1. Which episode did you watch
I watched the Mythssion Control episode.
2. Which myths were tested in this episode?
The following myths were tested:
Myth #1: Smashing two semis
Unit Test 1
*In order to receive full credit on a problem, you must show all your work,
and include units in your answer. Make sure to read carefully and thorough
Circular Motion Problems
1. A kid is playing with a model airplane attached to a string 1.5m long, if he can
spin one rotation in 1 second, what is the force of tension in the string? The
mass is 1 kg.
2. A driver is negotiating a 35m turn, if the coeffic
2D Dynamics Assessment
Multiple Choice: Pick the best answer choice for the following questions.
1. The figure shows the velocity versus time curve for a car traveling along a straight line.
Which of the follow
Multiple Choice (2 points each)
#1-#2 An object is moving along a straight line in the positive x direction. The graph shows its position from
the starting point as a function of time. Various segments of the graph are identified by the letters A, B, C, a
Circular Motion Problems
1. A kid is playing with a model airplane attached to a string 2.5m long, if he can
spin one rotation in 2 seconds, what is the force of tension in the string?
2. A driver is negotiating a 45m turn, if the coefficient of st
Multiple Choice (15 questions, 1 point each, ~22.5 minutes)
1. A golf ball is struck with at angle with respect to the horizontal. Which one of the following
statements best describes the ay of the golf ball during this event if air resistance is neglecte
AP Physics 1
Circular Motion Quiz (45 Points)
Multiple Choice (20 points 2points each): Select best answer choice.
1. Which statement concerning the centripetal force during uniform circular motion is false?
a. The centri
Resultant implies vector addition if nothing else is specified.
Asking for the magnitude requires just a number, not a direction or
Asking for a vector solution includes magnitude, angle and a
AP Physics 1: Quiz
Frictional and Gravitational Forces: A
*Pick the best answer for the multiple choice questions below.
*READ EVERY ANSWER CHOICE CAREFULLY!
An object rests on a surface with a s of 0.99,
By: Abhinit Sundar
Class: 5 Creatine Debate
I disagree with Chas Wardles advice. He stated that creatine should be used in high
school juniors and seniors if they have permission from the coach. I feel that creatine
shouldnt be used on high
Rudolf Virchow Speech
I am extremely thankful for the trophy that Ive been presented with. Thank you for
giving me the greatest opportunity of my life. Personally, I feel proud and delighted
to receive such an amazing token of respect. I al
Here is Dannys quizlet
He is doing the vocabulary words: http:/quizlet.com/DanSobel
Chapter 1.1 (pg 4)
What are the goals of science?
to provide natural explanations for events in the natural world
Also, science aims to use those exlanations to understan
Maple Syrup Urine Disease
By: Abhinit Sundar, Jack Quinn, Adam
Gelo, and Daniel Sobel
Maple syrup urine disease is a disorder in which
the body is unable to process amino acids
Effects on the Body
Signs of intermedi
Name: Abhinit Sundar
Title: DNA Pea Extraction Lab
Statement of the Problem: Do peas have DNA inside of them? If so, what is a
possible way to extract DNA from them and examine its structure?
DNA is the blueprint of life. It is resp
AP BIOLOGY EXAM STUDY GUIDE
A nonpolar bond is between two of the same atoms, in which electrons are equally
A polar bond is between different atoms, in which the electrons are shared unequally
Substances that are polar, have a char
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Trepang or beche-de-mer
Made from body wall of sea cucumber
Protein (55%)= nutritious, low fat
Delicacy in E. Asia
Fiji Drying trepang
Raw or roasted eaten with sushi rice
China sea cucum