# Michigan Physics (Content Expectations) Practice

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 Inquiry, Reflection, and Social Implications 25% Motion of Objects 25% Forces and Motion 25% Forms of Energy and Energy Transformations 25%
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### Test Standards

 Inquiry, Reflection, and Social Implications 1. (P1.1A)  Generate New Questions 2. (P1.1B)  Evaluate Uncertainties 3. (P1.1C)  Conduct Scientific Investigations 4. (P1.1D)  Identify Data Patterns 5. (P1.1E)  Conclusion Reason 6. (P1.2A)  Questions Answered 7. (P1.2B)  Identify & Critique Arguments 8. (P1.2C)  Scientific Concept Understanding 9. (P1.2D)  Evaluate Scientific Explanations 10. (P1.2E)  Science Field Careers Motion of Objects 1. (P2.1A)  Object Speed 2. (P2.1B)  Linear & Circular Motion 3. (P2.1C)  Create Line Graphs 4. (P2.1D)  Describe & Analyze Motion 5. (P2.1E)  Describe & Classify Various Motions 6. (P2.1F)  Rotation & Revolution 7. (P2.2A)  Distance Variables 8. (P2.2B)  Speed & Elapsed Time 9. (P2.2C)  Velocity-time Graph 10. (P2.2D)  Circular Motion Forces and Motion 1. (P3.1A)  Force Between Objects 2. (P3.2A)  Everyday Forces 3. (P3.2B)  Compare Work 4. (P3.2C)  Calculate Net Force 5. (P3.3A)  Action & Reaction Force 6. (P3.4A)  Change In Motion 7. (P3.4B)  Identify Forces 8. (P3.4C)  Newtons 2nd Law 9. (P3.4D)  Forces Acting On Objects 10. (P3.6A)  Earth-moon Interactions 11. (P3.6B)  Gravitational Force 12. (P3.6C)  Weight 13. (P3.7A)  Electric Force 14. (P3.7B)  Excess Static Charge Forms of Energy and Energy Transformations 1. (P4.1A)  Energy Transfer Diagrams 2. (P4.1B)  Energy Transfer By Waves 3. (P4.2A)  Energy Transfer 4. (P4.2B)  Transform Energy Types 5. (P4.2C)  Energy Is Conserved 6. (P4.2D)  Gasoline Energy 7. (P4.3A)  Identify Form Energy 8. (P4.3B)  Potential & Kinetic Energy 9. (P4.3C )  Mechanical Systems 10. (P4.4A)  Specific Mechanical Waves 11. (P4.4B)  Transverse & Compression Waves 12. (P4.4C)  Energy Transfer 13. (P4.5B)  Object Moving Forward 14. (P4.5C)  Sound Transferred By Wave 15. (P4.5D)  Vibrating Sources 16. (P4.5E)  Amplification System 17. (P4.6A)  Electromagnetic Spectrum 18. (P4.6B)  Radio Waves 19. (P4.6C)  Radio Message Delay 20. (P4.6D)  See Before Hearing 21. (P4.8A)  Draw Ray Diagrams 22. (P4.8B)  Reflected Light Path 23. (P4.9A)  Identify Principle Involved 24. (P4.9B)  Materials Reflect 25. (P4.9C)  Sun Appears Reddish 26. (P4.10A)  Energy Transformations 27. (P4.10B)  Identify Household Devices 28. (P4.10C)  Electric Circuit Elements 29. (P4.10D)  Voltage, Resistance, & Current 30. (P4.12A)  Technological Applications 31. (P4.12B)  Radioactive Decay 32. (P4.12C)  Huge Energy Amounts