#### Study sets matching "conceptual physics"

#### Study sets matching "conceptual physics"

Aneroid barometer

Barometer

Bernoulli's Principle

Boyle's law

An instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure; based on m…

An instrument used to measure the pressure of the atmosphere

The statement that the pressure in a fluid decreases as the sp…

For a constant number of molecules of gas at constant temperat…

Aneroid barometer

An instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure; based on m…

Barometer

An instrument used to measure the pressure of the atmosphere

Motion

Frame of Reference

Speed

Speed formula

A change in positive relative to a frame of reference

A point or object from which motion is determined. Ex: the ear…

The rate of change in motion

S= d/t

Motion

A change in positive relative to a frame of reference

Frame of Reference

A point or object from which motion is determined. Ex: the ear…

Center of gravity

Center of mass

Neutral equilibrium

Stable equilibrium

Point at the center of an objects weight distribution, where t…

Point at the center of an object's _____ where all its ____ ca…

The state of an object balanced so that any small movement nei…

The state of an object balanced so that any small displacement…

Center of gravity

Point at the center of an objects weight distribution, where t…

Center of mass

Point at the center of an object's _____ where all its ____ ca…

Apogee

ellipse

Escape speed

Focus (foci)

The point in a satellites elliptical orbit farthest from the c…

An oval shaped curve that is the path of a point that move suc…

The minimum speed necessary for an object to _____ permanently…

For an ellipse, one of the two points for which the sum of the…

Apogee

The point in a satellites elliptical orbit farthest from the c…

ellipse

An oval shaped curve that is the path of a point that move suc…

Spectrum

White Light

Pigment

Additive Primary Colors

The spread of colors that Newton formed with white light and a…

A combination of all the colors.

The material in the glass that selectively absorbs colored lig…

The three colors that produce theh highest number of different…

Spectrum

The spread of colors that Newton formed with white light and a…

White Light

A combination of all the colors.

circuit

in parallel

in series

parallel circuit

any complete path along which charge can flow

term applied to portions of an electric circuit that are conne…

term applied to portions of an electric circuit that are conne…

an electric circuit in which devices are connected to the same…

circuit

any complete path along which charge can flow

in parallel

term applied to portions of an electric circuit that are conne…

First Postulate Of Special Relativity

Second Postulate Of Special Relativity

Space-Time

Special Theory of Relativity

All the laws of nature are the same in all uniformly moving re…

The speed of light in empty space always has the same value re…

A combination of space and time, which are viewed in special r…

The theory, introduced in 1905 by Albert Einstein, that descri…

First Postulate Of Special Relativity

All the laws of nature are the same in all uniformly moving re…

Second Postulate Of Special Relativity

The speed of light in empty space always has the same value re…

Capacitor

Electric Field

Electric Potential

Electric Potential Energy

A device used to store charge in a circuit.

A force field that fills the space around every electric charg…

Electrical potential energy per coulomb at a location in an el…

Energy a charge has due to its location in an electric field.

Capacitor

A device used to store charge in a circuit.

Electric Field

A force field that fills the space around every electric charg…

Hydrogen

three

plentiful in the universe

9

Which of the following is an element?... Carbon dioxide... Hydroge…

The number of atoms in a common water molecule is _______.... on…

Dark matter is considered to be _______.... at the center of all…

How many atoms are in a molecule of ethanol, C2H6O?

Hydrogen

Which of the following is an element?... Carbon dioxide... Hydroge…

three

The number of atoms in a common water molecule is _______.... on…

Archimedes principle

Buoyancy

Buoyant force

Displacement

The relationship between boyancy and displaced fluid: an immer…

The apparent loss of weight of an object immersed or submerged…

The net upward force exerted by a fluid on a submerged or imme…

Term applied to the fluid that is moved out of the way when an…

Archimedes principle

The relationship between boyancy and displaced fluid: an immer…

Buoyancy

The apparent loss of weight of an object immersed or submerged…

Element

Atom

Brownian Motion

Molecule

A material composed of only one kind of atom.

Building blocks of matter.

The perpetual jiggling of particles that are just big enough t…

The smallest particle of a substance consisting of two or more…

Element

A material composed of only one kind of atom.

Atom

Building blocks of matter.

Physics

Conceptual Physics

Design Cycle Model

Scientific Method

the science of learning how things work

A lesser mathematical way of learning how things work

Plan on how to do scientific research or create something new

Strict step-by-step process to solve a problem

Physics

the science of learning how things work

Conceptual Physics

A lesser mathematical way of learning how things work

law of universal gravitation

Force equation

Momentum

Impulse

every object attracts every other object with a force... for any…

F= G(m1m/d^2)

mass of an object times its velocity M x V = momentum

Force x Time interval = Impulse (Impulse is change in momentum)

law of universal gravitation

every object attracts every other object with a force... for any…

Force equation

F= G(m1m/d^2)

science is a body of knowledge that...

The synthesis of a large collection of…

inertia is defined as a

A hockey puck is set in motion across a…

describes order in nature, is an ongoing human activity, and c…

theory

property of matter

equal to its weight, equal to its weight divided by its mass,…

science is a body of knowledge that...

describes order in nature, is an ongoing human activity, and c…

The synthesis of a large collection of…

theory

Momentum

Impulse

Law of Conservation of Momentum

Elastic Collision

the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity

the quantity "force X time interval"

describes the momentum of a system. States that in the absence…

when objects collide without being permanently deformed and wi…

Momentum

the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity

Impulse

the quantity "force X time interval"

In a meeting room there are chairs, a t…

In a meeting room there are chairs, a t…

In a meeting room there are chairs, a t…

Temperature is a measure of the total K…

Nothing

Body temperature

Everything else

False, the average KE, NOT TOTAL

In a meeting room there are chairs, a t…

Nothing

In a meeting room there are chairs, a t…

Body temperature