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# Physics Final Review

## Terms

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copy deck
sound will not travel through a blank.
vacuum
(Blank) is movement of an object relative to another object considered to be at rest.
motion
blank units can be directly measured with an instrument.
basic
blank units are based from two or more fundamental units in a formula.
derived
blank is the amount of matter present, is measured with a balance, and does not change with location.
mass
blank is the measure or the pull of gravity on an object, is measured with a scale, and will together.
weight
a blank proportion exists between two quantities that will both increase or both decrease together.
direct
an blank proportion exists between two quantities where one will increase as the other decreases.
inverse
Newton\'s first law of motion is also called the law of blank.
inertia
Newton\'s second law of motion shows that acceleration is directly proportional to blank and inversely proportional to blakn.
force mass
unbalanced forces always result in the blank of an object.
acceleration
blank motion is motion in a curved path.
curvalinear
blank motion is motion of a body about an internal axis.
rotary motion
the period of a pendulum is directly proportional to its blank.
length
the blank is the point on a baseball bat on which you can hit a ball and not sting your hands.
center of percussion
blank is rotation about a third axis due to rotations about two other axes.
precession
In physics \"normal\" means blank.
perpendicular
a blank force si a force that has the same effect as two or more component forces acting together.
resultant
blank is the force that resists motion.
friction
the blank is the point where all of an objects mass is considered to be concentrated.
center of gravity
blank is the product of a force and the length of the torque arm.
torque
if the net force on a object is zero, it is in blank.
equiliubrium
the sum of the potential and kinetic energy is a system is always blank.
constant
blank energy is the energy of motion.
kinetic
blank energy is the energy of position or condition.
potential
blank is the product of mass times velocity.
momentum
blank is the product of force times displacement.
work
blank is the time rate of doing work.
power
the blakn of a machine is the ratio of the work output to the work input.
effeciency
the b is the temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid
freezing point
blank is the change directly from a solid to a vapor.
sublimation
blank is the force of attraction between like molecules
cohesion
blank is the elevation or depression of a liquid in small diameter tubes.
capillarity
blank is the ability to be drawn into wires.
ductility
the blakn is the amount of heat needed to melt a unit mass of a substance at its melting point.
heat of fusion
blank is the temperature at which molecular motion is at its minimum at is blank k.
absolute zero O
blank is the quantity of heat needed to raise the temperature of a body 1degree Celcius.
specific heat
blank is the thermal energy that is absorbed, given up , or transfered from one material to another.
heat
blank is the spreading of a wave at the edge of a barrier
diffraction
blank is the change in direction of a wave at a boundary as it enters a new medium.
refraction
blank is the bouncing of a wave off of a barrier.
reflection
blank interference occurs at the junction of two crests.
constructive
the law of relection states that the angle of blank =\'s the angle of blank.
incidence reflection
blank is the horizontal distance between two points on a wave that are in phase.
wave length
the blank of a wave is the number of vibrations per second.
frequency
blank is the maximum distance of a wave from the rest position and indicates the waves blank.
amplitude energy
blank waves have crests and troughs.
transverse
blank waves have compressions and rarefactions.
longitudinal
and object that produces its own light is blank while any object that reflects light is blank.
luminous illuminated
light will pass through a blank object, but clear images may not be seen.
translucent
light that spreads from a point is said to be blank.
diverging
blank is the amount of light that a source gives out.
luminous intensity
blank wrote the particle, or corpuscular, theory of light
newton
blank wrote the wave theory of light.
hydgens
blank are electrons which have been emitted from an object illuminated by electromagnetic radiation.
photoelectrons
blank is em radiation that comes from nuclear reactions.
gamma rays
blank is em radiation that causes sunburn.
ultra violet
blank is em radiation in the form of heat.
infrared
the inverse photoelectric effect explains the production of blank.
x rays
sound is an example of a blank wave.
longitudinal
the blank is a detected change in frequency of sound due to the motion of the source or motion of the listener.
doppler effect
blank is the characteristic of sound related to frequency.
pitch
blank is the characteristic of sound related to intensity.
loudness
the blank is the average faintest audible sound = 10 ^ -16 w/cm.
threshold of hearing
blank are pulses in sound caused by standing waves created by two close frequencies.
beats
blank is causin an object to vibrate at its natural frequency without touching it.
resonance
blank images are not made with real rays of light, are right-side-up and cannot be projected on a screen.
virtual
blank images are made with real rays, are inverted, and can be projected.
real
in constructing ray diagrams in concave mirrors, parallel rays will reflect through the blank.
focus
the focal length is negative for a blank mirror.
convex
a image is always formed where the reflected rays blank.
intersect
spherical aberration may be corrected with a blank mirror.
parabolic
a blank lens is thicker in the middle than at the edge
convex
blank is the ratio of the speed of light in a vacuum to the speed of light in a substance.
index of refraction
a right angle prism reflects better than a mirror because it does not have blank.
double reflection
a point on a lens where there is no refraction is the blank.
optical center
the blank angle is the angle of incidence in which the angle of refraction is 90 degrees.
critical
if a ray travels at an angle from a medium of higher optical density to a medium of lower optical density, it will bend blank the normal.
away from
blank blank and blank are the three primary colors of light.
blue green red
blank is the bending of two different planes of polarization different amounts such as in iceland spar crystals.
double refraction
blank light is light that vibrates in only one plane.
polarized
two blank colors will combine to form white light.
complementary
a blank is a chemical that reflects and absorbs certain colors of light.
pigment
an instrument used to detect a static charge is the blank.
electroscope
blank are materials that do not transfer electrons easily because they have few free electrons to give up.
insulator
a blank discharge is a rapid release of static charge.
spark
st elmo\'s fire is an example of a blank discharge.
corona
a blank has two conducting plates separated by a dielectric and is used to store an electric charge.
capacitor
an blank current flows in two directions and is produced by a generator.
alternating
the blank effect is the production of an electric current with stress on crystals.
piezoelectric
blank is forcing electrons to move with spinning wires in a magnetic field.
electromagnetism
a blank is a device in a circuit that uses the electric energy.
a blank circuit has a single path for the flow of the current.
series
blank opposition to an electric current.
resistance
a digital thermometer is an example of a blank.
thermocouple
production of an electric current in the presence of light is the blank effect.
photoelectric
blank substances are strongly attracted to magnets.
feromagnetic
blank are microscopic magnetic regions.
domains
blank and blank are opposites in that the former changed mechanical energy to electrical and the latter changes electrical energy to mechanical.
generator motor
blank is the time rate of displacement.
velocity
blank is speed in a particular direction.
velocity
blank is the rate of change of velocity.
acceleration
blank occurs when an acceleration problem turns out negative.
deceleration or speeding up going backwards
a scalar quantity has only blank but a vector quantity has both blank and blank.
magnitude magnitude direction
a blank is an arrow used to represent vector quantities.
vector
collinear vectors are solved with blank and blank.