• # Chapter 15 Energy

In this Chapter students will be able to.., Describe the relationship between work and energy. Relate kinetic energy to mass and speed and calculate these quantities. Analyze how potential energy is related to an object's position and give examples of gravitational and elastic potential energy. Solve equations that relate an object's gravitational potential energy to its mass and height. Give examples of the major forms of energy and explain how each is produced. Describe conversions of energy from one form to another. State and apply the law of conservation of energy. Analyze how energy is conserved in conversions between kinetic energy and potential energy and solve equations that equate initial energy to final energy. Describe the relationship between energy and mass and calculate how much energy is equivalent to a given mass. Classify energy resources as renewable or nonrenewable. Evaluate benefits and drawbacks of different energy sources. Describe ways to conserve energy…

• # Exam

Exam covers chapters 1, 11, 12.1, 12.2, & 12.3 Bring a #2 pencil, your review packet and an index card with any information you would like to use on the exam.

• # Chapter 12 Force and Motion

In this chapter students will: Describe examples of force and identify appropriate SI units used. Explain how the motion of an object is affected when balanced and unbalanced forces act on it. Compare and contrast the four kinds of friction. Describe how Earth's gravity and air resistance affect falling objects. Describe the path of a projectile and identify the forces that produce projectile motion. Describe Newton's first law of motion and its relation to inertia. Describe Newton's second law of motion and use it to calculate acceleration, force, and mass values. Relate the mass of an object to its weight. Explain how action and reaction forces are related according to Newton's  third law of motion. Calculate the momentum of an object and describe what happens when momentum is conserved during a collision. Identify the forms of electromagnetic force that can both attract and repel. Identify and describe the universal forces action within the nucleus. Define Newton's law of universal gravitation and describe the factors affecting gravitational force. Describe centripetal force and the type of motion its…

• # Chapter 11

This chapter is Motion and will consist of the following: Review measurements and units. Review math skills. Review graphing of scientific data. Identify frames of reference and describe how they are used to measure motion. Identify appropriate SI units for measuring distances and speed Distinguish between distance and displacement. Calculate displacement using vector addition. Calculate speed and acceleration. Compare and contrast average speed and instantaneous speed. Interpret distance-time graphs and speed-time graphs Describe how velocities combine. Describe instantaneous…