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  • Questions 1,955
  • Vocabulary Terms 201
  • Performance Tasks 177
  • Instructional Videos 76

Test Standards

  1. (PSc.1.1.1) Explain Motion
  2. (PSc.1.1.2) Compare speed, velocity, acceleration and momentum
  3. (PSc.1.2.1) Gravity and weight
  4. (PSc.1.2.2) Frictional forces
  5. (PSc.1.2.3) Newtons laws
  1. (PSc.2.1.1 ) Classify matter
  2. (PSc.2.1.2 ) Phases of matter
  3. (PSc.2.1.3 ) Physical and chemical properties
  4. (PSc.2.1.4 ) Bohr models and electron dot
  5. (PSc.2.2.1 ) Periodic table and reactivity
  6. (PSc.2.2.2 ) Types of chemical bonds
  7. (PSc.2.2.3 ) Chemical formulas and names
  8. (PSc.2.2.4 ) Conservation of mass
  9. (PSc.2.2.5 ) Classify reaction types
  10. (PSc.2.2.6 ) Acids and bases
  11. (PSc.2.3.1 ) Nuclear reactions
  12. (PSc.2.3.2 ) Half-life and radioactive decay
  1. (PSc.3.1.1) Transfer of thermal energy
  2. (PSc.3.1.2 ) Law of conservation of energy
  3. (PSc.3.1.3 ) Explain work
  4. (PSc.3.1.4) Work, power, and machines
  5. (PSc.3.2.1) Wave frequency, period, velocity
  6. (PSc.3.2.2) Compare types of waves
  7. (PSc.3.2.3) Classify waves
  8. (PSc.3.2.4) Wave interactions
  9. (PSc.3.3.1) Static and current electricity
  10. (PSc.3.3.2) Circuits and Ohms law
  11. (PSc.3.3.3) Influencing current
  12. (PSc.3.3.4) Explain magnetism
  13. (PSc.3.3.5) Practical applications of magnetism

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