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  • Questions 1,910
  • Vocabulary Terms 243
  • Performance Tasks 188
  • Instructional Videos 62

Test Standards

  1. (PI.1.1 ) Motion
  2. (PI.1.2 ) Velocity
  3. (PI.1.3 ) Slope and Velocity
  4. (PI.1.4 ) Constant Velocities
  1. (PI.2.1/PI.2.2 ) Acceleration
  2. (PI.2.3 ) Rank Accelerations
  3. (PI.2.4 ) Graphs
  4. (PI.2.5 ) Constant Velocity and Acceleration
  1. (PI.3.1 ) First Law of Motion
  2. (PI.3.2) Mass, Force, and Acceleration
  3. (PI.3.3 ) Force Diagrams
  4. (PI.3.4 ) Third Law of Motion
  5. (PI.3.5/PI.3.6) Gravitational Mass and Force
  6. (PI.3.7 ) Free Fall
  1. (PI.4.1 ) Kinetic, Gravitational Potential, and Elastic Potential Energies
  2. (PI.4.2 ) Potential Energy
  3. (PI.4.3 ) Work
  4. (PI.4.4 ) Unbalanced Force
  5. (PI.4.5 ) Conservation of Energy
  6. (PI.4.6 ) Mechanical Energy Changes
  1. (PI.5.1 ) Linear Momentum
  2. (PI.5.2 ) Impulse
  3. (PI.5.3 ) Collisions
  4. (PI.5.4/PI.5.6) Two-Body Systems
  5. (PI.5.5 ) Elastic vs. Inelastic
  1. (PI.6.1/PI.6.2 ) Springs
  2. (PI.6.3/PI.6.5 ) Mass-Spring System
  3. (PI.6.4/PI.6.5) Mass-String System
  1. (PI.7.1 ) Transverse and Longitudinal Mode of Oscillation
  2. (PI.7.2 ) Medium
  3. (PI.7.3 ) Frequency and Wavelength
  4. (PI.7.4 ) Wavelength vs. the Inverse of the Frequency
  5. (PI.7.5 ) Doppler Effect
  6. (PI.7.6 ) Principle of Superposition
  7. (PI.7.7 ) Resonance and Beat Frequencies
  1. (PI.8.1/PI.8.2) Ohmic Device
  2. (PI.8.3 ) Ohm's Law
  3. (PI.8.4 ) Current vs. Voltage
  4. (PI.8.5 ) Simple Series Circuit
  5. (PI.8.6 ) Parallel Circuit
  6. (PI.8.7/PI.8.8/PI.8.9) Kirchhoff’s Loop Rule
  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