# Physics Ch. 1 Review

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- Q1The area of physics that has to do with motion and its causes, interactions between objectsrelativityquantum mechanicsthermodynamicsmechanics30s
- Q2The area of physics that has to do with lightopticsthermodynamicswave phenomenamechanics30s
- Q3Working with electricity, magnetism and lightopticsquantum mechanicselectromagnetismrelativity30s
- Q4A grandfather clock moving back and forth and chiming would be an example of this area of physicsopticsquantum mechanicsvibrations and wave phenomenathermodynamics30s
- Q5What are the standard SI dimensions?mass, length, and timelength, height, and widthvelocity, speed, and timemass, area, and volume30s
- Q6What is the symbol for megameter?ummmMmcm30s
- Q7The SI base unit for measuring timehoursmillisecondsminutesseconds30s
- Q8The SI base unit for measuring masslitersecondmeterkilogram30s
- Q9The SI base unit for measuring lengthincheswidthmeterheight30s
- Q10The length of a shark was measured 3 times. The values where 3.38m, 3.39m, and 3.87m. The known length of the shark is 5.12m. The measurements areaccuratepreciseprecise and accurateneither30s
- Q11milli-10^-210^-610^310^-330s
- Q12centi-10^-110^-210^-310^330s
- Q13Convert the distance of 3.0 x 10^-10 to nm.3.0 x 10^-1 nm or 0.30 nm3.0 x 10^-190.3 x 10 ^1 nm or 3.00 nm120s
- Q14The distance from Earth to the moon is about 4.4 x 10^6m. Express this distance in km.4000 km or 10^34400 km or 4.4 x 10^344km or 4.4 x 10^1km440 km or 4.4 x 10^2120s
- Q15_________ describes how close a measurement is to the correct value.accuracyuncertainprecisioncontrolled30s