_______ 54 SCIENCE 10 PHYSICS FINAL EXAM November 2013 Specific Curriculum Outcomes: Analyse through experiments, graphically and quantitatively, the relationship among displacement, time and velocity (325-2, 215-2) Describe the relationship among distance, time and average speed of an object’s linear motion (325-1, 212-7) Useful Formulae: Displacement Time Interval Velocity Part I _______ Multiple Choice: Select the best response for each of the following questions. 17 Clearly shade the letter of your response in the bubbles provided. 1. Distance is A. described with both magnitude and direction. B. a scalar quantity.
Or Reaction w/ hot H20: None Litmus test: R-turned blue, B-None Dilute HCI: Bubbling Dilute NaOH: None Substance: CuC03 Color: Green Odor: None Effect of Heat: Turned black Solub. Or Reaction w/cold H20: None Solub. Or Reaction w/ hot H20: None Litmus test: R-None, B-None Dilute HCI: Turned lime green and bubbled Dilute NaOH: Turned teal Substance: Cu(NO3)2 Color: Blue Odor: None Effect of Heat: None Solub. Or Reaction w/cold H20: Dissolves Solub. Or Reaction w/ hot H20: None Litmus test: R-None, B-Turned orange Dilute HCI: Turned Green Dilute NaOH: None Substance: NaCl Color: White Odor: None Effect of Heat: None Solub.
For example, if you take away an apple’s colour, shape, size, texture, sound, and any other link to senses, what would be left? If there is no evidence for the existence of matter than why even think it’s there. Since there is no way to measure, see, or even calculate matter then it probably doesn’t exist. I agree with Luce’s statement: “...Its matter, other than its sense-data, is nothing at all, nothing but a little heap of powdered sentiment, nothing but the ghost of the conventional thing....”I agree with the statement because it compares matter with the ghost of the actual object that we sense. This ghost might be there but at the end it’s still fictional in the sense that we can’t see it.
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Graded Assignment Research Paper First Draft (120 points) Score 1. Write the first draft of your research paper. Be sure to follow these requirements and recommendations when completing your draft: • Open a new Microsoft Word document. Type your name, your teacher’s name, your school name, and the date at the top of your document. To help your teacher know whom the essay came from, save the file as: GEN1 S2 COMP 6.11 Research Paper First Draft_FIRST INITIAL_LAST NAME.doc Example: GEN1 S2 COMP 6.11 Research Paper First Draft_M_Smith.doc Type your paper in the document you create.
-Propositions can be true or false. -The characteristics are related to one another by reflecting on whether non-declarative sentences like a.) exclamations and b.) questions. -Exclamations and questions are not propositions because they do not reflect anything logical at all.
1. What are the three standards of writing concluded by the study that are examined in one of the articles that we’ve read? a. As stated in the article “What Makes Writing Good? An Essential Question for Teachers”, the three standards are: “Perspective 1: Good writing = Good thinking and Good Communicating” (222), “Perspective 2: Good Writing = Structure and Clarity” (323), and “Perspective 3: Good Writing = Purpose, Voice, and Correctness” (324).