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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

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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

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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

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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

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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







• 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

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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?

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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?

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An object moving in a circle at constant speed is accelerated
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• 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?