8 types of energy and PE, KE
This is for the Quiz on 11/18 in Mr. Moore's Physical Science...
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#1. Vibration - What generates the sound #2. Pitch - frequency of sound #3. amplitude - measure of its change over a single period #4. Frequency - number of occurrences of a repeating event per un...
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36 General Theory of Relativity
#1. Compared to special relativity, general relativity is more concerned with A) acceleration. B) gravitation. C) space-time geometry. D) all of these E) none of these - D) all of these Topic: Gener...
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Physics Key Words
#1. Transverse - Transverse waves, the oscillations (vibrations) are at right angles to the direction of travel and energy transfer. #2. Longitudinal - In longitudinal waves, the oscillations are al...
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Physics sci-pad notes
These are annotated notes into flash cards relating the internal and information from the sci-pad.
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#1. What is Chemistry? - The study of matter and the changes it undergoes #2. What is matter? - anything that occupies space and has mass #3. What makes up matter? - Atoms #4. What did John Dalton ...
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#1. Amplitude - Half the height of a complete wave. Teh soundwave of a loud sound hase a large amplitude. #2. Frequency - The number of waves passing each point per second. #3. Hertz - The unit of ...
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#1. Gravitational potential Energy - GPE=m*g*h #2. Kinetic Energy - KE=1/2*m*v^2 #3. Joules - Unit to measure energy #4. Velocity (m/s) - Speed but with directions #5. Transfer - Change from one ...
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#1. Gravitational Potential Energy - It is the energy an object possesses because of its position in a gravitational field. #2. Kinetic Energy - It is the energy an object possesses due to i...
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Energy Unit Part 2
This part includes notes from section IV. Thermal Energy to the Greenhouse effect.
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