Note Taking Guide Episode 101, Part 1
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MECHANICS is the study of _.
Three fundamental quantities of mechanics:
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3.
Notes on Symbols:
Notes on Units:
In
E = mc2
, the
mis a _ representing _.
Ex.
In
15m
, the
mis a _, the _.
Notes on Quantitie
Worksheet: Conversion Problems Part 2
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1. 56 km to mm
2. 29 kg to cg
3. 0.546 km to m
4. 69,000 dg to kg
5. 25 km/min to m/s
6. 1.352 km/h to mm/s
7. 20 km to feet
Get our your math hat! Look up any needed
facts on the inside front or back cover of y
Jumping Frogs
For a future lab, you will need a jumping frog. Follow these instructions to construct your
own frog:
1. Choose an index card or piece of paper or card stock the same size as an index card.
All class members must use the same type of paper.
Note Taking Guide Episode 101, Part 2
Conversion facts are always written in this format:
One _ unit = what # of _ units
Prefix
Abbreviation
Facts
Video Problem Set #1:
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Show What You Know:
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PHYSICSFundamentals
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Worksheet: Metric Prefixes
A. Circle the larger unit:
1. millimeter, centimeter
2. kilogram, megagram
3. microsecond, millisecond
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4. dL, mL
5. mg, kg
6. Mm, mm
7. s, cs
8. m, Mm
9. s, ks
B. When plugging in metric facts, always remember that 1 big u
Worksheet: Scientific Notation Practice Problems Name_
Change the following to scientific notation.
0.00004
0.0025
310000
Change the following to decimal numbers.
5.93 x 10-5
3 x 104
1.5 x 103
Make the following calculations using your
calculator.
1.3 x 1
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Part 1
1) The first structure I palpated was the Patella and Tibia Tuberosity. I was comfortably able
to feel the bones and marking I was screeching for. I would say this was the easiest to
find, because they are so dominant. The second structure I palpat
1) A total of 22 bones were found
2) The bones on the axial side are the 3 skulls. The bones on the appendicular side are the 6
femora, 4 hip-bones, 2 humerus, 2 tibiae, and 5 scapulae.
3) 22, because there were 22 different bones, so assuming each bone b
Scenario 3
While going camping with your friends and family its important to take precautions, but your
skin assists with this as well. There are many micro problems that cannot be foreshadowed,
but the skin has it under control. The first layer of the sk
Part one: The Lab
1. You will be helping Galileo perform the experiment to determine if objects with different
mass fall at the same, or different, rates in the air and in a vacuum. Before you conduct
your experiment, you need to form a hypothesis. A hypo
5/2/2017 01.05 Honors: Lab Report
CHICKEN BONE DOCUMENT
Cut out the chicken bone images, identify, and glue on a blank sheet of paper to "assemble" the
chicken wing.
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Matter and energy Lab
Introduction:
You will be exploring three scenarios and conducting observations on the physical and chemical changes in
matter: The Iced Tea Debate, Salty Soup, and Fire Bug. You will use the laboratory report format to
investigate t
Note Taking Guide Episode 603, Part 2
Fact or Fiction?
Machines let us do less work to perform a task. _
A screw is a type of inclined plane. _
The typical automobile engine is about 50% energy efficient. _
Machines make tasks easier by-
Work input
=
Work
Note Taking Guide Episode 603, Part 1
Energy
Work involves:
1.
2.
W = _
Is work being done on the box? Answer yes or no.
1)
Student pushes box horizontally across the lab table. _
2)
Student picks the box up vertically _
3)
Student holds the box still. _
Note Taking Guide Episode 102, Part 2
To convert from one unit to another:
Ex #1: Convert 152 cm to m becomes _
Conversion Factor definition
Ex #1: the fact: 1 m = 100 cm expressed as two conversion factors:
Solve the example problem above using the meth
Worksheet: Conversion Factors
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1. 32 cm to m
2. 14 minutes to seconds
3. 507 cL to L
4. 0.057 m to km
5. 13 cm3 to mL
Fact: 1 mL = 1 cm3
6. 3.004 L to mL
7. 86 kg to g
8. 1.2 x 103 mi to km
9. 0.15 feet to inches
Fact: 0.62 mi = 1 km
Fact: 1 ft = 12
Note Taking Guide Episode 102, Part 1
In scientific notation, numbers are expressed in this form:
M x 10n
where M = _ and n = _
How to Take Numbers Out of Scientific Notation:
103 means _
10-3 means _
6.2 x 104 means (multiply, divide) 6.2 by 10 _ times.
Worksheet: Work
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1. Work is the product of the _ exerted on an object and the
distance the object moves in the _ of the force.
2. The equation for work is _.
3. The unit for work is the _ which also called the _.
4. Work is done on an object only if