AP Environmental Science | Graded Assignment | Lab Report: Population Growth and Ecological Footprints
Name: Elizabeth ODell
Date: September 15th, 2016
Lab Report: Population Growth and Ecological Footprints
After reading the following e
ESSENTIAL UNIT GUIDING QUESTION
How do I evaluate the credibility of sources and determine which sources to use for a task?
LESSON GUIDING QUESTION
What factors help me evaluate the credibility of sources?
In this activity, students first
1. How would you relate the Lotus Eaters to people in real life and why?
Today in the modern world the people that resemble the lotus eaters would be drug addicts or drug mules
because at first they appear to be nice offering a drug that make you seem "co
Thin films explains the phenomenon of seeing colors reflected from soap bubbles or a
film of oil on water. This color result from the constructive interference between light reflected
from two surfaces of a thin film.(see picture) The rays come
Honors Lab Physics- Lab Report
The goal of this lab is to demonstrate the wave nature of sound by measuring the
wavelength and frequency f of a sound and then show that the product of the this frequency and
wavelength is equal to the speed of t
Honors Lab Physics- Lab Report
a. to develop and verify Hooke's Law for springs - The amount that a spring stretches or
compresses is directly proportional to the magnitude of the applied force.
b. to demonstrate the Law of Energy Conservation
Double Slit Phenomenon
Thomas Youngs double slit experiment provides the evidence for the wave nature of
light and even allows us to measure the wavelengths for visible light. It also gives us the double
A double slit is made up of two si
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cosine). Each one has a parent graph with an x-axis of radians and a y-axis of amplitude
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New Jersey State Driving Exam
Locating instruments, controls, and devices
Sit in the drivers seat of a parked car with a licensed adult. Have the adult read each item listed below
while you locate it. Continue until you locate all the items and check off the boxes as you find th
Marking Period Grade-is equal to 4/5
10%- Class participation- in class assignmentsvideo quizzes
10%- Homework assignments/articles
20%- Final exam
Final Exam Grade- is equal to 1/5 of final g
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Sophomores! Design a flag/banner that conveys a
positive message about teen driver safety. The best
design from each school will earn the designer a
guaranteed parking spot their senior year. The Board
of Education will select a wi
Driver Observation Worksheet
For one week, observe the driving habits of your parents and other drivers.
Also, observe your surroundings while traveling with your parents from
place to place. Fill in the blanks as you observe the following.
Driver Education Project Ideas
All reports must be typed and at least one full page. Points will be
deducted for projects that are late.
Project due date_
1) Visit the nearest motor vehicle agency or inspection station and find
out what items are inspecte
Understanding the Ozone Hole PowerPoint FollowSheet
1. How many atoms of oxygen does Ozone have?
2. If Ozone is in the _,
it is considered to be a pollutant.
3. Ozone is (thinnest, denser) at the poles and
(thinnest, denser) at the Equator.
Name: _ Class: _ Date: _
Modern Marvels The Hoover Dam
1. List the four reasons given why the Hoover Dam was built:
2. What river does the Hoover Dam control?
3. Mark the location of the Hoover Dam on the map below. Label each state that the r
Environmental Science Final Exam Review Sheet
The final exam will be based upon the information contained in chapters 11-19 of your text book.
Name: _ Period: _ Date: _
Environmental Science Study Guide
Climate Change and Global Warming
Understand and be able to apply each of these terms.
6. Greenhouse effect
Types of Reactions
A.) Alkai Metals-very controlled amount of oxygen
4 M + O 2 2 M 2O
B.) Alkaline Earth Metals
MCO 3 D MO + CO 2
M(OH ) 2 D MO + H 2O
M2O + H2O 2 MOH
MO + H2O M(OH)2
M2O + 2 HCl 2 MCl + H2O