Missouri Physics (2018-19 MLS) Practice

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Matter and Its Interactions10%
Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions30%
Energy30%
Waves and Their Applications in Technologies for Information Transfer30%
Also includes:
  • HS Engineering Design
  • Questions: 640
  • Technology Enhanced Items: 79
  • Instructional Videos: 36
  • Vocabulary Terms: 154

Test Standards

Matter and Its Interactions
1. (HS-PS1-8)  Nuclear Chemistry
Motion and Stability: Forces and Interactions
1. (HS-PS2-1)  Newton's Second Law Of Motion
2. (HS-PS2-2)  Momentum
3. (HS-PS2-3)  Collisions
4. (HS-PS2-4)  Gravitational And Electrostatic Forces
5. (HS-PS2-5)  Electric Currents And Magnetic Fields
Energy
1. (HS-PS3-1)  Energy Flow
2. (HS-PS3-2)  Energy At The Macroscopic Scale
3. (HS-PS3-3)  Energy Conversions
4. (HS-PS3-4)  Second Law Of Thermodynamics
5. (HS-PS35)  Forces Between Objects
Waves and Their Applications in Technologies for Information Transfer
1. (HS-PS4-1)  Waves
2. (HS-PS4-2)  Digital Transmission And Storage
3. (HS-PS4-3)  Electromagnetic Radiation
4. (HS-PS4-4)  Photons
5. (HS-PS4-5)  Technological Devices Using Waves
HS Engineering Design
1. (HS-ETS1-1)  Global Challenges
2. (HS-ETS1-2)  Breaking Down Real-World Problems
3. (HS-ETS1-3)  Prioritized Criteria And Trade-Offs
4. (HS-ETS1-4)  Computer Simulation

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