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High School Physics Curriculum Resource & Lesson Plans Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of the following is the best example of The Second Law of Thermodynamics?

Question 2 2. This graph represents an object that is

Question 3 3. Which of the following is a fully described force?

Question 4 4. When did the Big Bang theory first originate and with whom?

Question 5 5. Because a full wave cycle always takes the same amount of time, we say that waves have a _____ nature.

Question 6 6. Which of the following is a common unit that is used to measure energy?

Question 7 7. The direction of a magnetic field is:

Question 8 8. In the diagram of an electric force field, field lines pointing in represent _____.

Question 9 9. Which of the following is NOT a contact force?

Question 10 10. The combination of all frequencies of visible light makes

Question 11 11. Both diffuse and specular reflection will cause an object to appear

Question 12 12. An ambulance siren moving toward you will have a _____ pitch than when it is traveling away from you.

Question 13 13. The carotenoids on a yellow bird's feathers absorb all light frequencies except for

Question 14 14. The visible light spectrum sits between the _____ and _____ regions of the electromagnetic spectrum.

Question 15 15. What happens to the amount of usable energy in a system over time?

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