# Physics (TNAS) Practice

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### Test Standards

1. (PHYS.PS1.1) Fission, Fusion, and Radioactive Decay
2. (PHYS.PS1.2) Radioactive Decay and Life
3. (PHYS.PS1.3) Half-Life
1. (PHYS.PS2.1) One-Dimensional Kinematics
2. (PHYS.PS2.2) Constant Velocity and Acceleration
3. (PHYS.PS2.3) Translational Motion
4. (PHYS.PS2.4) Free-Body Diagrams
5. (PHYS.PS2.5) Newton's First Law
6. (PHYS.PS2.6) Newton's Second Law
7. (PHYS.PS2.7) Net Unbalanced Force
8. (PHYS.PS2.8) Newton's Third Law
9. (PHYS.PS2.9) Law of Universal Gravitation
10. (PHYS.PS2.10) Coulomb's Law
11. (PHYS.PS2.11) Impulse-Momentum Theory
12. (PHYS.PS2.12) Air Resistance
13. (PHYS.PS2.13) Two-Dimensional Projectiles
14. (PHYS.PS2.14) Uniform Circular Motion
1. (PHYS.PS3.1) Types of Energy
2. (PHYS.PS3.2) Conduction, Convection, and Radiation
3. (PHYS.PS3.3) Conservation of Energy
4. (PHYS.PS3.4) Conservation of Momentum
5. (PHYS.PS3.5) Change in Temperature
6. (PHYS.PS3.6) Rate of Energy Production/Consumption
7. (PHYS.PS3.7) Thermodynamics
8. (PHYS.PS3.8) Forces at a Distance
9. (PHYS.PS3.9) Electric and Magnetic Fields
10. (PHYS.PS3.10) Resistor and Capacitor Circuits
11. (PHYS.PS3.11) Ohm's Law
12. (PHYS.PS3.12) Conservation of Energy
13. (PHYS.PS3.13) Capacitors
14. (PHYS.PS3.14) Energy Efficiency
15. (PHYS.PS3.15) New Sources of Energy
1. (PHYS.PS4.1) Wave Parameters
2. (PHYS.PS4.2) Sound Waves and Medium
3. (PHYS.PS4.3) Reflection, Refraction, and Transmission
4. (PHYS.PS4.4) Principle of Superposition
5. (PHYS.PS4.5) Electromagnetic Spectrum
6. (PHYS.PS4.6) Behavior of Light