• 6/8 to 6/10 Assignment:

    • Complete the questions in the image below. You can use the powerpoint labeled Electricity powerpoint that is located above this assignment post. It will help you find the answers to the questions that are located below.
    • Complete any make-up work that you have left to turn in then enjoy the summer! Hopefully I will see you in september in school!
    • Turn the answers to the questions in via remind or email.
      • For microsoft word documents send to deanb@crhsd.org and for google docs send your work to deanthecoach@gmail.com

    Questions:

    1.     Simply stated, Electricity is best described as the flow of what along a path (wire or conduit).

    2.       The Generation of electricity involves the turning of what between the poles of a magnet and cutting through the lines of the magnetic field?


    3.       There are three categories of electrical generation, what are they?

     4.       1n 2018, what was the individual percentage that each of these three forms contributed to electrical generation in the United States?

     5.       A complete and closed path around which electrical current can flow is called what?

     6.       What do we call a single path circuit for electrical current to flow?

     7.       What do we call a multipath circuit for electrical current to flow?

     8.       This is how we refer to the power that pushes the electrons down their path.

     9.       What do we call the movement of electrons along a path (e.g., wire)?

     10.   What do we call the impedance to the flow of electrons?

     11.   What do we report in Ohms?

     12.   What do we report in Amps?

     13.   What do we report in Volts?

     14.   If an open circuit contains a TV, a lamp, and vacuum cleaner, which of these is operating?

     15.   What helps to explain the relationship between voltage, current, and resistance?

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  • 6/2 to 6/5 Assignment:

    • Complete the questions in the image below. You can the powerpoint labeled Newton's Laws powerpoint above the listing of this assignment to help you find the answers to the questions as well as the youtube link that is directly below.
    • Turn the answers to the questions in via remind or email.
      • For microsoft word documents send to deanb@crhsd.org and for google docs send your work to deanthecoach@gmail.com
     
    Newton's Laws of Motion Problems
    1. What did Newton account for in his laws of motion that Aristotle did not consider?
    2. What is Newton’s first law referred to as?  The law of ______________
    3. What is Newton’s second law referred to as?  The law of ______________
    4. What is Newton’s third law referred to as? The law of ______________
    5. Finish this statement: A body at rest wants to stay at rest, while a body in motion wants to stay in motion, unless ______________.
    6. Finish this statement: The acceleration of an object of constant mass is proportional to the ______________.
    7. Finish this statement: For every action, there is ______________.
    8. Which of Newton’s three laws is the following an example of?
      • The launch of a rocket into space.
    9. Which of Newton’s three laws is the following an example of?
      • Egg on a toilet paper roll that falls into a glass when one of the upward forces is removed.
    10. Which of Newton’s three laws is the following an example of?
      • A wheelbarrow of bricks moved across the yard, that takes longer when more bricks are added to the wheelbarrow.
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  • 5/26 to 6/1 Assignment:

    • Complete the questions in the image below. You can the powerpoint labeled Stars powerpoint below the questions to help you complete them as well as the youtube link that is directly below.
    • Turn the answers to the questions in via remind or email.
      • For microsoft word documents send to deanb@crhsd.org and for google docs send your work to deanthecoach@gmail.com

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  • Turn in the answers for the questions below via email or remind. 

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  • 5/11 - 5/15 Assignment

    Use the powerpoint below and the youtube link to complete the Punnett Squares, Dominant %, Hybrid %, Recessive %, and the likely Phenotype. 

    Take a picture of the completed work and send it to me via email deanb@crhsd.org or message the picture back to me in remind.  

    This work is due 5/15

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  • 5/4 to 5/7 Assignment:

    Answer the following questions through research on the internet and from previous online assignments. Then send those answers to me on 5/7, if you have any questions please email or remind message me. I am available most of the day for an immediate answer and will be at my computer 12 - 2 pm every week day. Here are your questions:

    1. Where are Valence Electrons found?
    2. What are the two types of valence electrons?
    3. What do elements use valence electrons for?
    4. Valence electrons can number from 1 to how many?
    5. What is the difference between an atom and an ion?
    6. What is the difference between electron donors and electron receivers?
    7. What determines the charge of an electron donor?
    8. What determines the charge of the electron receiver?
    9. How many electrons are in a full octet?
    10. Up to how many electrons can be found in the S orbital?
    11. Up to how many electrons can be found in the P orbital?
    12. Up to how many electrons can be found in the D orbital?
    13. Up to how many electrons can be found in the F orbital?
    14. How many energy Levels are there?
    15. What is significant about the valence electrons in the last group of the periodic table?
    16. What is the special name for that last group?
    17. What would the charge for Calcium (Ca) be?
    18. What would the charge for Bromine (Br) be?
    19. What would the charge for Neon (Ne) be?
    20. What would the charge for Chlorine (Cl) be?
    21. What would the charge for Sodium (Na) be?
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  • Name / Word Element Project- 

    • Choose your name or use an inspirational word with a minimum of 6 letters.
    • Use the element symbol that coincides with the letter (s) in your name
      • Due by 4/29, is the word and the name of the elements that you have chosen to research. 
    • You must include the following information for each letter
      • Element Name
      • Element Symbol
      • Period #
      • Group #
      • Atomic #
      • # of Protons
      • # of Neutrons
      • # of Electrons
      • Primary use of that element
    • This project is due 5/1
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  • 4/20 - Monday’s Deliverables

    • Nothing to submit today
    • Review the new Image Below
    • Begin working on Tuesday’s Practice Problems

    4/21 - Tuesday’s Deliverables

    Practice Problem submittal

    1.     The weight of a flash drive is 3 grams. Convert the measurement to cg.

     2.     The distance between Billy’s house and grandma’s is 2,587 m.  How far is this in km?

    3.     7,565,429.259 dl of water were placed into a large tank.  How many hl of water were put into the tank?

     4.     A typical laptop computer has a mass of about 1.3 kg.  What is the mass of the laptop in dg?

    5.     A typical 10 AWG copper wire can only be run 152.4 m before a voltage drop occurs.  How many hm can the length of the wire be?

    6.     A small bowl contains 500 ml of milk.  How many liters of milk does it contain? 

    7.     A woman in England celebrated losing 6,000 g on her diet.  How many kg has she lost?

    8.     A dehydrated man was administered .45 dal of saline solution in the hospital.  How much saline solution did he receive in ml?

    9.     A box being shipped must have a mass that does not exceed 3 hg.  How many g is this?

    10. The little boy has a stick that was a meter long.  How many dm was it in length?

    4/22 - Wednesday’s Deliverables

    • Nothing to submit today
    • Begin working on corrections to identified errors on practice problems submitted as part of Tuesday’s deliverables

    4/23 - Thursday’s Deliverables

    • Corrected practice problem errors submitted
    • You will receive an email with assessment problems listed, begin work and submit by Friday

    4/24 - Friday’s Deliverables

    • Submit the Assessment that is in the Thursday Deliverables. 
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  • 3/30 - 4/3 - (Use the poweroint that is connected to the link on the right to answer your daily questions)

    • 3/30 - Read through slide 18 of the powerpoint Deliverables:
      1. Name the process for the following reactions:
        • Water to Steam
        • Water to Ice '
        • Steam to Water
        • Ice to Water
      2. Describe how the particles are moving for the following states of matter
        • Solid
        • Liquid 
        • Gas
    • 3/31 - Read through slides 19 - 32 to answer the following questions
      1. What is an atom? How does it relate to an element?
      2. The three particles in an atom are listed below, write where each one can be found, and what charge it has:
        • Proton
        • Electron
        • Neutron
    • 4/1 - Research the following questions on the Periodic Table
      1. Who created the Periodic Table, is it the same one we use today?
      2. What are periods and groups in the periodic table?
      3. How are the elements in the periodic table arranged?
      4. Are the elements in each group arranged together for a reason? How?
    • 4/2 - Use Slides 26 - 33 to help you answer the following questions
      1. Atomic Weight = _________+ __________
      2. Atomic Number =  the number of ________
      3. How can you find the number of neutrons?
      4. How can you find the number of electrons?
      5. Using a different element than the one that is in the powerpoint, find the following information:
        • Element Name
        • Chemical Symbol 
        • Atomic Weight
        • Atomic Number
        • # of protons
        • # of neutrons
        • # of electrons
    • 4/3 - Create a 5 slide powerpoint for the element you used in #5 for 4/2. You must include the following informationin your powerpoint:
      • The information from #5 on 4/2
      • Products that your element is in
      • What family does your element belong to?
      • What are the physical and chemical characteristics of this family?
      • Include at least one picture per slide
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