SNC 2DI: GRADE 10 Academic


DATE: January 27, 2015 TIME: 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. Room: ______


Please bring the following with you:

·  Pencils, an eraser, a pencil sharpener, a scientific calculator and a ruler


·  Relax and GOOD LUCK!

Helpful Hints:

·  Organize and review your notes

·  Try the questions on your unit tests again

·  Look over your review sheets/learning goals for each unit

·  Complete the review questions given in class and the text questions listed below

·  Review the terms listed at the end of each unit (found in the unit review – p. 124-125, 244-245, 364-365, 500-501)

·  Read the textbook for all sections covered in class

Suggested Text Questions:

Chemistry: pg 248 -252; #1-20, 22, 26-36, 39, 41, 43-45, 49-54, 59-62

Tissues: pg 128 -132; #1,3,5-15, 17-20, 22, 24, 33, 35, 38, 41, 42, 52, 62, 64, 65, 67, 70, 74, 78, 81 (stem cells only).

Optics: pg 504 -507; #3-8, 11-15, 18, 19, 22-28, 30, 35, 39-43, 53.

Climate Change: pg 368 -370; 2-10, 13-17, 19, 21-24.

Key Concepts to Focus On:

Cell Functions Properties of acids and bases

Organelles (function) Reading the pH scale

Tissues and cell differentiation Using Lewis diagrams to illustrate ionic bonding

Stem cells Identifying types of reactions

Cell Cycle/Mitosis Neutralization reactions/indicators

Cell Specialization Carbon sources vs carbon sinks (examples)

Types of Tissues LEDPOL

Organs/Organ Systems Impact of melting polar ice shelves

Organs of Digestion Climate vs. weather

Respiratory/Circulatory Systems Components of biosphere

Groups of the periodic table Natural & artificial greenhouse effect

Organization of the periodic table Biomes

Calculation protons, neutrons, electrons Forms of heat transfer

Trends in the periodic table Coriolis effect and wind types

Naming and formula writing for all compound types Glaciers and ice cores

Multi-valent cations Anthropogenic effect on climate

Polyatomic ions Carbon sink vs. carbon source

Law of conservation of mass Effects of global warming

Balancing equations Types of light and examples

Wavelength, frequency Law of Reflection

Electromagnetic spectrum and its uses Ray model/opaque objects

Additive colour theory Diagram of a plane mirror

Curved mirrors and ray diagrams Parts of the eye and functions

Refraction Law of reflection

Magnification calculations Lenses

Image characteristics

Chemistry Review

1. Use electron dot diagrams to show the formation of the ionic compound between the following pairs of atoms. Start with the neutral atoms, show the movement of electrons and the ions that form. Include the chemical formula of the final compound.

a) barium and oxygen b) lithium and phosphorus

2. Complete the following chart to compare the properties of ionic and covalent compounds:

Property / Ionic / Covalent
Made from what type of elements?
Are electrons shared or transferred?
State at room conditions
Melting point
Do they dissolve in water?
Do they conduct electricity in solution?

3. Name the following ionic compounds (remember to use Roman Numerals where necessary):

Ca3P2 ______Na2(CO3) ______

Fe2O3 ______PbCl4 ______

BaS ______Mg(NO3)2 ______

NH4(HCO3) ______Al(OH)3 ______

Ni(PO4) ______MnF2 ______

4. Write the chemical formulas for the following ionic compounds:

iron (II) sulfide ______zinc carbonate ______

tin (IV) nitride ______manganese (II) bromide ______cobalt (III) nitrate ______nickel (III) hydroxide ______

lead (IV) oxide ______ammonium phosphate ______

potassium sulfate ______silver iodide ______

5. Use the prefix system to name the following covalent (molecular) compounds:

CS2 ______SF6 ______

P2O3 ______PI3 ______

NH3 ______CCl4 ______

SO ______Cl2O5 ______

6. Write the chemical formulas for the following covalent compounds:

dihydrogen monoxide ______bromine pentafluoride ______

dicarbon tetrabromide ______nitrogen triiodide ______

sulfur dioxide ______dinitrogen tetroxide ______

diphosphorus pentoxide ______xenon hexafluoride ______

7. Balance the following chemical reactions. Classify each reaction as a synthesis, decomposition, single displacement or double displacement reaction.

a) Pb + H3PO4 → Pb3PO4 + H2 ______

b) KClO3 → KCl + O2 ______

c) NaCO3 + H2SO4 → NaSO4 + H2CO3 ______

e) PH3 → H2 + P ______

f) Cu + S8 → Cu2S ______

g) C2H6 + O2 → CO2 + H2O ______

8. A sample of hydrochloric acid was spilled in the prep room. Calcium hydroxide was poured on the acid to reduce the effects of the spill as water and a salt will be produced when the two react. What type of reaction is this? What type of chemical is calcium hydroxide? Write a balanced chemical equation to show the reaction between the two compounds.

Biology Review

Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper:

1.  Why is mitosis an important function in living organisms?

2.  Explain how cancer cells divide differently from normal cells.

3.  Describe the role of stem cell research. Explain the difference between adult stem cells and embryonic stem cells. What are the advantages and disadvantages of using each type of cell for research?

4.  Label the parts of the digestive system on the diagram below

5.  Complete the following chart:

Tissue Type / Function / Where is it found?

6.  Label the stages of mitosis found in the pictures below. List one important event that occurs in each stage.

7.  Complete the table below:

Organ System / Organs Involved / Basic Function

Optics Review:

1. Be able to label the trough, crest, rest position, wavelength and amplitude on a diagram of a wave.

a) What is the importance (significance) of the wavelength of light?

b) What is the importance (significance) of the amplitude of light?

c) What is the importance (significance) of the frequency of light?

2. Draw and label a diagram illustrating the Law of Reflection. Use a ruler and a protractor to make an accurate diagram.

3. Locate the image and describe its characteristics for each of the following mirrors and lenses.

4. An electron microscope magnifies a virus that is 3.50 x 10-7 m. If the magnification is 3.7 x 105, how big will the image be?