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3. You drop your ski pole while riding in a moving chai;r iift. From your position on the
chair lift, what path do you observe the ski pole to take? ignorellair resistance.
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Chapter 3: Motion in 2D Review
1. A ball is thrown straight Upward and returns to the thrower's hand after 3.00 s in the air. A
second ball is thrown at an angle of 30.0 with the horizontal. At what speed most the second
. 1 ball be throw
Version 001 adv. first semester practice final gleue (3151A1)
This print-out should have 100 questions.
Multiple-choice questions may continue on
the next column or page find all choices
before answering.
Distance Conversions
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WATER, CARBON AND NITROGEN CYCLE WORKSHEEI'ICOLORSHEET @gg
Directions: Color and make a key for each biogeochemical cycle.
As you read about each cycle answer the following questions:
THE WATER CYCLE . . . .
1. Name three importanteleeds for water. phob
Version PREVIEW More Projectile Motion Practice carroll (11108)
Since sin 2 = 2 sin cos ,
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sin 21
g
Likewise, the distance traveled by snowball 2
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v2
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g
Set d1 = d2 and solve for 2 .
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2
Note that this problem may
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A hectare is a unit of area that is equal to 1.0 104 m2. If water of volume 0.020 km3
covers 30 hectares of flat land, find the depth of the water.
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67 m
26 m
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2. A spring-loaded gun can re a projectile to a height h if it is red straight up
(vertical). If the same gun is pointed at an angle of 450 from the vertical, what
maximum height can now be reached by the projectile (
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PHYSICS 111
PRACTICE MIDTERM
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INSTRUCTIONS: PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING BEFORE YOU START THE EXAM
1. Write your name and your recitation instructor's name on each page of the exam.
2. This exam consists of X pages, with 2 sections:
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Broadneck AP Physics C
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HW due Monday Oct 13
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1. An object slides off a roof 10 meters above the
ground with an initial horizontal speed of 5
meters per second as shown at the right . The
time between the object's leaving the r
Calculus Mrs. Choi
Ch2 Review Answer Key
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CHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS
1.1 Chemistry: An Overview
Matter takes up space, has mass, exhibits inertia
- composed of atoms only 100 or so different types
- water made up of one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms
- Pass an electric current through it to separate the
STOICHIOMETRY
3.1 ATOMIC MASSES
!
!
12
CCarbon 12In 1961 it was agreed that this would serve as the standard and would
be defined to have a mass of EXACTLY 12 atomic mass units (amu). All other atomic
masses are measured relative to this.
mass spectromete
GASES
THE PROPERTIES OF GASES
Only 4 quantities are needed to define the state of a gas:
a) the quantity of the gas, n (in moles)
b) the temperature of the gas, T(in KELVINS)
c) the volume of the gas, V (in liters)
d) the pressure of the gas, P (in atmosp
TYPES OF CHEMICAL REACTIONS & SOLUTION STOICHIOMETRY
Chemists have used reactions to produce the materials Teflon, nylon, Dacron, Kevlar, polystyrene,
and PVC among many others!
WATER, THE COMMON SOLVENT
Propertieshigh specific heat, high heat of vaporiz
ATOMS, MOLECULES & IONS
2.1 THE EARLY HISTORY OF CHEMISTRY
The highest honor given
by the American
Chemical Society. He
discovered oxygen. Ben
Franklin got him
interested in electricity
and he observed graphite
conducts an electric
current. Politics force
COVALENT BONDING: ORBITALS
The localized electron model views a molecule as a collection of atoms bound together by sharing electrons
between their atomic orbitals. The arrangement of valence electrons is represented by the Lewis structure
and the molecul
ATOMIC STRUCTURE
ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION
James Maxwell developed an elegant mathematical theory in 1864 to
describe all forms of radiation in terms of oscillating or wave-like electric
and magnetic fields in space.
!
electromagnetic radiation-light, mic
THERMOCHEMISTRY
Terms for you to learn that will make this unit understandable:
Energy (E) the ability to do work or produce heat ; the sum of all potential and kinetic energy in
a system is known as the internal energy of the system
Potential energy in
INTERMOLECULAR FORCES
LIQUIDS & SOLIDS
Now it is time to consider the forces that condense matter. These can be due to ionic or covalent
bonding [intramolecular forcesionic stronger than covalent] or much weaker attractive forces we
call intermolecular fo
CHEMICAL BONDING & MOLECULAR STRUCTURE
WHAT IS A CHEMICAL BOND? It will take us the next two chapters to answer this question! Bonds are
forces that hold groups of atoms together and make them function as a unit. Bonding relates to physical
properties suc