What is 0?
What is conduction?
What is refraction?
What is do work?
What is a high specific heat?
What is thermal equilibrium?
What is 25 W?
What is 550 N?
What is current?
What are conductors?
What is gravity?
What are 2 separate loops
What is 30 kg m/s?
What is 1.19 degrees Celcius?
What is amplitude?
What is the battery?
What is accelerating?
What is centripetal force?
What is 4?
What is repel?
What is frequency?
What is a graph with constant slope?
What is short?
What is change the height? (or mass...)
What is 18 m/s?
Like charges do this
When light rays bend when they move from air to water, it is called this
This is how you can change the potential energy of an object
If the distance between two charges is divided by 2, the electric force is multiplied by this number
Whenever we change the energy in an object, we do this to the object
A force that keeps objects going in circles
This provides the energy of a closed circuit
The type of heat transfer that happens when Ester gives Christina a hug
Heat moves through these materials quickly
It takes a lot of energy to change the temperature of water. What does this mean about its specific heat?
When Xavier puts his energy drink into the fridge, it cools down until it reaches the same temperature as the inside, reaching this.
The height of a wave
Troia adds 350 J of heat energy to 70 g of coffee. The change in temperature is this. (The specific heat of coffee is 4.2 J/g C)
The total momentum of two objects with equal masses and speed moving towards each other
Ricardo has a mass of 55 kg. The scale pushes up on him with this much force
Marcquaja rolls a 6 kg bowling down the lane at 5 m/s and gets a strike. The ball has this much momentum.
A distance vs. time graph for an object moving with a constant speed looks like this... (draw it)
This is what a parallel circuit looks like with circuit symbols... (draw it!)
If a wave has a high frequency, you know this about its wavelength
If Valeria is changing her velocity, we say she is...
Attractive force between any two masses
Chris uses this much power when he moves a table 5 m by pushing it with a force of 20 N in 4 seconds
The pitch of a sound wave depends on this
We can create this by moving magnets
A wave with a frequency of 6 Hz and a wavelength of 3 m moves at this speed