Download 9th Physical Science

yes no Was this document useful for you?
   Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the workof artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Document related concepts

Transistor–transistor logic wikipedia , lookup

Radio transmitter design wikipedia , lookup

Negative resistance wikipedia , lookup

Valve RF amplifier wikipedia , lookup

Integrated circuit wikipedia , lookup

Josephson voltage standard wikipedia , lookup

TRIAC wikipedia , lookup

Flexible electronics wikipedia , lookup

Operational amplifier wikipedia , lookup

CMOS wikipedia , lookup

Schmitt trigger wikipedia , lookup

Power electronics wikipedia , lookup

Voltage regulator wikipedia , lookup

Switched-mode power supply wikipedia , lookup

Power MOSFET wikipedia , lookup

Multimeter wikipedia , lookup

Current source wikipedia , lookup

Resistive opto-isolator wikipedia , lookup

Opto-isolator wikipedia , lookup

Network analysis (electrical circuits) wikipedia , lookup

Rectiverter wikipedia , lookup

Surge protector wikipedia , lookup

Current mirror wikipedia , lookup

Ohm's law wikipedia , lookup

9th Physical Science
Week of Nov 30th rd – Dec 04th
 Freshman Anti-Bullying Day
•Lab: Energy Skate Park (Part 1)
•Lab: Energy Skate Park (Part 2)
 Introduction: Chapter 16 – Electricity
 Guided Reading – Chapter 16
 (Due day before Chapter Assessment)
 Section 16.1: Open & Closed Circuits WkSht
 Homework: Ben Franklin WkSht
• I can explain and calculate the relationship between current,
voltage, resistance, and power in a simple Circuit.
• I can define common electricity terms such as current, voltage,
resistance, power.
• I can measure current and voltage in a circuit.
• I can apply Ohm's Law to calculate voltage, current or
• I can identify circuits as series, parallel, or combination.
• I can calculate total resistance in simple series, simple parallel
and combination (advanced learner) circuits.
• I can calculate percent error from an experimentally obtained
value to a theoretically calculated value.
• I can compare the theoretical value of a voltage or current in a
simple circuit to the actual value obtained with a multimeter.
• Next Quiz / Test: Thursday December 17th
• It will cover: Chapter 16,
• You will need to know: Electricity
– Ohm’s Law [ I = V / R
– Series Circuits:
R=V/I ]
• Kirchhoff’s Voltage Law: VTotal = V1 + V2 + ……
• Rtotal = R1 + R2 + ……
• Current – Same throughout
– Parallel Circuits:
• Kirchhoff’s Current Law: ITotal = I1 + I2 + ……
• Voltage - same in each branch