Safety and Power
#1. fuse - a device which contains a metal wire (or some other conductor) which melts or ruptures when too much current flows through it #2. circuit breaker - contains a bimetallic strip (this is ju...
daliahgirl|7 years ago|±0|6 views
#1. How Long? - t=sec=time #2. How Far? - x or d = m = distance #3. How High? - x or d = m = distance #4. Newton's 1st Law - An object in motion stays in motion unless an unbalanced force acts u...
slaurence|5 years ago|±0|15 views
Motion Key Words
#1. a - Acceleration - Change In Velocity ~ V - U / T m/s² #2. d - Distance - Displacement from one position to another ~ Speed x Time m #3. s - Speed - The rate of movement ~ Distance / Time m/h ...
josephine_foong|8 years ago|±0|12 views
CP Row 1
#1. <P>Harm 01.1 How many steps would the average visitor take during a day at Cedar Point?</P> - <P>a) 100 b) 1,000 c) 10,000 d) 100,000 e) 1,000,000</P> #2. <P><P>&lt;P&gt;Harm 02.1&a...
harmto|5 years ago|±0|0 views
Electricity Key Words
#1. Potential Difference - A measure of the work done or energy transferred by each coulomb of charge that passes through it. The unit of potential difference is the volt (V). #2. Resistance - Resis...
danialazhar|7 years ago|±0|16 views
#1. What is a nucleon? - A particle found in the nucleus. i.e. a neutron or proton #2. What is the charge of a proton? - +1 #3. What is the relative mass of an electron? - About 1/2000 (very small)...
sirio|5 years ago|±0|12 views
#1. Charge - Number of electrons. #2. Current - Flow of charge. #3. Potential difference - A measure of the work done or energy transfered to an indicator by each coulomb of charge that passes thro...
ShumRuiZhi|7 years ago|±0|27 views
Physics Ch 2 Formulas
#1. PD - nt #2. SPL - Nλ #3. DF - PD/PRP #4. T - 1/F #5. λ - C/F #6. D - M/V #7. DF - TA/PA #8. TA - I/PRP #9. PA - I/PD #10. I - P/A #11. a - 1/2 * F * L #12. Z - P*C #13. Intensity is pr...
ksmith119|5 years ago|±0|42 views
Ultrasound Physics (unfinished)
#1. Spatial Peak, Pulse Average (Isppa) - measured at the location where intensity is maximum, averaged over the transmit time (pulse duration) #2. Typical values of Ultrasound - clinical i...
simplyme126|8 years ago|±0|55 views
Physics Ch 2 Units
#1. Power - Watts W #2. Impedance - Rayals #3. Intensity - W/cm^2 #4. Wavelength - Distance mm #5. Propigation Speed - mmm/us m/s #6. SPL - Distance mm #7. PRF - Hz/s #8. PRP - Time ms #9. DF ...
ksmith119|5 years ago|±0|27 views