#### Study sets matching "physics"

#### Study sets matching "physics"

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…

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

Force

Distance/Time... The distance you travel divided by the amount of…

Speed in a given direction

the rate at which velocity changes

A push or a pull

Speed

Distance/Time... The distance you travel divided by the amount of…

Velocity

Speed in a given direction

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

position

distance

displacement

average speed

An objects location

How far something has moved from point A to point B

Distance and direction of an object's change in position from…

The overall rate of speed at which an object moves; calculated…

position

An objects location

distance

How far something has moved from point A to point B

Force

Newtons (N)

Applied Force

Normal Force (perpendicular)

A push or a pull.

Units used to measure Force.

A push or pull on an object.

A support force exerted on an object resting on a solid surfac…

Force

A push or a pull.

Newtons (N)

Units used to measure Force.

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

Newton's first law

Newton's 2nd Law

Newton's 3rd

QUANTITIES OF MOTION

Objects at rest will remain at rest and objects in motion will…

when an unbalanced force is present on an object, it will acce…

For every action force, there is always an opposite and equal…

..

Newton's first law

Objects at rest will remain at rest and objects in motion will…

Newton's 2nd Law

when an unbalanced force is present on an object, it will acce…

Reflection

Refraction

Snell's Law

Total Internal Reflection

Angle of incidence is equal to angle of reflection.

Change of direction of propagation when going from one medium…

n1 Sin(i) = n2 Sin(r)

Light goes from larger refraction index to lower and angle of…

Reflection

Angle of incidence is equal to angle of reflection.

Refraction

Change of direction of propagation when going from one medium…

Hooke's Law

Power is ...

Work is...

Rate of flow depends on ...

....Says that Extension is proportional to force

.....Work done per second and also it is ...Force X velocity

......force X distance

.......Viscosity

Hooke's Law

....Says that Extension is proportional to force

Power is ...

.....Work done per second and also it is ...Force X velocity

quantum

phenomena

absolute zero

Acceleration

is the minimum amount of any physical entity involved in an in…

a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable

Zero on the thermodynamic temperature scale, or 0 K (kelvin),…

The (instantaneous) rate of change of velocity in respects to…

quantum

is the minimum amount of any physical entity involved in an in…

phenomena

a fact, occurrence, or circumstance observed or observable

Best-fit line

Proportional graph

Systematic error

Random error

Line that passes through all the error bars.

STRAIGHT LINE that passes through ALL THE ERROR BARS and THE O…

Is when every data point deviates from the "correct" value by…

Is when every data point deviates from the "correct" value by…

Best-fit line

Line that passes through all the error bars.

Proportional graph

STRAIGHT LINE that passes through ALL THE ERROR BARS and THE O…

V=IR

P=IV

P=i^2R

Thermistor

Formula for working out Voltage

Working out power if you know current and voltage

How to workout power if you know current and resistance

V=IR

Formula for working out Voltage

P=IV

Working out power if you know current and voltage

What was Geiger and Marsden's experimen…

What factors did the amount of deflecti…

What did Rutherford deduce from the Gei…

What is the meaning of the term 'fissil…

A beam of alpha particles was fired at a gold leaf. A zinc sul…

The speed of the alpha particles (faster particles are deflect…

Rutherford deduced that the atom is mostly empty space - the p…

If an isotope is fissile then it can be split into lighter ele…

What was Geiger and Marsden's experimen…

A beam of alpha particles was fired at a gold leaf. A zinc sul…

What factors did the amount of deflecti…

The speed of the alpha particles (faster particles are deflect…

Reflection

Refraction

Real Image

Virtual Image

when a wave hits a boundary between one medium and another and…

when the wave changes direction as they enter a different medi…

when the light from an object comes together to form an image…

when the rays diverge so the light from the image appears to c…

Reflection

when a wave hits a boundary between one medium and another and…

Refraction

when the wave changes direction as they enter a different medi…

Absolute zero

Acceleration

Air resistance

Alpha

the lowest temperature possible

The rate at which an object increases in speed

the opposition to motion due to air friction

a radioactive particle made of two protons and two neutrons

Absolute zero

the lowest temperature possible

Acceleration

The rate at which an object increases in speed

Energy flows from hot to cold. The flow…

What is the Doppler effect?

dark objects are...... light objects are...

what are sound waves? What are echos?

larger the difference in temperature

When a source moves towards, the wavelength decreases and the…

good emitters and absorbers of light... poor emitters and absorbe…

longitudinal... reflection of sound waves

Energy flows from hot to cold. The flow…

larger the difference in temperature

What is the Doppler effect?

When a source moves towards, the wavelength decreases and the…

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.