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SCI 110 TEST S

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An object moving in a circle at constant speed is accelerated \ • Question 2 A bullet is fired upward. As it rises, • Question 3 The radius of the path of an object moving in a circle at constant speed is halved. If the speed remains the same, the centripetal force needed is • Question 4 If the moon were half as far from the earth as it is now, the gravitational force it exerts on the earth would be


• Question 5 Relative to what she weighs on the earth, an astronaut visiting another planet • Question 6 A moose weighing 3 kN is standing still. The force the ground exerts on the moose is • Question 7 A snail travels 45 cm in 20 min. Its average speed is • Question 8 Which of the following units could be associated with a vector quantity? • Question 9 Of the following, a molecule is best described as • Question 10


The properties of several different materials are being compared. If the samples all have the same volume, the one with the greatest mass also has the greatest • Question 11 Which of the following is not true of molecular motion in a gas? • Question 12 The circulation of hot air in a room is an example of transfer of heat by • Question 13 When heat is added to a body of matter, the resulting temperature increase does not depend upon • Question 14 The pressure at the bottom of a barrel filled with liquid does not depend on the • Question 15


The temperature of a gas sample in a rigid container is reduced. The pressure the gas exerts on the container walls decreases because • Question 16 Ice floats in water because • Question 17 The concept that gravitation is a distortion of space-time is part of • Question 18 Which of the following quantities is always the same to all observers? • Question 19 The angular momentum of spinning object depends, in part, on its mass and how fast it is spinning. Consider the following situation: a skater spins slowly on one skate, with her arms and the other leg extended. As she pulls in her arms and extended leg, she spins faster. This is because


• Question 20 The linear momentum of a 400-kg giraffe galloping at 5 m/s is • Question 21 An object that has linear momentum must also have • Question 22 The watt is a unit of • Question 23 What never changes when two or more objects collide is • Question 24 On a molecular level heat is • Question 25 The current with which a transformer is used • Question 26


Coulomb's formula F = KQ1Q2/R2 gives the force between two charges in free space. The value of K • Question 27 Which of the following statements is not true? • Question 28 A negative electric charge • Question 29 An object has a positive electric charge whenever • Question 30 A drawing of the field lines of a magnetic field provides information on • Question 31 The relationship between voltage, current, and resistance in a metallic wire:


• Question 32 When an observer moves past a stationary electric charge, she detects • Question 33 When first proposed, a scientific idea is usually called a • Question 34 The period of the earth's orbit around the sun is • Question 35 If the earth had no moon, • Question 36 Stars and planets are round because • Question 37 The scientist who showed that gravity accounts for Kepler's laws of planetary motion was


• Question 38 What distinguishes the scientific method from other ways of looking at the natural world is • Question 39 Scientific theories • Question 40 In which one or more of the following is the earth assumed to be the center of the universe? ------------------------------------------------------------------. SCI 110 Week 2 Individual Assignment Stress Effects and Management Proposal

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Resources: The text, MyHealthLabÂŽ Select a stress management technique from Ch. 2 & 3 of the text. Practice the selected technique for 2 days as you consider the following questions: How do the four components of psychosocial health affect your well-being? How effective was the technique in reducing your stress? Would you use that technique again? Would you recommend it to others? Imagine that your company has announced an upcoming onsite wellness program and your manager has asked you to submit a proposal for a stress management technique to implement at work. Write a 700- to 1,050-word proposal about the stress management technique that includes information from the Week Two readings, information from the Stress Management Proposal, and responses to the following questions: How do you think you would have responded to other stress management techniques? How would you rank the stress management techniques in terms of personal effectiveness? Once you have ranked them, be sure to provide your rationale for your personal ranking. Include at least one peer-reviewed reference. Format your proposal consistent with APA guidelines. -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 2 Quiz 1

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Instructions This quiz consists of 10 multiple choice questions and covers the material in Chapter 1. Be sure you are in Chapter 1 when you take the quiz. • Question 1 • In science, this is a fully developed logical structure based on general principles that ties together a variety of observations and experimental findings and permits as-yet-unknown phenomena and connections to be predicted. • Question 2 • The star in the northern hemisphere that has long been used by travelers because of its nearly unchanging position is known as • Question 3 When first proposed, a scientific idea is usually called a • Question 4 The period of the earth's orbit around the sun is • Question 5


The scientist who showed that gravity accounts for Kepler's laws of planetary motion was • Question 6 Scientific theories • Question 7 What distinguishes the scientific method from other ways of looking at the natural world is • Question 8 In which one or more of the following is the earth assumed to be the center of the universe? • Question 9 Which of the following has the greatest effect on the tides of the Earth? • Question 10 Stars and planets are round because


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• Question 1 Which of the following units could be associated with a vector quantity? • Question 2 Relative to what she weighs on the earth, an astronaut visiting another planet • Question 3 When a skater is spinning on the ice and pulls her arms in she will spin faster. When she then puts her arms back out she will spin slower. This effect occurs due to the


• Question 4 A moose weighing 3 kN is standing still. The force the ground exerts on the moose is • Question 5 An astronaut takes a rocket into space. As he rises, • Question 6 An object moving in a circle at constant speed is accelerated • Question 7 The concept that gravitation is a distortion of space-time is part of • Question 8 On a molecular level heat is • Question 9 An object that has linear momentum must also have


• Question 10 The watt is a unit of • Question 11 What never changes when two or more objects collide is • Question 12 Which of the following quantities is always the same to all observers? -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 4 Assignment 1 Applications of the Scientific Method

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Assignment 1: Applications of the Scientific Method Due Week 4 and worth 160 points The scientific method is useful in problem solving and decisionmaking in a wide variety of fields. In this assignment, you will demonstrate how to use the scientific method to make decisions and solve problems in your field of study or everyday life. Identify a specific problem often faced in your field of study or everyday life. Research your problem and assess your data / research. Examples of such problems could be: 1.Business 1.Developing a new product that is superior to competitor’s brands; or 2.Establishing a price for a new product using the law of supply and demand; 2.Information Systems and Technology 1.The use of personal electronic devices for work purpose, or 2.Determining in the most cost-effective computer for your business; 3.Criminal Justice 1.The reliability of eyewitness testimony, or 2.Determining what evidence reveals to you about a crime; 4.Everyday Life 1.Selecting a particular brand of detergent, or 2.Determining the most cost-efficient transportation / route for your commute. Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you:


1.Explain the scientific method and describe the overall manner in which you would apply it in your field of study or everyday life. 2.Propose one (1) testable hypothesis to explain / solve the problem you have selected. State the expected outcomes of your actions and include criteria for determining whether or not these actions would succeed. Note: Your hypothesis should be stated very precisely. 3.Describe the main actions that you intend to put into place to test the hypothesis that you proposed in Question 2. Describe the way in which you would evaluate the success of your program. Include the results that you would deem as a success and the results that would be considered a failure. 4.Discuss the wisdom behind the strategy you would use to test the hypothesis from Question 3, and describe the additional steps you might take, depending on the results of your test. Note: These additional steps might be to revise your original hypothesis (if the results were unsatisfactory) or to propose new hypotheses. The goal is to continuously improve your understanding of the factors influencing your outcomes, to be able to achieve greater results over time. 5.Use at least two (2) quality resources / references in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and personal blogs do not qualify as quality resources. Your report must follow these formatting requirements: •Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.


•Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: •Apply concepts in physical sciences to evaluate current trends and issues in the modern world. •Describe the physical processes influencing climate and weather. •Use technology and information resources to research issues in physical sciences. •Write clearly and concisely about physical sciences using proper writing mechanics. -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 5 Quiz 4

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• Question 1 In a transverse wave, the individual particles of the medium move


• Question 2 Two waves meet at a time when one has the instantaneous amplitude A and the other has the instantaneous amplitude B. Their combined amplitude at this time is • Question 3 The higher the frequency of an electromagnetic wave, • Question 4 This type of lens is often used in a magnifying glass because the when an object is closer than f from the lens, the image is erect, virtual and larger than the object. • Question 5 Of the following kinds of waves, the ones that cannot travel through a vacuum are • Question 6 When waves go from one place to another, they carry


• Question 7 When a nucleus undergoes radioactive decay, its new mass number is • Question 8 A chain reaction does not occur in • Question 9 The chemical behavior of an atom is determined by its • Question 10 As a sample of a radioactive nuclide decays, its half-life • Question 11 The most important single source of radiation dosage received by an average person in the United States is • Question 12


Which of the following is equivalent to the nucleus of a helium atom? -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 5 quiz

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• Question 1 Two waves meet at a time when one has the instantaneous amplitude A and the other has the instantaneous amplitude B. Their combined amplitude at this time is • Question 2 Of the following kinds of waves, the ones that cannot travel through a vacuum are • Question 3 When waves go from one place to another, they carry


• Question 4 In a transverse wave, the individual particles of the medium move • Question 5 This type of lens is often used in a magnifying glass because the when an object is closer than f from the lens, the image is erect, virtual and larger than the object. • Question 6 The higher the frequency of an electromagnetic wave, • Question 7 As a sample of a radioactive nuclide decays, its half-life • Question 8 Which of the following is equivalent to the nucleus of a helium atom?


• Question 9 The chemical behavior of an atom is determined by its • Question 10 The most important single source of radiation dosage received by an average person in the United States is • Question 11 A chain reaction does not occur in • Question 12 When a nucleus undergoes radioactive decay, its new mass number is -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 6 Quiz 5 (2)

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• Question 1 A moving body is described by its wave function Ψ at a certain time and place. The value of Ψ is proportional to the body's • Question 2 The uncertainty principle is a fundamental part of • Question 3 X-rays are • Question 4 The idea that light has both wave and particle properties is accepted because • Question 5 Which of the following cannot be explained by the quantum theory of light? • Question 6


A photon is emitted by an atom when one of the atom's electrons • Question 7 The statement that the elements in a given compound are always combined in the same proportions by mass is known as • Question 8 According to the periodic table, the chemical properties of the elements are periodic functions of their • Question 9 Which of the following is a heterogeneous mixture? • Question 10 An atom whose outer electron shell lacks one electron from being filled is • Question 11 Which of the following statements is not true of all metals?


• Question 12 The inert gases -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 6 quiz 5

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• Question 1 The uncertainty principle is a fundamental part of • Question 2 X-rays are • Question 3 A photon is emitted by an atom when one of the atom's electrons


• Question 4 Which of the following cannot be explained by the quantum theory of light? • Question 5 A moving body is described by its wave function Ψ at a certain time and place. The value of Ψ is proportional to the body's • Question 6 The idea that light has both wave and particle properties is accepted because • Question 7 An atom whose outer electron shell lacks one electron from being filled is • Question 8 The inert gases • Question 9


Which of the following statements is not true of all metals? • Question 10 Which of the following is a heterogeneous mixture? • Question 11 The statement that the elements in a given compound are always combined in the same proportions by mass is known as • Question 12 According to the periodic table, the chemical properties of the elements are periodic functions of their -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 7 quiz 6

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• Question 1 Reverse osmosis • Question 2 A solution of lye, NaOH, in water is • Question 3 Ionic crystals dissolve only in liquids that are • Question 4 When an acid is added to a basic solution, the pH of the solution • Question 5 The chief use of freshwater in the world is in • Question 6 The individual particles in an ionic solid are held together as a result of


• Question 7 Most chemical reactions • Question 8 When a substance loses electrons in a chemical reaction, the substance is said to be • Question 9 One molecule of which of the following compounds contains the largest number of fluorine atoms? • Question 10 The speed of a chemical reaction is affected by • Question 11 Which of the following compounds is not classed as an oxide? • Question 12 Chemical reactions that give off energy are called


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• Question 1 Below a thin sedimentary layer, the ocean floors consist of • Question 2 The rapid cooling of lava on the earth's surface produces a rock characterized by • Question 3 Which of the following minerals is most resistant to weathering?


• Question 4 A stream's ability to transport debris depends on all of the following except the • Question 5 Most earthquakes are caused by • Question 6 Magma is • Question 7 The oldest division of geologic time is • Question 8 Which of the following statements is in accord with present knowledge? • Question 9


The earth recycles its outer crust at a subduction zone, where the oceanic crust is thrust under the continental plates. This zone is never • Question 10 Relative to the thickness of the earth's crust under the continents, under the oceans the crust is • Question 11 It is believed that India • Question 12 Large-scale biological extinctions can be caused by -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 9 Assignment 2 Global Warming Cause and Mitigation

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Assignment 2: Global Warming: Cause and Mitigation Due Week 9 and worth 160 points Among the most controversial topics in physical science, global warming has received a great deal of attention during the past decade. Given its great impacts on both humans and the environment, lawmakers and scientists must weigh heavily the information that they are presented. Explore this debate in more detail by evaluating both the scientific basis of this phenomenon and the human role in global warming. Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you: 1. Compare and contrast natural versus anthropogenic climate changes. Include specific examples of each. 2. Take a position as to whether or not global warming is taking place. Provide three (3) lines of evidence to support your position. 3. Assess two (2) current mitigation strategies for global warming, such as carbon sequestration, carbon taxing, clean coal technology, higher fuel efficiency standards, and so on. Include a discussion on the effectiveness of this mitigation strategy, as well as its potential costs and policy implications. 4. Speculate what policy changes you would propose to help stabilize global climate and which business sectors or nations would be held to more strict standards if you implement your proposed policies. 5. Use at least four (4) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources. The body of the paper must have in-text citations that


correspond to the references. Integrate all sources into your paper using proper techniques of quoting, paraphrasing and summarizing, along with proper use of in-text citations to credit your sources Your report must follow these formatting requirements: • Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. • Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: • Apply concepts in physical sciences to evaluate current trends and issues in the modern world. • Describe the physical processes influencing climate and weather, including the roles of natural and anthropogenic activity on climate. • Use technology and information resources to research issues in physical sciences. • Write clearly and concisely about physical sciences using proper writing mechanics. -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 9 quiz

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• Question 1 According to the text, which of the following countries produces the most CO2 per person in the form of emissions from fossil fuels? • Question 2 Solar radiation is ultimately responsible for • Question 3 A factor that helps prevent the widespread use of hydrogen as a fuel is • Question 4 Global climate change is caused, in part, by the buildup of CO2 and other gases that build up in the atmosphere and helped to trap the heat that tries to radiate out into space. This is known as • Question 5


The fossil fuel least polluting to burn is • Question 6 Mercury absorbed in the body damages the nervous system and is especially harmful to unborn children. Pollution by mercury is one result of burning • Question 7 An isobar is • Question 8 On a summer night, coastal land cools below the temperature of the nearby sea. The result is a "land breeze" that blows • Question 9 Temperature differences between summer and winter are greatest • Question 10


If the earth had no atmosphere, there would be no greenhouse effect and its surface would be • Question 11 Of the following gases, the most abundant in the atmosphere is • Question 12 The Gulf Stream is an ocean current that warms the ----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 10 quiz 9

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• Question 1 In the past 3 billion years the main influence on the lunar landscape has been


• Question 2 Venus is very unlikely to support life because • Question 3 Planets shine because they • Question 4 An eclipse of the sun can occur • Question 5 Meteorites never contain • Question 6 Planetary rings • Question 7 Red giant stars • Question 8


A star must have a certain minimum mass in order that gravity squeeze its matter sufficiently to • Question 9 Sunspot activity does not affect • Question 10 Advantages of a telescope in a spacecraft do not include • Question 11 At the end of its period in the main sequence, a star whose mass is near that of the sun • Question 12 What keeps light from escaping from a black hole is its -----------------------------------------------------------------SCI 110 Week 10 quiz

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• Question 1 Venus is very unlikely to support life because • Question 2 Planets shine because they • Question 3 Planetary rings • Question 4 An eclipse of the sun can occur • Question 5 Meteorites never contain • Question 6


In the past 3 billion years the main influence on the lunar landscape has been • Question 7 At the end of its period in the main sequence, a star whose mass is near that of the sun • Question 8 Sunspot activity does not affect • Question 9 A star must have a certain minimum mass in order that gravity squeeze its matter sufficiently to • Question 10 What keeps light from escaping from a black hole is its • Question 11 Red giant stars


• Question 12 Advantages of a telescope in a spacecraft do not include ------------------------------------------------------------------

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