# Everyday Physics

Subjects : science, literacy
Instructions:
• Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
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• Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. Gallons per minute (gpm) - liters/s - cubic feet per minute (cfm) or m^3/s

2. You cant get as much out as you put in

4. The force that brings a system back to equilibrium

5. 1.25 kg/m^3

6. You cant get as much out as you put in

7. The energy that flows from one system to another because of their temperature difference.

8. An object that is thrown or struck or shot and then travels under the influence of gravity

9. You can't get more work out than the energy you put in

10. 100 -000 n/m^2

11. 25%

12. Speed of light / wavelength

13. If energy is transferred and the internal energy of system B decreases by some amount then the internal energy of system A must incrase by the same amount.

14. New theory that explained behavior at the atomic level

15. 11 -000 kg/m^3

16. The heat needed to raise the temperature of 1 pound of water by 1 degree F

17. The first to do experimental studies of the laws of motion and was Imprisoned by Pope Urban VIII in 1633 for advocating the Copernican theory - also know as the heliocentric theory - that the earth was a planet revolving around the sun.

18. The total disorder of an object

19. Current x voltage energy/time (joules per second)

20. Voltage / current

21. 2p x square root L/g

22. The level stays the same

23. 2p x square root L/g

24. Wrote Principia in 1687. Made the 3 laws of mechanics and law of gravity. He also invented calculus.

25. If the temperature of system A is less then the temperature of system B then heat flows from B to A (hot to cold)

26. The center of an object

27. T^4

28. Speed of light / wavelength

29. 10 m/s^2

30. P(P2-P1)D^4/128Ln n=fluid's viscosity

31. Initial velocity = acceleration x time

32. Change in velocity / time

33. The amount of heat that is required to raise the temperature of one g of a substance by 1 degree C.

34. Fbottom=Ftop+mg where mg is the weight of the volume

35. A disturbance that propagates through a medium

36. The study of how objects behave (from the very tiny to the very big - and from the beginning of the Universe to its ultimate fate).

37. If the CG is above the edge - the object will not fall

38. Decreases

39. Heat into system - work done by system

40. Distance traveled / time

41.

42. If the temperature of system A is less then the temperature of system B then heat flows from B to A (hot to cold)

43. 1 / period (time)

44. Heat is carried from place to place by the bulk movement of either liquids or gasses

45. 18600 miles/sec

46. Initial velocity = acceleration x time

47. C / f

48.

49. Tube cross section area A - flow speed u vfr= u x A (m/s x m^2)

50. Work done / heat in