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Four factors affecting the chance of t…

Lever A: 0.2Nm Lever R: 0.02 (from piv…

Why terminal velocity stays at a const…

Method to find an average speed of a c…

-Conditions on the road, e.g. slippery, muddy, icy... -Speed the…

-Moment= force * distance... -The shorter the distance, the more…

-Upward force=downward force; forces are at equilibrium/ Resu…

-Measure distance of the track track ... -Measure the time cycli…

Four factors affecting the chance of t…

-Conditions on the road, e.g. slippery, muddy, icy... -Speed the…

Lever A: 0.2Nm Lever R: 0.02 (from piv…

-Moment= force * distance... -The shorter the distance, the more…

What is a wave?

What are some examples of waves?

What are some basic features of waves?

What is the substance through which so…

Is a traveling disturbance consisting of coordinate vibration…

Ripples, tremors and light and heat

they carry energy, do not have mass

Medium

What is a wave?

Is a traveling disturbance consisting of coordinate vibration…

What are some examples of waves?

Ripples, tremors and light and heat

Energy can be transferred usefully, st…

When energy is transferred, only part…

Wasted energy is eventually transferre…

What do all objects do?

It cannot be created or destoryed

The rest is called "wasted"

Because it becomes increasingly spread out.

Emit and absorb infrared radiation

Energy can be transferred usefully, st…

It cannot be created or destoryed

When energy is transferred, only part…

The rest is called "wasted"

Law of Conservation of Energy

Velocity

Speed

Acceleration

Energy cannot be created or destroyed

Speed in a given direction

Distance/time -[d/t]

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the chang…

Law of Conservation of Energy

Energy cannot be created or destroyed

Velocity

Speed in a given direction

Displacement

Distance:

Error:

Gradient:

A measurement of the change in position of a moving body; a s…

A measurement of how far apart objects are.

The difference between the value that is measured and the act…

Slope of a hill of a graph: gradient = Rise/Run

Displacement

A measurement of the change in position of a moving body; a s…

Distance:

A measurement of how far apart objects are.

Light

The speed of light in a vacuum is

Luminous objects

Non luminous objects

travels in a straight line unless it hits something

300000km per second

make own light

only seen by reflecting light

Light

travels in a straight line unless it hits something

The speed of light in a vacuum is

300000km per second

Reference point

Distance

Position

Trajectory

An object, placed at the origin of a coordinate system, relat…

The lenght of the trajectory between the initial and the fina…

The separation between an object and its reference point. The…

The imaginary line an object is drawing while in motion.

Reference point

An object, placed at the origin of a coordinate system, relat…

Distance

The lenght of the trajectory between the initial and the fina…

Quality factor=

Imaging probes create a narrow/wide ra…

Continuous wave probes create a narrow…

Vibration at a single frequency is cal…

Quality factor= ... main frequency/bandwidth

Wide

Narrow

Resonant frequency... Wide

Quality factor=

Quality factor= ... main frequency/bandwidth

Imaging probes create a narrow/wide ra…

Wide

Equilibrium occurs when

A barge is being pulled along a canal…

A clothesline is stretched between two…

A scalar quantity has

(all)... -all the forces acting on an object are balanced... -the s…

(A and B) ... -it oscillates back and forth between the two bank…

more than half the tire's weight

only magnitude

Equilibrium occurs when

(all)... -all the forces acting on an object are balanced... -the s…

A barge is being pulled along a canal…

(A and B) ... -it oscillates back and forth between the two bank…

Force

Friction

Force due to Gravity

Mass

A push,pull or a twist.

A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…

A force of attraction between objects that is due to their ma…

the amount of matter in an object

Force

A push,pull or a twist.

Friction

A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…

Kinetic Energy

Potential Energy

Thermal Energy

Chemical Energy

Energy of motion

Energy of relative position

The internal hidden motion of objects atoms and molecules

Energy stored in the structures of atomic bonding ... to form mo…

Kinetic Energy

Energy of motion

Potential Energy

Energy of relative position

the table temperature feels different…

thermal conduction

explain thermal conduction at a molecu…

oven with hot air into food is _______

conduction

transfer of heat through touching, but without movement

higher energy particles collide with less energetic ones, mak…

conduction

the table temperature feels different…

conduction

thermal conduction

transfer of heat through touching, but without movement

Force

Friction

Force due to Gravity

Mass

A push,pull or a twist.

A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…

A force of attraction between objects that is due to their ma…

the amount of matter in an object

Force

A push,pull or a twist.

Friction

A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…

Reaction Distance

Longer reaction time means

Velocity

Instantaneous speed

Distance that automobile travels in time it takes driver to r…

greater distance car moves before you begin stopping (possibi…

Speed in a given direction

Speed at a given moment

Reaction Distance

Distance that automobile travels in time it takes driver to r…

Longer reaction time means

greater distance car moves before you begin stopping (possibi…

All forms of energy is in what unit? W…

An object that is experiencing transla…

Base unit? ... Derived unit? (ex)?

Can a moving object be in equilibrium?

Joule(J)=Kg(m2/s2)

Constant velocity and a constant direction.

base- the standard units around which the system itself is de…

A moving object can be in either translational or rotational…

All forms of energy is in what unit? W…

Joule(J)=Kg(m2/s2)

An object that is experiencing transla…

Constant velocity and a constant direction.

What are Circuit Symbols?

What is Electric Current?

What is the symbol for 'lamp'?

What is the symbol for 'voltmeter'?

Circuit symbols are used to represent the different component…

Electric Current is the flow of electrons in a conductor. Ele…

What are Circuit Symbols?

Circuit symbols are used to represent the different component…

What is Electric Current?

Electric Current is the flow of electrons in a conductor. Ele…

what is the energy transfer for a batt…

what is the energy transfer for a plan…

what is the energy transfer for a micr…

if a ball is dropped from 1 metre and…

chemical to electrical

chemical to kinetic

sound to electrical

waste thermal energy

what is the energy transfer for a batt…

chemical to electrical

what is the energy transfer for a plan…

chemical to kinetic

Pressure Formula

Poiseuille's Small Flow Equation

Resistance Formula

Flow Velocity Equation

P=F/A... Pressue equals Force over Area

Q=ΔP/R... Flow equals change in Pressure over Resistance

R=8Ln/πr^4... Resistance equals 8 times Length times Viscosity o…

Q=VA... Flow equals Velocity times Area

Pressure Formula

P=F/A... Pressue equals Force over Area

Poiseuille's Small Flow Equation

Q=ΔP/R... Flow equals change in Pressure over Resistance

acceleration

velocity

speed

deceleration

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the chang…

A vector quantity that includes the speed and direction of an…

Distance travelled per unit time... Distance / Time

A reduction in the velocity of a moving body with respect to…

acceleration

Change in velocity divided by the time it takes for the chang…

velocity

A vector quantity that includes the speed and direction of an…

e. force times distance

d. twice

c. joule

c. work done on an object divided by t…

In physics, work is defined as ... a. force times time.... b. force…

If you lift two loads up one story, how much work do you do c…

The unit of work is the ... a. watt.... b. meter.... c. joule.... d. newt…

Power is defined as the ... a. force on an object divided by the…

e. force times distance

In physics, work is defined as ... a. force times time.... b. force…

d. twice

If you lift two loads up one story, how much work do you do c…

Monitor unit is.......

Monitor unit is......

What is dmax?

Dmax is directly related to the energy…

1 MU = 1 cGy for a 10x10 open field at dmax in water for an S…

1 MU = 1 cGy for a 10x10 open field at dmax in water for an S…

The depth of maximum dose ... Depth at which electronic equil…

Dmax increases as energy increases... For kV energies Dmax occur…

Monitor unit is.......

1 MU = 1 cGy for a 10x10 open field at dmax in water for an S…

Monitor unit is......

1 MU = 1 cGy for a 10x10 open field at dmax in water for an S…

What is linear speed?

What has greater linear speed, somethi…

What is rotational speed?

If an amusement park ride spins its ri…

path distance moved per unit of time

the outside because it covers more distance in the same time

angular speed (always same)

inward with centripetal force because it keeps them going in…

What is linear speed?

path distance moved per unit of time

What has greater linear speed, somethi…

the outside because it covers more distance in the same time

What is a vector?

When adding or subtracting data, how d…

What is the INDEPENDENT variable?

What is the DEPENDENT variable?

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

By ADDING them

The thing you change in an experiment.

The thing you measure in an experiment.

What is a vector?

A quantity that has both magnitude and direction.

When adding or subtracting data, how d…

By ADDING them

Matter

Atoms and Molecules

Weight

Energy

anything that occupies space.

What are the complex building blocks of matter?

term used to describe the mass of an object in a gravitationa…

The ability to do work.

Matter

anything that occupies space.

Atoms and Molecules

What are the complex building blocks of matter?

Absolute humidity

Relative humidity

Dew Point

saturated solution

the water content of a gas expressed as the weight of water p…

is expressed as a percentage, it is the ratio of the mass of…

represents the temperature at which the ambient air is fully…

maximum amount of solute is dissolved in a solvent

Absolute humidity

the water content of a gas expressed as the weight of water p…

Relative humidity

is expressed as a percentage, it is the ratio of the mass of…

Science is a body of knowledge that

Early greeks knew the

Eratosthenes measurements of earths si…

Educated person is knowledgeable in

describes order in nature... ongoing human activity... condenses kn…

size of earth, moon, earth-moon distance

deep well in syene... pillars shadow in alexandria... surveying the…

science... arts... religion

Science is a body of knowledge that

describes order in nature... ongoing human activity... condenses kn…

Early greeks knew the

size of earth, moon, earth-moon distance

Acceleration due to gravity is also ca…

according to Newton's second law, when…

which of the following is the cause of…

In a free body diagram shown above, wh…

free fall acceleration

the object with greater mass will experience a smaller accele…

force

14,700N

Acceleration due to gravity is also ca…

free fall acceleration

according to Newton's second law, when…

the object with greater mass will experience a smaller accele…

The magnetic force that is created due…

In a non-magnetized object, the charge…

The three types of magnets are

The class of magnet that is best descr…

spin magnetic moment

spinning in random directions

natural, artificial permanent, and electromagnets

electromagnet

The magnetic force that is created due…

spin magnetic moment

In a non-magnetized object, the charge…

spinning in random directions

Velocity=

Time=

Displacement=

Speed=

Displacement over time... 2xKE/m squared... Frequency times wavelen…

Displacement/velocity... Distance/speed... Displacement/acceleratio…

Velocity times time... Work/power

Distance/time

Velocity=

Displacement over time... 2xKE/m squared... Frequency times wavelen…

Time=

Displacement/velocity... Distance/speed... Displacement/acceleratio…

Physics

Motion

Einsteins theory of relativity

Point of reference

Knowledge of nature the natural science that involves the stu…

An event that involves a change in position or location of so…

All motion is relative to what you define as a fixed point

A fixed place or point used to describe a direction or motion

Physics

Knowledge of nature the natural science that involves the stu…

Motion

An event that involves a change in position or location of so…