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June 05
Physics 122 exam outline

Physics 122

June 2019

Exam outline


Dynamics extension

·         add and subtract vectors

·         equilibrium

·         pulleys

·         inclined planes

·         torque and static equilibrium

·         Collisions and explosions (momentum)

·         Energy and momentum in collisions (elastic and inelastic)

·         Law of conservation of momentum

Projectiles, circular motion and universal gravitation

·         Projectile Motion

§  Launched Horizontally

§  Launched at an angle

§  Symmetrical Trajectories

·         Simple Harmonic Motion

·         Pendulums

·         Masses on a spring​ 

·         Circular motion

·         Banked curves

·         Universal gravitation

·         Kepler’s Laws

·         Geostationary orbits

·         Perturbing orbits

·         Microgravity

·         Newton’s Mountain

Fields

·         Electric potential difference

·         Electric current

·         Current vs electron flow

·         Elementary charge

·         Electric circuits

·         Ohm’s Law

·         Factors affecting the resistance of conductors (resistivity)

·         Series circuit

·         Parallel circuit

·         Complex circuits

·         Internal resistance

·         Magnetic poles

·         Magnetic domains

·         Electric charges and magnetic poles

·         Right hand rules (3 of them)

·         Motor force


 

June 05
10AB & 9/10C science

Science

June 2019

Exam outline


Ecosystems


  • Silence of the frogs

  • Extinction in the modern world

  • Canada’s endangered species

  • Ecology

  • Cycling of organic matter

  • Carbon cycle, nitrogen cycle, phosphorous cycle, energy flow

  • Deforestation

  • Canadian Biomes

Chemical reactions

  • naming ionic compounds (includes polyatomics)

  • formulas for ionic compounds (includes polyatomics)

  • Naming molecular compounds

  • Formulas for molecular compounds

  • Writing Word Equations

  • Balancing Equations

  • Law of Conservation of Mass

  • Types of Chemical Reactions (5)

  • Factors that affect the rate of reactions (temperature, surface area, catalyst, concentration)

  • Properties of acids and bases

  • Neutralization reactions

  • Formulas for acids and bases

  • pH scale

Motion

  • Significant digits (count, +,-, x, ÷)

  • Average speed

  • Instantaneous speed

  • Acceleration

  • Graphing acceleration

  • Vectors

  • Scientific notation

Weather

  • Earth’s energy balance

  • Seasons and the angle of the Sun

  • The atmosphere

  • Wind

  • Ocean currents

June 05
Physics 112 exam

Physics 112

June 2019

Exam outline


Kinematics

  • Frame of reference (position, displacement, time, velocity)

  • Constant velocity

  • Instantaneous velocity

  • Acceleration

  • Position – time graphs

  • Velocity – time graphs

  • Mathematical models of motion

  • Adding/Subtracting Vectors

  • Inertia/common forces

  • Free Body Diagrams

 

Dynamics

  • Newton’s 3 laws

  • Apparent Weight

  • Momentum

  • Impulse

 

Work and Energy

  • Work and Energy

  • Kinetic energy

  • Potential energy

  • Elastic potential energy

  • Hooke’s Law

  • Conservative and nonconservative forces

  • Conservation of total energy

  • Power

  • Efficiency

Waves

  • Waves

  • Superposition of waves

  • 2- dimensional waves

  • Diffraction of waves

  • Sound

  • Light

  • Snell’s Law

  • Doppler Effect

May 29
6FI Math

​-Review pages 268, 272 and 273.

May 28
10E Visual Arts

​Students are finishing their full-colour watercolour paintings and moving on to the zentangle project. 

The final deadline for all art work is lunch time on exam day. The exam is one hour long, but students with incomplete artwork will be required to stay and finish their work. 

May 28
9/10 C & 10AB English

Due Thursday (if not already submitted):​

Figurative Language Cards

Rhyming Narrative Poem

May 28
112--Essay Timeline

*Tuesday, May 28—Select topic from available options (first-come, first-served via random draw); brainstorm ideas; select supporting quotes; use the graphic organizer to help organize your ideas. Some of this may need to be done outside of class.

*Wednesday, May 29—Outline due end of class—Include draft of introductory paragraph containing your thesis statement.

*Thursday, May 30—Writing draft; include quotes as needed.

*Friday, May 31—Drafting; all quotes should be added at this point. Pay attention to formatting.

*Monday, June 3—Typed draft due, if you want teacher feedback. You should ask for feedback as you write during the week. Note: 157 available during AIT today.

*Tuesday, June 4—Revise, edit, proofread. Note: 157 available during AIT today.

Wednesday, June 5—Essay due @ 8:15AM (Yay! No essay on the exam!)

May 28
112--Owl Purdue MLA Site link
May 21
10Ab & 9/10C Science test - May 29, 2019

Test outline – Wednesday, May 29, 2019

  • Significant digits (count, +,-, x, ÷)

  • Average speed

  • Instantaneous speed

  • Acceleration

  • Graphing acceleration

  • Vectors

  • Scientific notation

May 15
Physics 112 test - May 23, 3019

Test outline – May 23, 2019

  • Momentum
  • Impulse

  • Work and Energy

  • Kinetic energy

  • Potential energy

  • Elastic potential energy

  • Hooke’s Law

  • Conservative and nonconservative forces

  • Conservation of total energy

  • Power

  • Efficiency

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