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Questions 8-11 A ball is thrown straight up.

In the following questions you are asked to

analyze the motion of the ball after it is released until right before it returns to the ground.
Neglect any effects from air.
8) What is the Velocity of the ball at the highest point?
A- Zero
9) What is the acceleration of the ball on the way up?
C- 9.8 m/s2 downward
10) What is the acceleration of the ball at the highest point?
C- 9.8 m/s2 downward
11) What is the acceleration of the ball on the way back down?
C- 9.8 m/s2 downward
21) Power is ___
D- A and B (Energy over time and rate of doing work)
22) By how much does the gravitational force between two objects change when you double
the distance between them?
C- It is ¼ what it was
23) What would you say to a person who said the reason astronauts are weightless in orbit
was because there is no gravity there?
C- Wrong because they just seem weightless since their ship is falling at the same
rate they are

Test 2
1) The force on an object divided by the area over which it is applied
2) Heat movement by bulk motion in a fluid
3) Heat transfer across open space
4) A force equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by an object
5) A measure of how easily the fluid flows
6) What type of wave is the sound wave?
A longitudinal compression wave
7) If you increase the amplitude of the sound wave, What else will happen?
8) Which of the following is not a conserved quantity on physics (D)
a) Mass-energy
b) Charge
c) Momentum
d) Force
9) Kinetic energy depends on an objects
10) Potential Energy depends on an objects
11) If a wave has a frequency of 1 Hz, it has a period of
D-1 S.
12) The Doppler effect can be observed when (E)
a) The source of a wave moves towards a stationary observer
b) There is relative motion between the source of a wave and an observer
c) An observer moves towards the stationary source of a wave.
d) Both the source of a wave and an observer are moving towards each other
e) All of the above
Matching: Wave effects (21-25)
13) The wave effect of frequency changes caused by relative motion between a wave source
and an observer
B- Doppler Effect
14) A wave effect resulting from a wave changing speed (and hence direction) at a
boundary between two different media
15) A wave effect occurring when two waves combine at the same place and time
16) A wave effect caused by waves spreading out after passing through a slit or slits
17) The separating of light into its component colors by refraction
C- Dispersion
18) The removal of an electron from an atom leaves a
B- Positive Ion
19) Discrete wavelength of light are emitted by an excited gas because
C- Electron energy levels are quantitized
20) The identity of an atom is determined by its number of
D- Protons
21) The periodic table is most easily understood in terms of the ______Configuration of the
D Electron
7) The most abundant element in the universe is
A- Hydrogen
10) Electrons in the outermost shell are referred to as ___ electrons
A- valence
11) Atoms of which group of elements have seven electrons in the outer shell?
D- Halogens
18) Which of the following compounds would have the greatest covalent character
D- h2
21) An inorganic compound made up of two different elements always has a name that
ends in
B- ide
27) A solution with a pH of 7 is
C- Neutral
29) How many times more acidic is a solution with a pH of 2 than a solution with a pH of 5
D- 1000
32)What kind of compound is a hydrocarbon with an hydroxyl group (likeC2h5(OH))
C- an alcohol
33) What element forms the backbone of all organic compounds and molecules
D- Carbon
3) What part of the cell manages the cell’s energy budget
B- Mitochondria
4) What part of the cell holds the genetic information of the cell
5) What is the process called where a cell splits into two identical copies
C- Mitosis
6) Which of these is not an organic Macromolecule
E- Alcohols
13) How is genotype different from phenotype
B- Genotype is the genetic code and phenotype is how you look
14) What do we call an inherited trait present but not expressed in the offspring
A- recessive
17) What are some evidences for evolution
E- All of the above (moths, DNA, fossils, organ similarities)
18) What is the Pattern of the Linnaean classification system
D- Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
22) The differences in airspeed above and below an airfoil (like a wing) produces what
effect in flight
C- Lift
26) Which of these body systems is responsible for the organs that produce hormones
C- Endocrine
32) What do we call the different levels of the food chain
C- Trophic Levels
33) What do we call organisms who depend on each other to stay alive
A- Symbiotic
34)What do we call he combination of abiotic and biotic features of a given area
35) What terrestrial biome is characterized by ground that remains frozen through part or
all of the year
D- Tundra
36) What happens to the chemicals and materials used in plants and animals, water, and
A- Constantly being recycled

Igneous rock that has cooled and solidified below earths crust is called
when rocks have had their form altered by what and pressure, the new rocks are classified

Geologic evidence that supports the theory of continental drift includes

all of these

The andes Mountains are examples of which type of mountains?


the alps in central Europe are examples of

folded mountains

the grand Teton mountains in Wyoming are examples of

fault-block mountains

the type of clouds often responsible for thunderstorms is


what do we call wearing away of the earths surface by water?


the boundary between two air masses is called a


what will be the prevailing wind direction in areas between 30° and 60° North latitude?

what is the nickname for the area surrounding the equator where winds are unpredictable
and produce a generally lower pressure?
the doldrums

Universe keeps expanding

Heat death
Spectral class of sun
M,V,E,M,J,S,N, P
Clear evidence of expantion
Red shifty
Solar eclipse
New moon
June 21
Summer solstace
Largest planet

What are the phases of the moon?

Relative distance

What causes the seasons?

Tilt of the earth

What are the spectral class categories of stars?

Largest distance in space