Ch 28: Michigan Merit Exam: Electric Charges

About This Chapter

Learn about electric charges in preparation for the physics portions of the Michigan Merit Exam. These lessons were created by experienced teachers who are available to answer any questions you may have when you fill out the simple form under the teacher tab.

Michigan Merit Exam: Electric Charges - Chapter Summary

You can do well on the Michigan Merit Exam. Refresh your knowledge of the ways in which positively and negatively charged substances interact and learn about Coulomb's law. The lessons in this brief chapter will teach you about:

  • Electric charge and force
  • Diagrams of electric force fields
  • Coulomb's law

The video lessons can be viewed and reviewed as necessary, and the interactive video timeline feature enables you to search for the specific topics you most need to see. An expert instructor is available to answer your questions via a form under the teacher tab. You can use the lesson quizzes and practice exams to ensure retention of the information and prepare for test day.

Michigan Merit Exam: Electric Charges Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam is administered by the Michigan Department of Education every spring to measure the academic achievement of 11th graders in the state. The exam is really three tests: the ACT Plus Writing, three sections of the ACT WorkKeys exam, and a state developed test called the M-Step. This chapter relates to the ACT Plus Writing and the M-Step; both test students on physics topics. The ACT science test is timed at 35 minutes and has 40 multiple-choice questions presented in a paper-and-pencil format. Prepare to spend about 50 minutes taking the computer-based M-Step science session.

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