 3.0
E = h
1. How are frequency and wavelength related?
2. How are energy and frequency related?
3. What is the wavelength of radiation with a frequency of 1.5 X 1013 Hz
Webquest Review: Forces
#1: Types of Forces
Learn about different types of forces.
Read the first section to see how contact and non-contact forces differ.
Scroll down to the table to access descriptions of each type of contact force. Y