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Science Exam Chapters 1-6

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Bible and Biblical Worldview
What are the two ways Christian decides whether or not he should do something?
Observation
Required of science tht involves collection of data thru senses
Natural
By what processes do evolutionists see the world revolving?
Supernatural
By what processes do creationists see the world coming into existence?
Theory
Overarching model tht describes the behavior of a related set of natural phonomena
Hypothesis
Temporary explanation of a phenomenon; rests on underlying theories
Law
Statement tht models relationship among phenomena under conditions
Theories
A statement regarding Why things happen
C=K-273
How to get to celcius from Kelvin formula
K=C+273
Formula for how to get from Celius to Kelvin
Sublimation
Vapor changes directly to an icy substance
Dew
Give an example of condensation
Frost
Give an example of Sublimation
Solid
What is Frost? solid, liquid, gas
Solid
Definite Volume, Definite Shape, Low Compressibility
Liquid
Definite Volume, Indefinite Shape, Low Compressibility
Gas
Indefinite Volume, Indefinite Shape, High Compressibility
Physical Property
Features that can be observed without altering its state
Physical Change
Change made that doesnt alter the composition of the substance
Chemical Property
What one chemical will do in the presence of another
Chemical Change
Any change in substance that alters its composition...result of a chemical property
1000
How many millimeters are in a meter?
Weight
Mass X Gravity
Newtons
What is weight measured by?
Mass
Amount of matter
Gram/kilogram
This is what Mass is measured by
Mechanics
Study of motions
Dynamics
Why things move
Kinematics
How things move
Point of Reference
Stationary location from which we choose to make observations
Frame of Reference
Collection of Points of Reference
9.81 m/s^2
This is the rate of acceleration near the earth
P=mv
Formula for momentum
Momentum=massXvelocity
Explain what P=mv stands for
Motion
Inertia says that Matter resists a change in what?
Inertia
This says that matter resists a change in motion
KE=1/2mv^2
Formula for Kinetic Energy
Kinetic Energy=1/2massXvelocity squared
What does KE=1/2mv^2 stand for?
GPE=wh
What is the formula for Gravitational potential energy
GPE=weightXheight
Explain GPE=wh (dont explain GPE-that stands for Gravitational Potential Energy)
W=FD
What is the formula for work?
Work=ForceXDistance
Explain W=FD
Joules
What is the Kinetic Energy unit?
Joules
What is the GPE unit?
Joules
What is the work unit?