Physics 20: Assignment 6 1
ASSIGNMENT 6
47 Part One: Newtons First and Second Laws of Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 8 1
39
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ASSIGNMENT 8
Part One: Acceleration Due to Gravity
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Physics 20: Assignment 7 1
ASSIGNMENT 7
63 Part One: FreeBody Diagrams and Net Force
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Physics 20: Assignment 12 1
51
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ASSIGNMENT 12
Part One: Work, Potential Energy, and Kinetic Energy
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Physics 20: Assignment 3 1
ASSIGNMENT 3
52 Part One: Graphing Vector Addition in Two Dimensions
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Physics 20: Assignment 13 1'
ASSIGNMENT 13
41 Part One: Mechanical Energy and the WorkEnergy Theorem
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Physics 20: Assignment 10 1
ASSIGNMENT 10
38 Part One: Understanding Circular Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 1 1
ASSIGNMENT 1
41 Part One: The Language of Motion  Working with Vectors
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Physics 20: Assignment 11 1
36
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ASSIGNMENT 11
Part One: Keplers Three Laws of Planetary Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 2 1
ASSIGNMENT 2
57 Part One: Graphical Analysis of Uniform Motion
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Physics 20: Assignment 4 1
ASSIGNMENT 4
34 Part One: Solving Projectile Problems
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Physics 20: Assignment 9 1
ASSIGNMENT 9
13 Unit B Assessment
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Physics 20: Assignment 14 1
ASSIGNMENT 14
18 Unit C Assessment
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Physics 20: Assignment 5 1
ASSIGNMENT 5
15 Unit A Assessment
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Ballistic Pendulum Lab
Diagrams
Assuming downward as positive
Data table of the mass of bb pellet, mass of bb pellet and
pendulum, length of pendulum to its centre of mass
Mass of bb pellet
Mass of bb pellet and
pendulum
0.0875kg
0.0075kg
Length of pendul
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ElectroChemistry

Transfer of electrons
Reduction: gains electrons, oxidizing agent
Oxidation: loses electrons, reducing agent
Balancing redox reactions:
1. Separate each half reaction
2. Quick balance elements that are no
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OrganicChemistry
Organic matters are compounds that are or were living.
Carbon compounds are organic except for carbon oxides, silicon carbide, carbonates,
hydrogen carbonates and cyanide.
Alkanes:
saturated carbon hydrogen
Light as a particle
As matters gain energy, it may emit light of various wavelength and intensity
Max Planck
 Matter can radiate or absorb specific packets of energy called quanta
 A valence electron is excited into a higher energy state and that electr
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The number of drops of saturated Ca(OH)2(aq) is recorded when a color change is
observed with phenolphthalein in a titration process with ten drops of 0.050mol/L HCl (aq)
in order to determine the ksp for calcium hydroxide
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Periodicity
Group1AlkaliMetals

Basic nature in water
All are soft, lower melting point than other metals
Low desity
Melting/boiling point decreases down a group
Highly reactive
Always found naturally as +1 ions
All react
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Thermochemistry
Energy is a measure of ability to do work on an object or a system. The origin of all
forms of energy is the Sun.
The Law of Conservation of Energy
 Energy cannot be created or destroyed
 It can be rearran
Effect of Resistance on Current
Teachers Instructions:

Design an experiment that is based on the concepts(magnetism and or
electricity) learned from chapter 11 and 12

The lab must include all aspects of the design portion of the lab: problem,
variable
What effect does the force applied have on the displacement of the
spring as the spring is attached to the pendulum?
Problem: How will the force exerted effect the displacement of the spring as the spring
is hanging down from a pendulum?
Variables: The ma
IBO Simple Circuit Lab
Problem: What is the relationship between current in a circuit and the
responding potential difference needed to drive the circuit?
Background Information:
Electricity: A form of energy resulting from the existence of charged
partic
RateofReactionDCP
We measured the amount of H 2 gas produced once per 15 seconds until the 100.0mL graduated cylinder
was almost full. The number of moles of hydrogen gas can be determined by using the ideal gas law. From the
equation Zn(s)+2HCl(aq)
H2(g)