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### Test Standards

1. (3.2.10.B1.a.) Newton's Second Law
2. (3.2.10.B1.b.) Law of Universal Gravitation
3. (3.2.10.B1.c.) Newton's Third Law
4. (3.2.10.B1.d.) Conservation of Momentum
5. (3.2.P.B1.a.) Differentiate Motion
6. (3.2.P.B1.b.) Transitional or Harmonic Motion
7. (3.2.P.B1.c.) Rotational Motion
8. (3.2.12.B1.a.) Angular Momentum and Torque
1. (3.2.10.B2.a.) Energy in a System
2. (3.2.10.B2.b.) Work-Energy Theorem
3. (3.2.10.B2.c.) Work and Power
4. (3.2.C.B2.a.) Entropy
5. (3.2.P.B2.a.) Explain Translation and Harmonic Motion
6. (3.2.P.B2.b.) Conservation and Angular Momentum
7. (3.2.P.B2.c.) Forces and Rotational Motion
8. (3.2.12.B2.a.) Lost Energy
9. (3.2.12.B2.b.) Conservation Laws and Motion
1. (3.2.10.B3.a.) Heat Energy and Equilibrium
2. (3.2.10.B3.b.) Heat Transfer
3. (3.2.C.B3.a.) Conservation of Energy
4. (3.2.C.B3.b.) Endothermic vs. Exothermic
5. (3.2.P.B3.a.) Factors Influencing Heat Transfer
6. (3.2.12.B3.a.) Kinetic Energy and Temperature
1. (3.2.10.B4.a.) Ohm's Law
2. (3.2.10.B4.b.) Electromagnetic Force
3. (3.2.P.B4.a.) Moving Particles
4. (3.2.P.B4.b.) Qualitative and Qualitative Understanding of Electricity
5. (3.2.P.B4.c.) Electrical Induction
6. (3.2.12.B4.a.) Law of Attraction
1. (3.2.10.B5.a. and 3.2.P.B5.a.) Waves Transfer Energy
2. (3.2.10.B5.b.) Compare Light and Sound
3. (3.2.10.B5.c.) Electromagnetic Spectrum
4. (3.2.10.B5.d.) Sound and Light Waves
5. (3.2.P.B5.b.) Waves Carry Information
6. (3.2.P.B5.c.) Wave Properties
7. (3.2.12.B5.a.) Wave Transmission and Technology
8. (3.2.12.B5.b.) Use in Technology
1. (3.2.10.B6.a.) Models, Constancy and Change
2. (3.2.P .B6.a.) Newton's Laws of Motion
3. (3.2.12.B6.a.) Forces and Conservation Laws
1. (3.2.P.B7.a.) Compare Theories
2. (3.2.P.B7.b.) Direct and Indirect Observation
3. (3.2.P.B7.c.) Research Questions
4. (3.2.P.B7.d.) Revise Explanations and Models
5. (3.2.P.B7.e.) Analyze Explanations and Models
6. (3.2.12.B7.a.) Existing Theories
7. (3.2.12.B7.b.) Experimental Information
8. (3.2.12.B7.c.) Conclusions
9. (3.2.12.B7.d.) Interpret Results
10. (3.2.12.B7.e.) Defend an Argument