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  • Questions 1,900
  • Vocabulary Terms 164
  • Performance Tasks 130
  • Instructional Videos 54

Test Standards

  1. (Phys.2.1.1.) Work and energy
  2. (Phys.2.1.2.) Potential and kinetic energy
  3. (Phys.2.1.3.) Work, power, and energy
  4. (Phys.2.1.1.) Fundamental properties of waves
  5. (Phys. 2.2.2) Wave behaviors
  6. (Phys.2.2.3.) Compare mechanical and electromagnetic waves
  7. (Phys.2.3.1.) Ohm's Law
  8. (Phys.2.3.2.) Conductors and Insulators - ELEC
  9. (Phys.2.3.3.) AC/DC
  10. (Phys.2.3.4) Electrical systems
  11. (Phys.2.3.5.) Analyze electrical systems mathematically
  1. (Phys.3.1.1.) Interactions of charged objects
  2. (Phys.3.1.2.) Electric fields
  3. (Phys.3.1.3.) Coulomb’s law
  4. (Phys.3.1.4.) Electrostatic Charge
  5. (Phys.3.1.5.) Electrostatic potentials
  6. (Phys.3.2.1.) Magnetism and domains
  7. (Phys.3.2.2.) Electric current and magentism
  8. (Phys.3.2.3.) Applications of electromagnetism
  1. (Phys.1.1.1.) Analyze motion
  2. (Phys.1.1.2.) Analyze motion in one dimension
  3. (Phys.1.1.3.) Analyze motion in two dimnesions
  4. (Phys.1.2.1) Analyze forces and systems
  5. (Phys.1.2.2.) Free body diagrams
  6. (Phys.1.2.3.) newton's Laws
  7. (Phys.1.2.4.) Effects of forces on objects
  8. (Phys.1.2.5) Analyze rotation in a circular path
  9. (Phys.1.3.1) Collisions and conservation of momentum
  10. (Phys.1.3.2.) Momentum and impulse

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