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Chap.2: Kinematics 1-D Problems
1. A speed trap is set up with two pressure-activated strips placed across a highway, 110 m
apart. A car is speeding along at 33 m/s, while the speed limit is 21 m/s. At the instant
the car activates the first st
Momentum, Impulse, Center of Gravity
1. A child in a boat throws a 5.40kg package out horizontally with a
speed of 10.0 m/s. Calculate the velocity of the boat immediately
after, assuming it was initially at rest. The mass of the child is 26.0
kg and that
1. A piston/cylinder device contains one kilogram of a substance at 0.8 MPa with a
volume of 0.2608 m3/kg. The substance undergoes an isobaric process until its
volume becomes 0.001115 m3/kg. Find the total work done in the process. I
1. An automobile engine slows down from 4000 rpm to 1200 rpm
in 3.5s. Calculate a) its angular acceleration, assumed uniform,
and b) the total number of revolutions the engine makes in this
2. In traveling to the Moon astronaut
2.1 Matter is the stuff of
the Universe and Energy
Alissa, Mikki, Noel
Matter is anything that occupies
space and has mass
Matter exists in Solid, Liquid and
Energy is defined as the capacity to
do work, or to pu
center(where the bone
will develop): cells
cluster and diffrentiate
into osteogenic cells
and then osteoblasts
Calcification: secretion of
matric stops and osteo
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Reading Guide Pages 115-118
Tissue: The living Fabric
Directions: using the textbook and pages above, answer the questions below.
1. What is cell specialization?
2. What are tissues?
Tissues are groups of cells that are simil
Using your book, describe the body region each of these terms refers to:
Description of terms
3. Epithelial tissue is the only tissue type that has polarity that is, an
apical and basal surface. Why is this important?
Epithelial lines the exterior of the body/hollow internal
organs leaving one surface exposed; a requiremen
Skin, hair, nails
Lymphatic System and Immunity
Brain, nerves, spinal cord
Single layer of flattened
cells with disc-shaped
central nuclei and
sparse cytoplasm; the
simplest of the epithelia
Kidney glomeruli; air sacs
of lungs; lining of heart,
blood vessels, and
Covalent bonding is explained as a bond that forms when atoms are sharing
1. Examine your mixture and record your observations about the appearance of the mixture.
2. Determine the mass of the 250-mL beaker to the nearest 0.01 g. Record.
3. Pour your sample into the 250-mL beaker. Determine the mass of the 250-mL beak
Age of the Average thiAverage thickness of theannual rings in cm Forest B
Average thickness of theannual rings in cm Fores
a circular concave piece of glass used in
chemistry as a surface to evaporate a liquid,
to hold solids while being weighed, or as a
cover for a beaker; applied to prevent dust or
other particles entering
1. What are the 5 major types of chemical reactions?
Combination reactions (aka synthesis reaction and composition
Single Replacement reactions.
Double Replacement reactions.
2. What is a gene