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  • Questions 3,079
  • Vocabulary Terms 372
  • Performance Tasks 269
  • Instructional Videos 124

Test Standards

  1. (ICP.1.1 ) Constant Velocity
  2. (ICP.1.2 ) Velocity in One Dimension
  3. (ICP.1.3 ) Distance vs. Displacement
  4. (ICP.1.4) Speed, Velocity, Average Speed, and Average Velocity
  1. (ICP.2.1 ) Constant Acceleration
  2. (ICP.2.2 ) Average vs. Instantaneous Velocity
  3. (ICP.2.3 ) Thrown Object
  1. (ICP.3.1 ) Force and Velocity
  2. (ICP.3.2 ) Force Diagrams
  3. (ICP.3.3 ) Acting vs. Exerted Forces
  4. (ICP.3.4 ) Net Force
  5. (ICP.3.5 ) Magnitude and Direction
  6. (ICP.3.6 ) Acceleration and Force
  7. (ICP.3.7 ) Forces in Pairs
  1. (ICP.4.1 ) Energy as a Quantity
  2. (ICP.4.2 ) Forms of Energy
  3. (ICP.4.3 ) Conservation of Energy
  4. (ICP.4.4 ) Transfer of Energy
  1. (ICP.5.1 ) Matter Made of Particles
  2. (ICP.5.2 ) Kinetic Theory of Gasses
  3. (ICP.5.3 ) Temperature vs. Average Kinetic Energy
  4. (ICP.5.4 ) Temperature vs. Thermal Energy
  5. (ICP.5.5 ) Volume, Temperature, Molecules, and Pressure
  6. (ICP.5.6 ) Attractive Forces
  7. (ICP.5.7 ) Heating/Cooling Curve
  8. (ICP.5.8 ) Number of Items in a Sample
  1. (ICP.6.1 ) Elements, Mixtures, and Compounds
  2. (ICP.6.2 ) Separating Mixtures
  3. (ICP.6.3 ) Pure Substances
  4. (ICP.6.4 ) Periodic Table
  5. (ICP.6.5 ) Periodic Table Columns
  6. (ICP.6.6 ) Volume and Mass
  7. (ICP.6.7 ) Density and Molecular Structure
  1. (ICP.7.1 ) Chemical Changes
  2. (ICP.7.2 ) Law of Conservation of Matter
  3. (ICP.7.3 ) Types of Reactions
  4. (ICP.7.4 ) Stoichiometry
  1. (ICP.8.1 ) Electrical Current
  2. (ICP.8.2 ) Voltage, Current, and Resistance
  3. (ICP.8.3 ) Magnets
  1. (ICP.9.1 ) Particle Models of Waves
  2. (ICP.9.2 ) Frequency, Wavelength, and Speed
  3. (ICP.9.3 ) Reflection and Transmission
  4. (ICP.9.4 ) Interacting Waves
  5. (ICP.9.5 ) Modern Technologies
  1. (ICP.10.1 ) Rutherford and Bohr
  2. (ICP.10.2 ) Atomic Nucleus
  3. (ICP.10.3 ) Nuclear Structures
  4. (ICP.10.4 ) Fission, Fusion, and Radioactivity
  5. (ICP.10.5 ) Nuclear Applications and Consequences
  1. (SEPS.1 ) Posing Questions (for Science) and Defining Problems (for Engineering)
  2. (SEPS.2) Developing and Using Models and Tools
  3. (SEPS.3 ) Constructing and Performing Investigations
  4. (SEPS.4 ) Analyzing and Interpreting Data
  5. (SEPS.5 ) Using Mathematics and Computational Thinking
  6. (SEPS.6 ) Constructing Explanations (for Science) and Designing Solutions (for Engineering)
  7. (SEPS.7 ) Engaging in Argument from Evidence
  8. (SEPS.8 ) Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information

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