SNC 2P: CPT Review 2013 Chemistry: What is the difference between a physical and chemical property? What is the difference between a physical and chemical change? List whether each of the following is a physical or chemical change and explain WHY o A piece of wood burns to form ash. _________ o Water evaporates into steam. _________ o A piece of cork is cut in half. _________ o A bicycle chain rusts. _________ o Food is digested in the stomach. _________ o Water is absorbed by a paper towel. _________ o Hydrochloric Acid reacts with zinc. _________ o A piece of an apple rots on the ground. _________ o A tire is inflated with air. _________ o A plant turns sunlight, CO2, and water into sugar and oxygen. _________ o Sugar dissolves in water. _________ o Eggs turn into an omelette. _________ o Milk sours. _________ o A popsicle melts. _________ o Turning brownie mix into brownies. _________ Define and provide an example of each types of reactions: o Synthesis o Single displacement o Decomposition o Double displacement Balance the following equations and state what type of reaction they are: o __ Mg(s) + __ O2(g) __ MgO(s) o __ SiO2 + __ HF __ SiF4 + __ H2O o __ Fe(s) + __ O2(g) __ Fe2O3(s) o __ C3H8 + __ O2 __ CO2 + __ H2O What is the pH scale? What is the difference between an acid and a base? Biology: Define the following animal and plant organelles and know where they are located! o Nucleus, nucleolus, chromatin, mitochondria, vacuole, Endoplasmic reticulum, cell membrane, ribosome, lysosome, cytoplasm, golgi body Explain the main differences between an animal and plant cell Know how to label the respiratory and digestive What is cancer? Explain the difference between cancerous and non-cancerous tumours and draw a diagram of each What is the role of large and small intestine? Who has a faster resting heart rate, athletics or inactive individuals? Explain why? What is heart burn? How does this occur? Optics: What does S.A.L.T. stand for? What is the difference between a concave and convex mirror? Redraw the following diagrams.