Kinematics Practice Quiz
1. A world class cyclist rides his bike 472 meters 1 minute. What was his average
speed? If the cyclist continues to ride at this speed, how long will it take him to go
1000 meters? (2 Parts)
2. A car traveling at 7
MOTION AT A CONSTANT ACCELERATION
instantaneous velocity and average velocity
Instantaneous velocity= The velocity of an object at a particular time.
Average velocity= Ratio of the change in position and the time interval during
which the change occurre
Traffic Accident Report
A call was given to me about a crash that had happened at around 13:30, I was told of an
accident that left three injured, two inside a Ford Land Rover, a driver and a passenger and
another in a Locus who w
AP Physics 1- Chapter 1, Sections
1.1 What is motion?
There are two important aspects to describing motion:
Object of interest, the object that will have its motion
The observer, one that describes the object.
*Procedures were made by: Eddie Castillo Teacher: Mr. Loy Class: AP Physics I, 5th Period
Barbie Bungee Jump Procedures
To understand the relationship of height and motion.
To learn how to use data to create graphs.
College Physics Chapter 4 Section 3: Radial Acceleration and Period
Factors that may affect acceleration may alter magnitude.
Dependence of Acceleration on Speed
The magnitude of radius acceleration is proportional to the speed squared.
Principles of Life: Section 3.3-3.4
Introduction- Section 3.3, Some Proteins Act as Enzymes to Speed up Biochemical
Living systems depend on spontaneous reactions, but need fast rates to survive.
Catalysts are substances that speed
Week of 9/1
Most biological molecules are polymers.
- made of covalent bonding of smaller molecules, which are monomers
Broken apart with water
condensation- (- water) links monomers
hydrolysis (+ water) breaks monomers apart
Photosynthesis and Light
Intensity Lab Report
AP Biology 8th Period
Conducting research over photosynthesis can be conducted in a variety of
ways. With the experiment that is to be conducted, experim
Principles of Life: Section 6.1-6.
Introduction- Section 6.1, ATP, Reduced Coenzymes, and Chemiosmosis Play Important
Roles in Biological Energy Metabolism
Five general principles governing metabolic pathways
complex chemical transformation in
Lactaid Experiment Design
An experiment for lactase can consist of having lactaid, the product that is being
tested, being used to break down food depending on the acidity of the liquid. The food
sample is to be dissolved in basic and acidic liquids while
Introduction- How Does a Populations Age Structure Affect its Growth or Decline?
The numbers of males and females in young, middle, and older age groups determine
how fast a population grows or declines.
A Populations A
APES Emerging Diseases Project
What is the form of transmission of the disease?
Meningitis can be transmitted through contact with a carrier of the disease with kissing,
touching saliva, or touching other bodily fluids.
Most of the bacteria that cause m
Section 12.4: How Can We Protect Crops from Pests More Sustainably?
Nature Controls the Populations of Most Pests
A pest is a species that interferes with humans by competing for food, invading lawns,
destroying building materials, spreading disease, inv
Soil and Agriculture Unit Notes
Crops grown without using synthetic pesticides, synthetic inorganic fertilizers, or
genetically engineered seeds
Animals grown without using antibiotics or synthetic hormones
U.S. in 2008: 0.6% cropla
AP Environmental Science
Meningitis Research Conclusion
Concluding the research on the emerging disease of meningitis, one can find that it
is a rapidly spreading disease among urban facilities, especially those that contain
Human Genetic Diseases
Pedigree analysis reveals Mendelian patterns in human inheritance
- data mapped on a family tree
Pedigree can help understand genetics of future generations
Several genetic orders are inherite
Beyond Mendels Laws of Inheritance (Non-Mendelian Genetics)
Extending Mendelian Genetics
Mendel worked with a simple system
- peas are genetically simple
- most traits are controlled by a single gene
- each gene has only 2 alleles, 1 of which is complete
The Origin of Species
Publication of Darwin
On The Origin of Species By Means Of Natural Selection
Definition of a Species- Biological Species Concept
defined by Ernst Mayr
population whose members can interbreed and produce viable, fertile offspring