# Study sets matching "physics final exam"

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Waves

Amplitude

Wavelength

Frequency

Transfer energy in the direction they are traveling

The maximum displacement of a point on the wave from this undi…

The distance between the same point on two adjacent waves (bet…

Is the number of complete waves passing a certain point per se…

Waves

Transfer energy in the direction they are traveling

Amplitude

The maximum displacement of a point on the wave from this undi…

Newton Unit

Force

Motion

Interacting

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleratio…

A push or a pull

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another

Newton Unit

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleratio…

Force

A push or a pull

Newton Unit

Force

Motion

Interacting

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleratio…

A push or a pull

An object's change in position relative to a reference point.

occurs as two or more objects have an effect upon one another

Newton Unit

A unit of force equal to the force that imparts an acceleratio…

Force

A push or a pull

Acceleration

Balanced Force

Friction

Newton

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

The force between objects that resists motion - always slows d…

A measurement of force

Acceleration

The rate of change in velocity. Can be a change in direction,…

Balanced Force

Two forces in opposite directions. Net force is zero and the m…

Force

Interaction

Component

System

A push or a pull in a specific direction

When two objects affect each other in some way

One part of a group of objects that, together, form a complete…

A collection of components that interact with each other

Force

A push or a pull in a specific direction

Interaction

When two objects affect each other in some way

Vector

Velocity

Pitch

Frequency

A quantity with both magniude and direction

How fast an object moves in a particular direction, the displa…

How high or low a sound is

How many cycles per second a wave goes

Vector

A quantity with both magniude and direction

Velocity

How fast an object moves in a particular direction, the displa…

JJ Thompson

Ernest Rutherford

Atomic Spectrum

Niels Bohr

Plum Pudding Model; discovered the positive part of the atom

Gold Foil Experiment; he revealed the nucleus in the atom and…

elements each give off a certain unique light source and they…

the Bohr model (with protons and neutrons); it was surrounded…

JJ Thompson

Plum Pudding Model; discovered the positive part of the atom

Ernest Rutherford

Gold Foil Experiment; he revealed the nucleus in the atom and…

x-axis

y-axis

Slope-Intercept Form

slope of a line

The horizontal axis of the coordinate plane.

The vertical axis of the coordinate plane.

y = mx + b where "m" is the slope and "b" is y-intercept

rise/run change in y/change in x

x-axis

The horizontal axis of the coordinate plane.

y-axis

The vertical axis of the coordinate plane.

first

second

third

force

Newton's law that states on object at rest tends to stay at re…

Newtons law that states the force acting on an object is equal…

Newtons law that states for every action force, there is an eq…

the pushing or pulling action of one object upon another

first

Newton's law that states on object at rest tends to stay at re…

second

Newtons law that states the force acting on an object is equal…

kinetic energy

gravitational potential energy

light energy

nuclear energy

The energy of motion

Potential energy that depends on the height of an object

radiant energy

Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom

kinetic energy

The energy of motion

gravitational potential energy

Potential energy that depends on the height of an object

Electrostatics

Electrostatics... The Principle of Superpo…

Electrostatics... Electric Potential

Electrostatics... Electrical Potential Ene…

The study of stationary electric charges or fields as opposed…

The net electric force on a charge (q) due to a collection of…

k = Q/r ... Q= point source charge... r = distance from Q ... Positiv…

Symbol: U, Units: J or 1 eV = 1.6x10^-19 J,... Energy due to pos…

Electrostatics

The study of stationary electric charges or fields as opposed…

Electrostatics... The Principle of Superpo…

The net electric force on a charge (q) due to a collection of…

vector addition graphically

vector addition mathematically

sohcahtoa

equilibrium

tip(head)-tail end until all vectors are used then connect the…

x-components are added to form the x-component of the resultan…

sine=o/h cosine=

when the net force on an object it zero. there is no accelerat…

vector addition graphically

tip(head)-tail end until all vectors are used then connect the…

vector addition mathematically

x-components are added to form the x-component of the resultan…

When a electric charge builds up on the…

Static charge is built up when two insu…

Ohms

Potential Difference

What is static electricity?

How is static electricity formed?

What is resistance measured in?

What does the size of a current flowing depend on?

When a electric charge builds up on the…

What is static electricity?

Static charge is built up when two insu…

How is static electricity formed?