Physical Science FLASHCARDS MR FRAILE’ Class WRITE THE QUESTION IN THE FRONT & THE ANSWER IN THE BACK Chapter 3 – The scientific process 1. Define Hypothesis, Theory and natural law and describe the relationship between them with a flowchart. 2. What is an experimental variable & control variable? Give an example to explain the answer. 3. What is Science & Technology? Example. 4. What is an experiment? 5. What is experimental technique & procedure? Example. Chapter 1 - Measurement 6. Question 1 from Section 1.4 Review (Copy the question from the book in the card). 7. Draw 2 columns, label the 1st column SI and the 2nd column English system. Write 10 units in each column. 8. Convert 525 pounds to kg. Chapter 2 – Science Skills 9. Define mass, matter & volume. Indicate the units. 10. What is density? Formula & Units. 11. What is the displacement method for calculating the volume? Explain the steps. 12. Explain the four steps to solve a formula problem. ( L – G – R – S) Example in the right side Chapter 4 – Motion 13. What is the dependent & independent variable in a graph? Draw a graph from the textbook & indicate both of them. 14. Relationship between velocity, distance & time. Units. 15. The slope of a position vs time is the………………. Example 16. Question 8 from Section 4.2 Review (Copy the question from the book in the card). Chapter 5 - Forces 17. Relationship between weight, mass & gravity. Units. 18. What is friction? Example with a drawing. 19. Indicate 3 terms that are vectors. 20. Draw & indicate the 4 forces acting on a plane. 21. Explain 5 types of friction. Examples. Chapter 6 - Laws of motion 22. Write the Newton’s first law of motion. What is the inertia? Example. 23. Relationship between force, mass & acceleration in Newton’s second law of motion. Units. 24. Explain Newton’s Third law of motion. Example. Chapter 8 - Work & Power 25. What is the relationship between work, force & distance? Formula & Units. 26. What is the efficiency in %? Formula. 27. What is the relationship between power, work & time? Formula & Units.