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3. Physics Practice Questions Chapter 6
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1) Which of the following has the largest momentum relative t…
2) The difference between impulse and impact force involves t…
3) It is correct to say that impulse is equal to... A) momentum…
4) The impulse-momentum relationship is a direct result of... A…
B
1) Which of the following has the largest momentum relative t…
B
2) The difference between impulse and impact force involves t…
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Physics Chapter 6 more practice
Do all waves require a medium do propa…
Does blue or red on the spectrum have…
Does blue or red on the spectrum have…
what is the chief physical property th…
No, electronic waves do not need a medium
blue
red
frequency
Do all waves require a medium do propa…
No, electronic waves do not need a medium
Does blue or red on the spectrum have…
blue
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AP Physics 1 Chapter 6 Practice Questions
Two men, Joel and Jerry, push against…
A simple pendulum, consisting of a mas…
A simple pendulum, consisting of a mas…
What was the total work done on you by…
Neither of them do any work.
zero
5.4 m/s
Zero
Two men, Joel and Jerry, push against…
Neither of them do any work.
A simple pendulum, consisting of a mas…
zero
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Chapter 6 Physical Science Practice
What are Elements?
What's a mixture?
What's a compound?
What are the models of compounds?
Elements are made of individual atoms, and cannot be broken d…
Mixtures are different substances just placed together. Subst…
A compound is two or more elements bonded together. They have…
Ball and stick, Space filling, and Structural formula
What are Elements?
Elements are made of individual atoms, and cannot be broken d…
What's a mixture?
Mixtures are different substances just placed together. Subst…
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Chapter 6 Practice Test Physics Terms
Force
Action-Reaction Forces
Kinematics
Friction
any push or pull on an object
forces generated that are equal in magnitude and opposite in…
the branch of classical mechanics that describes the motion o…
the force that opposes the motion of an object
Force
any push or pull on an object
Action-Reaction Forces
forces generated that are equal in magnitude and opposite in…
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Physics 1 Chapter 6 Practice Problems
When a car goes around a circular curv…
When an object moves in uniform circul…
When a car goes around a banked circul…
A 1000-kg car is moving at 30 m/s arou…
B) the friction force from the road
C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.
A) the normal force from the road
A) 9000 N
When a car goes around a circular curv…
B) the friction force from the road
When an object moves in uniform circul…
C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.
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laws impacting physical therapist practice chapter 6
a clinicians inappropriate action can…
clinicians go to criminal court if
clinicians go to civil court if
clinicians go to licensing board if
criminal court civil court licensing board or professional or…
a crime has been committed
health care malpractice occurs
a practice act has been violated
a clinicians inappropriate action can…
criminal court civil court licensing board or professional or…
clinicians go to criminal court if
a crime has been committed
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Physics 1 Chapter 6 Practice Problems
When a car goes around a circular curv…
When an object moves in uniform circul…
When a car goes around a banked circul…
A 1000-kg car is moving at 30 m/s arou…
B) the friction force from the road
C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.
A) the normal force from the road
A) 9000 N
When a car goes around a circular curv…
B) the friction force from the road
When an object moves in uniform circul…
C) is directed toward the center of its circular path.
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Chapter 6 Practice Questions
e elasticity in the vicinity of five d…
If the elasticity of demand coefficien…
Demand tends to be more elastic, the g…
The elasticity of supply is defined as…
C 1.0
That for every 6% increase in quantity, there will be a 1% de…
True
Percentage; percentage
e elasticity in the vicinity of five d…
C 1.0
If the elasticity of demand coefficien…
That for every 6% increase in quantity, there will be a 1% de…
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Ch 6 Physics Practice
A containing ship, a bullet.... Either of…
A pickup truck speeding along a highway.
twice
Momentum
Which has the greater momentum when moving?
Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to E…
A freight train along a track with considerable momentum. If…
A same-size iron ball and wooden ball are dropped simultaneou…
A containing ship, a bullet.... Either of…
Which has the greater momentum when moving?
A pickup truck speeding along a highway.
Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to E…
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Physics Chapter 6: Sound
amplitude
crest
Doppler effect
frequency
the distance from a wave's resting position to its crest or t…
the highest point of a wave
the apparent change in the frequency of a wave because the so…
the number of waves that pass a fixed point in a set amount o…
amplitude
the distance from a wave's resting position to its crest or t…
crest
the highest point of a wave
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CHS Physical Science Chapter 6 Test Practice
heat engine
heat movers
insulator
radiation
A device that converts thermal energy into mechanical energy.
Refrigerators and air conditioners are examples of _____.
A material that reduces the flow of heat.
The type of heat movement that does not require matter.
heat engine
A device that converts thermal energy into mechanical energy.
heat movers
Refrigerators and air conditioners are examples of _____.
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Physical Science Chapter 6
Static Electricity
Law of conservation of charge
Electric field
Conductor
is the accumulation of excess electric charge on an object.
states that charge can be transferred from object to object,…
surrounds every electric charge and exerts the force that cau…
is a material through which electrons move easily.
Static Electricity
is the accumulation of excess electric charge on an object.
Law of conservation of charge
states that charge can be transferred from object to object,…
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Physical Science Chapter 6
chemical bond
chemical formula
compound
covalent bonds
The bond that hold two atoms together
the combination of two or more elements
a bonding of elements by sharing electrons.
chemical bond
The bond that hold two atoms together
chemical formula
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Physical Science Chapter 6
Solution
Suspension
Colloid
Solvent
a homogenous mixture that is wel mixed
a mixture where particles can be seen and separated easily by…
a heterogeneous mixture affect the path of light by scatterin…
the part of the solution that is present in a greater amount
Solution
a homogenous mixture that is wel mixed
Suspension
a mixture where particles can be seen and separated easily by…
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Chapter 6 practice (questions)
A nationality is
Race is often described as
Most of the conflict in Africa is wide…
Which is the most dramatic change in t…
a group of people tied to a place through legal status and tr…
identification with a group that purports to share a biologic…
colonial boundaries in the midst of numerous ethnic and natio…
relocation to northern cities
A nationality is
a group of people tied to a place through legal status and tr…
Race is often described as
identification with a group that purports to share a biologic…
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physical science chapter 6
balance
chemical equation
chemical reaction
coefficient
to keep the number of atoms the same on both side of the equa…
a statement that uses symbol, formulas, and number to stand f…
a chemical change in which elements are combined or rearranged
a number placed before a formula in a chemical equation
balance
to keep the number of atoms the same on both side of the equa…
chemical equation
a statement that uses symbol, formulas, and number to stand f…
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Chapter 6 Ecosystems Vocabulary Practice
ecosystem
habitat
population
community
all the living and nonliving things in an area and their inte…
the place that provides all the living things an organism nee…
a group of organisms of one species that live in an area at t…
the group of all populations in an area
ecosystem
all the living and nonliving things in an area and their inte…
habitat
the place that provides all the living things an organism nee…
Physical Science Chapter 6
matter
chemistry
physical property
chemical property
Anything that has mass and takes up space
The study of matter and how matter changes
The characteristics of a substance that can be observed witho…
A characteristic of a pure substance that describes its abili…
matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
The study of matter and how matter changes
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Physics Conceptual Questions (Exam #4 Practice) Chapter 6
CHAPTER 6: Two objects of masses m1 an…
CHAPTER 6: A boy standing at one end o…
CHAPTER 6: A car and a large truck tra…
CHAPTER 6: An object of mass m moves t…
P1< P2 ... Explanation: ... Since kinetic energy = (mv^2)/2, we hav…
moves toward the shore... Explanation: because the boy moves to…
the change in magnitude of momentum is the same for both... Exp…
0... Explanation: momentum of second object = 3m*(v/3) = mv ... to…
CHAPTER 6: Two objects of masses m1 an…
P1< P2 ... Explanation: ... Since kinetic energy = (mv^2)/2, we hav…
CHAPTER 6: A boy standing at one end o…
moves toward the shore... Explanation: because the boy moves to…
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Physics Chapter 6
Formula for centripetal acceleration (…
Formula for centripetal acceleration
Formula for frequency
Velocity in regards to radians
Formula for centripetal acceleration (…
Formula for centripetal acceleration
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Physics: Chapter 6
rotational motion
angular displacement
angular displacement equation
angular position
object spinning
the angle through which a point, line, or body is rotated in…
radian= changes in arc length/radius
the angle that a point, line, or body forms with respect to s…
rotational motion
object spinning
angular displacement
the angle through which a point, line, or body is rotated in…
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Physics- Chapter 6 Terminology
Gravitational Constant
Inverse Square Law
Gravitational Field
Gravitational Field Strength
A constant that appears in the universal law of gravitation;…
A mathematical relationship in which one variable is proporti…
A collection of vectors, one at each point in space, that det…
The magnitude of the gravitational field vector at a point in…
Gravitational Constant
A constant that appears in the universal law of gravitation;…
Inverse Square Law
A mathematical relationship in which one variable is proporti…
Physics Chapter 6
directly proportional
inversely proportional
Newton's 2nd law of motion
What mathematical equation expresses N…
if one is increases, the other increases and vice versa
if one increases, the other decreases and vice versa
acceleration is directly proportional to force, but inversely…
F = ma
directly proportional
if one is increases, the other increases and vice versa
inversely proportional
if one increases, the other decreases and vice versa
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Physical Science Chapter 6
periodic law
group
family
period
law that states that the physical and chemical properties of…
column of elements in the periodic table; family
column of elements in the periodic table; group
horizontal row of elements in the periodic table
periodic law
law that states that the physical and chemical properties of…
group
column of elements in the periodic table; family
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College Physics Chapter 6
Uniform Circular Motion
Pure rotational motion
Pure translational motion
Pit
Motion in a circular path at constant speed.
Occurs when points in an object move in circular paths entere…
motion with no rotation.
...
Uniform Circular Motion
Motion in a circular path at constant speed.
Pure rotational motion
Occurs when points in an object move in circular paths entere…
Physics Chapter 6 Vocabulary
projectile
trajectory
a projectile launched horizontally...
when a projectile is launched at an an…
any object which once projected continues in motion by its ow…
path is a parabola
has no initial vertical velocity
the initial velocity has a vertical component as well as a ho…
projectile
any object which once projected continues in motion by its ow…
trajectory
path is a parabola
Physical Science Chapter 6 Energy
joule
energy
potential energy
kinetic energy
the SI unit for energy and work
the ability to do work; positive scalar quantity measured in…
the energy of a system due to its position or condition; a fo…
the energy of motion which depends only on the system's mass…
joule
the SI unit for energy and work
energy
the ability to do work; positive scalar quantity measured in…
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Physics Chapter 6
Sound travels through which different…
Attenuation
Amplification
Decibel notation
Gel... Skin ... Fat... Muscle... Liver, gallbladder, etc.
Weakening of the waveform as it travels through a medium
Strengthening of the signal
Measurement that reports attenuation or amplification
Sound travels through which different…
Gel... Skin ... Fat... Muscle... Liver, gallbladder, etc.
Attenuation
Weakening of the waveform as it travels through a medium
Ch 6 Physics Practice
A containing ship, a bullet.... Either of…
A pickup truck speeding along a highway.
twice
Momentum
Which has the greater momentum when moving?
Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to E…
A freight train along a track with considerable momentum. If…
A same-size iron ball and wooden ball are dropped simultaneou…
A containing ship, a bullet.... Either of…
Which has the greater momentum when moving?
A pickup truck speeding along a highway.
Which of the following has the largest momentum relative to E…
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Chapter 6 Practice Problems
Rewrite with an exponent: 7×7×7×7
Rewrite with an exponent: 8×8×8×8×8×8×…
(¼)²
0.5³
7⁴
8⁹
¹/₁₆
0.125
Rewrite with an exponent: 7×7×7×7
7⁴
Rewrite with an exponent: 8×8×8×8×8×8×…
8⁹
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Physical Science Chapter 6
matter
chemistry
physical property
chemical property
Anything that has mass and takes up space
The study of matter and how matter changes
The characteristics of a substance that can be observed witho…
A characteristic of a pure substance that describes its abili…
matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
The study of matter and how matter changes
IGCSE Physics Chapter 6
Gravitational Potential Energy
Chemical energy
Electrical energy
Nuclear energy
Energy something has because of its position
A store of energy
Current flows through a component
Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom
Gravitational Potential Energy
Energy something has because of its position
Chemical energy
A store of energy
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Chapter 6 Vocabulary - Physics
wave
transverse waves
longitudinal waves
surface waves
way to transfer energy from one object to another, there are…
mechanical wave, causes the medium to vibrate perpendicular t…
mechanical wave, vibration of the medium is parallel to the d…
mechanical wave, travels along a surface, energy moves forwar…
wave
way to transfer energy from one object to another, there are…
transverse waves
mechanical wave, causes the medium to vibrate perpendicular t…
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Physics Chapter 6 Vocab
Wave
Pulse
Mechanical Wave
Electromagnetic Wave
An oscillation accompanied by a transfer of energy
A single disturbance that travels through a medium, as oppose…
Travels through a medium by oscillating or vibrating particle…
Oscillating electrical and magnetic fields generated by accel…
Wave
An oscillation accompanied by a transfer of energy
Pulse
A single disturbance that travels through a medium, as oppose…
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Physics Chapter 6 (Circuits)
Current
2 types of conductivity
Conductance
SI unit of conductance
Flow of charge between two points at different electrical pot…
Metallic ... Electrolytic
Reciprocal of resistance
Siemens (S) or sometimes siemens per meter (S/m) for conducti…
Current
Flow of charge between two points at different electrical pot…
2 types of conductivity
Metallic ... Electrolytic
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Physics Chapter 6 questions
According to Newton, the greater the m…
A hollow, spherical planet is inhabite…
Passengers in a high-flying jumbo jet…
Rockets that launch satellites into or…
greater the gravitational force between them
non-zero, directed toward the spaceship
without support forces
Hawaii
According to Newton, the greater the m…
greater the gravitational force between them
A hollow, spherical planet is inhabite…
non-zero, directed toward the spaceship
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Physics Chapter 6 equations
Current
Kirchoff's junction rule
Kirchoff's loop rule
Definition of resistance
Current
Kirchoff's junction rule
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Physics Chapter 6
To primary parts of the Xray tube?
External Componets
Xray tube Support: 3 methods
Two perpendicular sets of ceiling moun…
Cathode and anode
Support Structure... Protective housing... Glass or metal Enclosure
Ceiling Support Systems... Floor to ceiling Support system... C-arm…
Ceiling Support System
To primary parts of the Xray tube?
Cathode and anode
External Componets
Support Structure... Protective housing... Glass or metal Enclosure
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Physics chapter 6
Uniform circular motion
period
Frequency
Velocity (speed is constant)
motion of an object with constant speed around a circular pat…
Amount of time needed to make only one complete rotation(T)
number of complete rotations in one time unit... f=1/T
distance/time
Uniform circular motion
motion of an object with constant speed around a circular pat…
period
Amount of time needed to make only one complete rotation(T)
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Chapter 6 Vocab- Physics
Energy
Thermal energy
Temperature
Fahrenheit scale
The ability to do work
Energy that is generated by heat
The average of kinetic energy of particles in an object
freezing point of 32 degrees Fahrenheit and a melting point o…
Energy
The ability to do work
Thermal energy
Energy that is generated by heat
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physics chapter 6
centripetal force
range
center of gravity
rotates
A force that causes an object to move in a circle
Distance between highest and lowest scores in a set of data.
The point at the center of an object's mass.
spins
centripetal force
A force that causes an object to move in a circle
range
Distance between highest and lowest scores in a set of data.
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PHYSICS CHAPTER 6
conductivity
conductance
Metallic conduction
electrolytic conduction
flows only in conductive materials... metallic conductivity: sol…
Siemens (S) = unit ... S/m for conductivity
relies on uniform movement of free electrons in metallic bonds
relies on the ion concentration of a solution
conductivity
flows only in conductive materials... metallic conductivity: sol…
conductance
Siemens (S) = unit ... S/m for conductivity
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Physics Chapter 6
Conductivity
Resistance
Metallic Conductivity
E;ectrolytic Conductivity
Opposite of resisitance
Opposition to the movement and flow of charge
Metal materials allow the flow of electrons freely and evely…
Non-metal materials can be conductors. Ionic solutions will a…
Conductivity
Opposite of resisitance
Resistance
Opposition to the movement and flow of charge
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Physical Science Chapter 6
matter
chemistry
physical property
chemical property
Anything that has mass and takes up space
The study of matter and how matter changes
The characteristics of a substance that can be observed witho…
A characteristic of a pure substance that describes its abili…
matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
The study of matter and how matter changes
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Physics Practice Questions Chapter 4
Which has the greater mass?... A) a king-…
A kilogram is a measure of an object's
Compared to a 1-kg block of solid iron…
Compared to a 1-kg block of solid iron…
B) an automobile battery
mass
D) all of these
E) none of these
Which has the greater mass?... A) a king-…
B) an automobile battery
A kilogram is a measure of an object's
mass
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BJU Physics Chapter 6
Principle of Inertia
Force
Balanced Forces
Unbalanced Forces
States that an object at rest tends to stay at rest, and an o…
An agent that causes or opposes changes in motion of matter,…
When the sum of all simultaneous forces acting on an object e…
Change an object's state of motion.
Principle of Inertia
States that an object at rest tends to stay at rest, and an o…
Force
An agent that causes or opposes changes in motion of matter,…
Physical Science Chapter 6
electrical charge
static electricity
discharge
conductor
one of two kinds of particles, positive or negative, that are…
a build up of electrical charges on an object
a sudden movement of electrical charges from one object to an…
a material that lets electric charges flow through it easily
electrical charge
one of two kinds of particles, positive or negative, that are…
static electricity
a build up of electrical charges on an object
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Physical science chapter 6 vocabulary
chemical bond
chemical structure
bond length
bond angle
the force that holds two atoms together
the arrangement of atoms in a substance
the average distance between the nuclei of two bonded atoms
the angle formed by two bonds to the same atom
chemical bond
the force that holds two atoms together
chemical structure
the arrangement of atoms in a substance
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physics chapter 6
Projectile motion
trajectory
centripetal acceleration
centripetal acceleration equation
a form of motion in which an object or particle is thrown nea…
the path of the projectile through space.
property of the motion of a body traversing a circular path.…
ac=v^2/r or ac=(4pie^2r)/T^2
Projectile motion
a form of motion in which an object or particle is thrown nea…
trajectory
the path of the projectile through space.
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