#### Physics and FOP Quiz #5

Quiz 5 is over forces and acceleration. Most the problems will be about F=ma. There are 7 thinking type questions and 2-3 word problems.

#### Physics and FOP Quiz #4

Quiz #4 is over velocity and acceleration. You should know the following terms: weight, velocity, acceleration, displacement, gravity, distance and speed. Be able to work velocity and acceleration problems. The important equations will be the acceleration, velocity and motion equations.

#### IPC Quiz #4

Quiz #4 is over scientific measurements including significant figures, scientific notation, accuracy and precision. You should know the following terms: volume, mass, density, accuracy, precision, scientific notation, significant figures. Be able to write scientific notation and determine significant figures. #respectthezero

#### Chemistry Test #2 Study Guide Key

Here is the link for the study guide key. chemistry_study_guide_02

#### Chemistry Density Lab

The specific gravity value for lead is 11.36 and the unknown liquid is .93

#### Chemistry Quiz #5

Alright, this quiz is on significant figures and recording data. There will be a mess of sig fig problems, a measuring and recording problem, and a few metric conversion problems. Study and be prepared. Remember #respectthezero How many millimeters in a kilometer?

#### IPC Quiz #3

Quiz #3 is on the metric system and includes the following vocabulary: milli, centi, kilo-, Celsuis, liter, meter, and gram. You should know the rules for metric conversions. Large to small – multiply – move the decimal to the right Small to large – divide – move the decimal to the left The body temperature…

#### Physics Support System

The after school physics lab will be Monday, September 12. Come by and ask me for advice and get extra information.

#### Chemistry Lab #4

You will this information for calculating your percent error. Aluminum Density is 2.70 g/mL Aluminum Thickness .0024 cm

#### Chemistry Quiz #4

This quiz is over scientific measurements. Be sure you know the following prefixes: milli, kilo, centi, mega, nano and pico. You should know the following terms: accuracy, precision, SI, CGS, Metric, qualitative, quantitative, and error. Remember the most famous man in the 1700’s was probably Ben Franklin.