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Final exam review science Physics 9
Please define all vocabularies on note cards from each chapter
Ch 10
Nuclear fusion
Nuclear Fission
Radioactivity
E=mc2
1. What are some of the benefits and harms associated with nuclear energy?
2. What is radioactivity?
Half-life
Ch 11/12
Acceleration
force
mass
vector
Gravitational force
Centripetal force
displacement
Fluid friction
Momentum
frame of reference
Magnetic force
speed
sliding friction
inertia
Instantaneous speed
Nuclear forces
magnitude
static friction
weight
Projectile motion
1. What are all the equations from Ch 11 regarding average speed, acceleration, weight, momentum and
force?
2. What are the units for velocity, speed, momentum, acceleration, weight, and force?
3. How do you calculate displacement?
4. What are the three laws determined by Isaac Newton regarding motion?
5. What is the equation for momentum? What is the momentum of a 50kg ball rolling down a hill at 10m/s?
6. What is the law of conservation of momentum?
7. What is the equation for Force? What force does an object exert that is 56kg and accelerating at 45m/s2
13. What is the weight of a 320kg person?
14. What information does the slope of a distance-time graph provide? Slope of a speed-time graph?
15. When a pair of balanced forces act on an object, the net force that results is equal to _______.
16. In what direction does friction always act?
17. When a ball is tied to a string and swung around in a circle is it accelerating?
18. What are the forces acting on a falling object?
Ch 15/16
Vocab: Kinetic energy
potential energy
Thermal expansion
conduction
absolute zero
heat
Law of Conservation of energy
gravitational PE
elastic PE
convection
thermal energy
work
chemical energy
radiation
Conductor
1. What type of heat transfer is an electric oven? An electric stove?
3. What types of matter will conduct heat the most? (gas, liquid, solid)
4. What device depends on the property of thermal expansion for functioning?
5. What energy conversions take place in a swinging pendulum?
6. What are the units of temperature?
7. How does heat from the sun reach the earth? Is matter required?
Ch 17
Vocab: mechanical wave transverse wave
Amplitude
wavelength
anti-node
compression
reflection
refraction
destructive interference
inner ear
Doppler effect
medium
diffraction
longitudinal wave surface wave
crest
node
rarefaction
P wave
constructive interference
outer ear
middle ear
frequency
Sonar
1. What type of wave is a P wave?
2. What type of wave behavior causes a wave to bounce back at the same speed and frequency, just a
different direction? Draw this behavior.
3. Draw a longitudinal/sound wave and label the compressions, rarefaction’s, and wavelength.
4. What is the speed of a wave that has a wavelength of 5.0 m and a frequency of 6.0 Hz?
5. Draw the Doppler effect happening in a situation.
6. Draw a wave and label the amplitude, wavelength, crest, rest, and trough.
7. What type of wave results from holding string and shaking back and forth? (also a stadium wave can be
this)
8. What type of wave results from an earthquake?
9. In which medium does a wave travel the fastest?
Ch 18
Vocab: Electromagnetic spectrum
Visible light spectrum
x-rays
radiowaves
microwaves
Infrared rays
gamma rays
ultraviolet
Polarized light
Transparent
translucent
opaque
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How did Michelson measure the speed of light?
Electromagnetic waves vary in ___________________________.
Do light waves act as waves or particles?
What happens as light travels farther from the source?
Draw the electromagnetic spectrum and make sure to show the difference in frequency and
wavelength.
Cell phones use _________________.
What colors make up white light?
What are the primary and secondary colors of light and pigment?
What determines the apparent color of an object?
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