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Bishops - Physical Sciences / Grade 11 / P1 Nov 2008 9.Diocesan College.Grade 11 Physical Science.Paper 1 - Physics.MARKS: 150 Examiner: K Kruger.TIME: 2 hours Moderator: D Ledwidge.INSTRUCTIONS AND INFORMATION.QUESTION 1: ONE-WORD ITEMS.QUESTION 2: MATCHING ITEMS.QUESTION 3: TRUE/FALSE ITEMS

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Pre-AP Physics.Newton s Universal Law of Gravitation, Satellites.1. A hydrogen atom consists of a proton of mass 1.67 10-27 kg and an orbiting electron of mass 9.11 10-31 kg. In one of its orbits, the electron is 5.3 10-11 m from the proton. What is the

Physics 112 Homework 9 (Ch23)

Physics 112 Homework 9 (Ch23).1. Suppose that you want to take a photograph of yourself as you look at your image in a flat mirror 2.5 m away. For what distance should the camera lens be focused?.For a flat mirror the image is as far behind the mirror as the object is in front, so the

Fluid Pressure

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Fluid Pressure.Objective: Students will design an experiment to determine the relationship between depth of fluid and pressure.Introduction: Pressure is defined as the Force applied per unit Area. Force in a fluid is exerted in all directions. You have

3. Frequency (Or Pitch) Usually Measured in Cycles Per Second, Or Hertz (Hz)

Sound is a form of energy, just like electricity and light. Sound is made when air molecules vibrate and move in a pattern called waves, or sound waves. Sound occurs when we clap our hands, or when we slam the car door shut. The action produces sound

The 7 Electromagnetic Wonder Waves

The 7 Electromagnetic Wonder Waves.Read through the following passages to find the correct information about each wave. Fill in the chart as you read.These electromagnetic waves have the longest wavelengths and the lowest frequency. The wavelength can

78.116 Physics I for Engineers Spring 1997

Studio Physics I.Activity 08 Work and Kinetic Energy.Experimental Setup.Get the file Kinematics.xmbl. You can get this from the Studio Physics CD (Physics1 folder) or from our web site on the Activities page under Activity 8 as LoggerPro File. Copy the

A. Calculate Density When Given a Means to Determine a Substance S Mass and Volume

SPS2: Students explore the nature of matter, its classifications, the naming system for types of matter.a. Calculate density when given a means to determine a substance s mass and volume.Density=Mass/Volume: remember My Dear Valentine.Solve the following

Measurement of Random Rough Surface Modification in Mixed Lubrication

Measurements of surface roughness in cold metal rolling in the mixed lubrication regime.MPF Sutcliffe and HR Le.Cambridge University Engineering Department, Trumpington Street, Cambridge, CB2 1PZ, U.K

Supplementary Materials for Terahertz Conductivity and Infrared Transmission of Hybrid

Supplementary Materials for Terahertz Conductivity and Infrared Transmission of Hybrid Tellurium Nanowire/PEDOT:PSS Materials.Vibrational spectra.J. N. Heyman, B. Alebachew*, Z. Kaminski, M. Nguyen*.Physics Department, Macalester College, St. Paul, MN 55105.N. E. Coates, J. J. Urban

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Atomic Model Project.PROJECT 5 ATOMIC MODELS.We have learned about atomic structure, what atoms are made of and how they look. Now it is time to build a model of an atom.Choose one element from the periodic table. For homework, you will build a 3-D

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RPC: from High Energy Physics to Positron Emission Tomography.G. Belli, C. De Vecchi, E. Giroletti, G. Musitelli, R. Nardò, M.M. Necchi, D. Pagano, S.P. Ratti, C. Riccardi, G. Sani*, P. Torre, P. Vitulo and C. Viviani

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