Ch 32: Michigan Merit Exam: Nuclear Reactions

About This Chapter

This chapter on nuclear reactions will help prepare you for the physics portion of the Michigan Merit Exam. The informative video lessons combine with the written lesson transcripts to help ensure your comprehension of the presented material.

Michigan Merit Exam: Nuclear Reactions - Chapter Summary

Use these lessons to help you understand what holds the nucleus of an atom together, what happens when there are changes in the system, and how this information can be used. This chapter will cover these topics:

  • Nuclear force and building energy
  • Radioactive decay
  • Applications of nuclear chemistry
  • The generation of energy in stars

The structure of our lessons enhances comprehension by presenting the subject covered in two different ways: the entertaining video and the provided lesson transcript. These can be reviewed as many times as necessary, and--in case you don't need to watch the whole video again--you can use the interactive timeline feature to skip straight to the topic you're interested in. Finally, our practice quizzes and exams will help you make sure you are retaining the information you need for test day.

Michigan Merit Exam: Nuclear Reactions Chapter Objectives

The Michigan Merit Exam (MME) is given to public-school students in the 11th grade every spring to gauge how they are developing relative to Michigan's academic standards. This study chapter on nuclear reactions is designed to help you prepare for the science portion of the computer-based M-Step test, which has an expected completion time of almost an hour. Just one portion of the multifaceted MME, the science session of the M-Step has no official time limit.

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