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Physics Quiz #16

The quiz tomorrow in both physics classes will be over energy. You should know how to calculate both potential and kinetic energy. You should know the following terms: work; potential energy; kinetic energy; energy; joules; inertia; momentum.

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Foundations of Physics #7

The test tomorrow is over momentum and conversation of momentum. There are 20 gedanken questions; 2 simple momentum problems; 2 impulse problems and 1 conservation of momentum problems.  

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Physics Test #7

The test tomorrow is over momentum and conversation of momentum. There are 20 gedanken questions; 3 simple momentum problems; 3 impulse problems and 2 conservation of momentum problems. The extra credit is like the problem Matt did in class.

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IPC Quiz #17

The quiz tomorrow will be over chemical bonding. You should be able to: recognize ionic and covalent compounds, write formulas for ions, and list the properties of covalent and ionic compounds. Know these terms: polar covalent bond, octet rule, molecule, ionic bond, covalent bond, formula unit, and chemical bond.

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Physics #7 Study Guide Key

Here is the Physics Study Guide Key. physics_study_guide_07_key I am going to give you a shortened version of the test and call it a quiz. So, Physics will take quiz #14 and Foundations will take quiz #12.

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IPC Quiz #16

The quiz this Thursday is on chemical bonding. You should know the octet rule, how to determine charge and the number of bonds. You should be able to draw Lewis dot symbols. You should know the following: chemical bond, covalent bond, electronegativity, ion, ionic bond, molecule and oxidation number.  You should be able to recognize…

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Chemistry Quiz #21

Thursday’s quiz will be on electron configuration and orbital notation. You should know how to recognize an element by its electron configuration. You should be able to write out an element’s configuration and orbital notation. You shoud know the Aufbau principle, Hund’s rule and Pauli’s exclusion principle. The extra credit is about writing an electron’s…

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ISIM Pop Quest Key

Click on the page you want to view. popquest_1 popquest_2

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Chemistry Study Guide #8

Here is the key for study guide #8 Chem study guide 08_key

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