describe and calculate an object's motion in terms

describe and calculate an object's motion in terms

describe and calculate an object's motion in terms of position, displacement, speed, and acceleration. [IPC.4A] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry measure and graph distance

and speed as a function of time using moving toys. [IPC.4B] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry investigate how an object's motion changes only when a net force is

applied, including activities and equipment such as toy cars, vehicle restraints, sports activities, and classroom objects.[IPC.4C] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry assess the relationship between force, mass, and acceleration, noting

the relationship is independent of the nature of the force, using equipment such as dynamic carts, moving toys, vehicles, and falling objects.[IPC.4D] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry apply the concept of

conservation of momentum using action and reaction forces such as students on skateboards.[IPC.4E] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry describe the gravitational attraction between objects

of different masses at different distances, including satellites.[IPC.4F] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry examine electrical force as a universal force between any two charged objects and

compare the relative strength of the electrical force and gravitational force.[IPC.4G] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry recognize and demonstrate that objects and substances in motion have kinetic energy such as

vibration of atoms, water flowing down a stream moving pebbles, and bowling balls knocking down pins.[IPC.5A] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry demonstrate common forms of potential energy, including

gravitational, elastic, and chemical, such as a ball on an inclined plane, springs, and batteries.[IPC.5B] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry demonstrate that moving electric charges produce

magnetic forces and moving magnets produce electric forces.[IPC.5C] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry investigate the law of conservation of energy. [IPC.5D]

October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry investigate and demonstrate the movement of thermal energy through solids, liquids, and gases by convection, conduction, and radiation such as in weather, living,

and mechanical systems.[IPC.5E] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry evaluate the transfer of electrical energy in series and parallel circuits and conductive materials.

[IPC.5F] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry explore the characteristics and behaviors of energy transferred by waves, including acoustic, seismic, light, and waves on water as they superpose on one another, bend around corners, reflect off surfaces,

are absorbed by materials, and change direction when entering new materials. [IPC.5G] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry analyze energy conversions such as those from radiant, nuclear, and geothermal

sources; fossil fuels such as coal, gas, oil. the movement of water or wind.[IPC.5H] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry critique the advantages and disadvantages of various energy sources and their

impact on society and the environment.[IPC.5I] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry examine differences in physical properties of solids, liquids, and gases as explained by the arrangement and motion of atoms, ions, or molecules of

the substances and the strength of the forces of attraction between those particles.[IPC.6A] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry relate chemical properties of substances to the arrangement of their atoms

or molecules.[IPC.6B] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry analyze physical and chemical properties of elements and compounds such as color, density, viscosity, buoyancy, boiling point,

freezing point, conductivity, and reactivity.[IPC.6C] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry relate the physical and chemical behavior of an element, including bonding and classification, to its

placement on the Periodic Table.[IPC.6D] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry relate the structure of water to its function as a solvent and investigate the properties of solutions and factors affecting gas

and solid solubility, including nature of solute, temperature, pressure, pH, and concentration.[IPC.6E] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry investigate changes of state as it relates to the arrangement of particles of

matter and energy transfer. [IPC.7A] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry recognize that chemical changes can occur when substances react to form different substances and that these interactions are largely

determined by the valence electrons.[IPC.7B] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry demonstrate that mass is conserved when substances undergo chemical change and that the number and kind of

atoms are the same in the reactants and products.[IPC.7C] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry analyze energy changes that accompany chemical reactions such as those occurring in heat packs, cold packs, and glow sticks

and classify them as exothermic or endothermic reactions.[IPC.7D] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry describe types of nuclear reactions such as fission and fusion and their roles in applications such as medicine

and energy production. [IPC.7E] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry research and describe the environmental and economic impact of the end-products of chemical reactions such as those that may

result in acid rain, degradation of water and air quality, and ozone depletion.[IPC.7F] October 2014 Secondary Science - Integrated Physics and Chemistry

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