No grade for this. However you should keep a pencil and paper nearby to record topics that you will need help with. Plan to ask those questions between now and the exam.

What safety precautions should be take where an open flame exists in the laboratory. Check all that apply.

What safety precautions should be observed when small projectiles are launched in the laboratory? Check all that apply.

If a dangerous chemical is spilled in the lab you should . . .? Check all that apply.

Mechanics is the branch of physics where we study:

- electricity heat and light
- heat and temperature
- light
- specific types of phenomena including repetitive motions
- motion and its causes

Thermodynamics is the branch of physics where we study:

- electricity heat and light
- heat and temperature
- light
- specific types of phenomena including repetitive motions
- motion and its causes

Vibrations and waves is the branch of physics where we study:

- electricity heat and light
- heat and temperature
- light
- specific types of phenomena including repetitive motions
- motion and its causes

Optics is the branch of physics where we study:

- electricity heat and light
- heat and temperature
- light
- specific types of phenomena including repetitive motions
- motion and its causes

Electromagnetism is the branch of physics where we study:

- electricity heat and light
- heat and temperature
- light
- specific types of phenomena including repetitive motions
- motion and its causes

Physics is:

- practical applications of knowledge of the natural world
- the study of the interaction of matter and energy
- the study of nature

Technology is:

- practical applications of knowledge of the natural world
- the study of the interaction of matter and energy
- the study of nature

Science is:

- practical applications of knowledge of the natural world
- the study of the interaction of matter and energy
- the study of nature

Identify the conventionally accepted sequence of the scientific method.

- 1.Make a prediction based on a hypothesis,

2.recognize a problem,

3.perform an experiment to test the hypothesis,

4.Formulate a general rule that organizes the results of systematically progressing through steps 1 - 3, perhaps many times.

5.Make a hypothesis regarding the problem's solution, - 1.perform an experiment

2.Make a hypothesis regarding a problem's solution,

3.Formulate a general rule that organizes the results of systematically progressing through steps 1 - 2, perhaps many times.

4.Make a prediction based on the hypothesis,

5.propose a problem, - 1. recognize a problem,

2. Make a hypothesis regarding the problem's solution,

3. Make a prediction based on the hypothesis,

4. perform an experiment to test the hypothesis,

5. Formulate a general rule that organizes the results of systematically progressing through steps 2 - 4, perhaps many times.

- 1.Make a prediction based on a hypothesis,
A hypothesis is: (check all that apply)

An experiment is: (check all that apply)

The base SI unit of mass is:

- the gram
- the pound
- the kilogram
- the slug
- the Newton

The base SI unit of length is:

- the centimeter
- the meter
- the kilometer
- the mile

The base SI unit of time is:

- the second
- the minute
- the hour
- the year

The SI base unit of force is:

- kilogram
- pound
- Newton
- there is none

Which metric prefix means 1/1000th of the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Which metric prefix means 1/100th of the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Which metric prefix means 1/10th of the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Which metric prefix means 1000 x the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Which metric prefix means 1 million x the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Which metric prefix means 1/1,000,000th of the base unit?

- kilo
- mega
- milli
- micro
- deci
- centi

Describe the following set of measurements, each taken of a mass with an actual value of 6.036 meters: 5.8541m; 5.8541m; 5.8601m; 5.8444 m

- The data is both accurate and precise
- The data is neither accurate nor precise
- The data is accurate, but not precise
- The data is precise but not accurate

Describe the following set of measurements, each taken of a mass with an actual value of 6.036 meters: 5.8 m; 7.8 m; 4.8 m; 5.8 m

- The data is both accurate and precise
- The data is neither accurate nor precise
- The data is accurate, but not precise
- The data is precise but not accurate

Describe the following set of measurements, each taken of a mass with an actual value of 6.036 meters: 6.044 m; 6.031 m; 6.033 m; 6.033 m

- The data is both accurate and precise
- The data is neither accurate nor precise
- The data is accurate, but not precise
- The data is precise but not accurate