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Physics Chapter 1 - 2.3 Test
This is for Physics Chapter 1 - 2.3 Test.
If an assignment covers material that has not been addressed in class, what should you do?
check with your instructor
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your teacher or someone designated by your teacher
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Which of the following MUST be enabled on your browser?
Because the Internet is not 100% reliable,
None of these statements is correct.
Why is physics the most basic science?
The concepts of physics are the foundation of other sciences.
Why is mathematics important to science?
Math is unambiguous (no double meaning)
Why is the use of mathematics minimized in this book?
English is more familiar and is easier to understand
What is meant by the term "scientific method"?
It is a method that is effective in gaining, organizing, and applying new knowledge.
Is a scientific fact something that is absolute and unchanging? Explain.
No, scientific facts can change, given compelling evidence.
Scientific theories undergo change. Is this a strength or a weakness of science? Explain.
A strength; change can nurture growth.
Why do citizens have a responsibility to have some basic understanding of nature's rules?
To give citizens more power over nature and more responsibility.
What does it mean to say that if a hypothesis is scientific, then there must be a means of proving it wrong?
A hypothesis is outside the domain of science if it has no wrongness test.
Why does science tend to be a "self-correcting" way of knowing about things?
Refinements and improvements of scientific findings are part of normal scientific activity. Findings are checked and crosschecked by other scientists.
What is likely being misunderstood by someone who says, "But that's only a scientific theory"?
The distinction between hypothesis and theory.
Which of the following should you do when you complete the lab?
Return all materials and apparatus to the places specified by your instructor and clean the work area.
Which of the following is considered safety equipment for our lab?
eye wash, fire extinguisher, fire blanket, first aid kid
An accident or injury should be reported to the teacher
Playing (as opposed to working) in the laboratory
will result in a score of zero in the lab.
In the laboratory, you should be cautious of
flammable clothing, dangling jewelry, loose clothing
As a lab safety precaution, long hair must be
In the laboratory students cannot
wear open toed shoes, go barefoot, wear flip flops
Eating and drinking are prohibited in the laboratory primarily because
it leads to hazard to lab equipment.
Under what condition(s) may a student conduct lab work without the teacher's supervision?