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Constant Velocity9%
Uniform Acceleration9%
Newton's Laws of Motion (One Dimension)9%
Energy9%
Particle Theory of Matter9%
Describing Substances9%
Representing Chemical Change9%
Electricity and Magnetism9%
Waves9%
Nuclear Energy9%
Science and Engineering Process Standards 10%
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  • Instructional Videos: 125
  • Vocabulary Terms: 383

Test Standards

Constant Velocity
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
Uniform Acceleration
1. (ICP.2.1 )  Constant Acceleration
2. (ICP.2.2 )  Average Vs. Instantaneous Velocity
3. (ICP.2.3 )  Thrown Object
Newton's Laws of Motion (One Dimension)
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
Energy
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
Particle Theory of Matter
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
Describing Substances
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
Representing Chemical Change
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
Electricity and Magnetism
1. (ICP.8.1 )  Electrical Current
2. (ICP.8.2 )  Voltage, Current, And Resistance
3. (ICP.8.3 )  Magnets
Waves
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
Nuclear Energy
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
Science and Engineering Process Standards
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