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Chapter 1 test
Our chapter 1 test will be on Friday October 6th. If you know you will be absent that day you can plan on taking the test on Thursday (before or after school), otherwise you will take it on Tuesday.
What do I need to know for my Chapter 1 test?
Vocabulary: word to definition
definition to word
SI units for length, volume (solid and liquid), mass and temperature
8 Steps to writing a lab report
How to create a data table (with supplied data)
How to create a line and/or bar graph from a data table
How do I correct my test
1. Use a separate sheet of paper
2. Put the number of the question you got wrong
3. Write the correct answer AND the page you found that answer on. No page NO credit.
4. No page needed for the graph, table or 8 steps to writing a lab report (on chapter one test)
Chapter 2 test
Our chapter 2 test will be on Thursday Oct. 26th
What do I need to know for my Chapter 2 test?
vocabulary: word to definition, definition to word
Density formula and how to use it
How to find volume, regular and irregular shaped solids
T chart showing 4 comparisons between mass and weight
Layering liquids by density
Signs of chemical change
What is a characteristic property?
Chapter 3 test
Our chapter 3 test is going to be on Friday 11/17
What do I need to know for my chapter 3 test?
Vocabulary; word to def. and def. to word
Charles law and Boyles law-how to use the formula (I will give you the formula)
Change of state diagram (words and exothermic or endothermic)
Arrangement and movement of molecules in a solid, liquid and gas
Chapter 10 test
Our chapter 10 test will be on Thursday 12/14
What do i need to know for my Chapter 10 test
1. Vocabulary: word to definition, definition to word
2. How to use the specific heat formula to find heat energy, specific heat, mass or change in temperature
3. Use temperature conversion formula's to find Celsius, Kelvin and Fahrenheit
4. What does the Temperature vs. Energy graph show us?
Chapter 4 test
Our chapter 4 test is set for Friday 1/19
What do I need to know for my chapter 4 test?
1. Vocabulary: word to def, def to word
2. How to calculate concentration: g of solute/ml of solvent
3. 3 categories of mixtures AND 3 characteristics of each
4. Create a T table comparing compounds and mixtures (3 comparisons)
5. Balancing chemical equations
6. Identify the Elements which make up a compound AND the number of atoms of each you have
7. Orbital notation: electron filling
8. Longhand Notations: electron filling
9. Identifying elements according to the number of electrons, protons and neutrons
10. Label the parts of an atom
11. Identify information found in a square on the periodic table.
Chapter 4 test
Chapter 4 tests were returned and need to be correct tonight and returned tomorrow in order to earn points back. Page numbers where the correct answers where found must be noted to get credit. No pages needed for atomic structure, electron configuration and periodic table questions.
Chapter 5 test
Our chapter 5 test will be on Friday 3/2
What do I need to know for my chapter 5 test?
1. Vocabulary: Definition to word, word to definition
2. 3 differences between mass and weight (T table)
3. difference between speed and velocity
4. How to calculate: average speed, average acceleration, net force, mass and weight on another planet
Term 3
Grades close on April 4th. Late homework from chapter 6 and late labs from the semester will be excepted until then 3pm on 4/4
Chapter 6 test
Our chapter 6 test will be on Thursday 4/12
What do I need to know for my chapter 6 test?
Vocabulary: Word to def and def to word
Newtons 3 labs
RELATE a lab to each of Newtons laws
How to calculate:
time change in velocity = gxt g is constant 9.8
m/s/s
velocity same formula as above
acceleration F=mxa
Momentum P=mxv
Use this to study:
http://quizlet.com/_41p63d
chapter 9 test
Our chapter 9 test will be on Friday May 18th.
What do I need to know for my chapter 9 test?
1. Vocabulary: Word to Def., Def to Word
2. Different types of Energy: Kinetic, Potential, mechanical, gravitational potential , light, sound, thermal, electrical
3. Perpetual motion
4. Identify area's of the most potential energy and kinetic energy
5. How to use the potential and kinetic energy formula's
6. Difference between renewable and non renewable resources. 2 examples of each.
chapter 18 test/notebook check
Our chapter 18 test will be on Thursday 6/7 and our final notebook check of the year will be on Friday 6/8
What do I need to know for my chapter 18 test?
Vocabulary; word to def. and def. to word
Force fields around a bar magnet
4 groups of magnets
How many poles does a magnet have? Names of poles
How does a compass work?
How could you make an electromagnet
3 properties of magnets
2 ways to increase the strength of an electromagnet