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2022 Item by Item Results for GRADE HS INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS

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Sizer School: A North Central Charter Essential School - GRADE HS INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS
1HS.PHY.2.10Analyze a speed vs. time graph for an object to determine the position of the object at different times.
2HS.PHY.2.4Compare the electric forces between two pairs of charges.
3HS.PHY.2.9Determine which change to a circuit would reduce the total current in the circuit by half.
4HS.PHY.2.1Analyze a speed vs. time graph for an object and identify the free-body force diagram that represents the forces acting on the object.
5HS.PHY.2.2Calculate the final momentum of an object that is accelerated from rest.
6HS.PHY.3.5Describe how the energy between two charged objects changes when one of the objects moves and determine which model represents an electric field around two charged objects.
7HS.PHY.2.5Identify that an electric current produces a magnetic field, based on evidence from an investigation.
8HS.PHY.3.3Calculate the efficiency of a device.
9HS.PHY.4.5Interpret a diagram of light passing from air into glass and describe the angle of refraction.
10HS.PHY.4.1Explain why some particles of light have more energy than other particles of light.
11HS.PHY.2.9Calculate the current in a series circuit with multiple resistors.
12HS.PHY.3.1Describe how the energy of an object changes as it falls.
13HS.PHY.2.10Complete a model to show the magnitudes of a force acting on an object during multiple trials of an investigation.
14HS.PHY.3.1Calculate the kinetic energy of an object.
15HS.PHY.2.10Identify the free-body force diagram for an accelerating object and describe how the speed of the object changes as it accelerates.
16HS.PHY.2.1Calculate an object's acceleration, describe how changing the distance over which a force is applied to the object affects its velocity, and describe one way to change the object's acceleration.
17HS.PHY.2.3Calculate the change in momentum of an object.
18HS.PHY.2.4Describe a change to a pair of charges that would increase the distance between them.
19HS.PHY.2.1Determine which velocity vs. time graph represents the motion of an object with zero net force acting on it.
20HS.PHY.3.1Interpret a diagram to determine where an object has its greatest amount of gravitational potential energy (GPE), calculate the object's GPE, compare the object's kinetic energy (KE) at two positions, and determine the object's position when its KE and GPE are equal.
21HS.PHY.4.1Calculate the speed of a sound wave and compare the characteristics of mechanical and electromagnetic waves.
22HS.PHY.2.10Interpret a velocity vs. time graph to determine the distance a car travels.
23HS.PHY.2.1Using a model of the horizontal forces acting on an object, calculate the velocity of the object.
24HS.PHY.2.2Describe how the momentum of a system is affected by a collision.
25HS.PHY.2.10Interpret a position vs. time graph to determine when a person was farthest from the starting position and to identify the time interval when the person had the greatest speed.
26HS.PHY.4.1Calculate the frequency of a wave.
27HS.PHY.1.8Describe how the mass and energy of a nucleus change during a radioactive decay process.
28HS.PHY.4.5Interpret a model of two wave pulses to determine the resulting destructive interference model.
29HS.PHY.2.4Interpret a data table to determine which pair of objects has the greatest gravitational attraction between them.
30HS.PHY.4.1Interpret a graph of the speed of sound in three media to determine which medium is a solid, which is a liquid, and which is a gas.
31HS.PHY.2.2Complete a model to show the velocities of two spheres after a collision.
32HS.PHY.2.3Describe how extending the time interval over which a force acts on an object during a collision reduces the impact of the collision.
33HS.PHY.3.4Interpret a temperature vs. time graph for two objects in thermal contact to determine when the objects reached thermal equilibrium.
34HS.PHY.3.4Determine the observation that best supports a student's prediction about the direction of thermal energy transfer.
35HS.PHY.3.4Calculate the final temperature of an object after thermal energy is added.
36HS.PHY.3.4Calculate the amount of thermal energy transferred to a liquid and determine how the temperature change of the liquid would have been different if the mass of the liquid was greater.
37HS.PHY.3.2Describe how the average molecular motion of molecules changed in two containers, use data to support a claim that energy was conserved, and explain why the average molecular motion of molecules was the same when thermal equilibrium was reached.
38HS.PHY.2.5Explain why a magnetic field is present near a wire.
39HS.PHY.4.1Determine the additional information needed to calculate the wavelength of a sound.
40HS.PHY.2.9Calculate the voltage of the battery in a series circuit.
41HS.PHY.4.5Identify the wave behavior used by a device and explain how the wave produced by the device could be changed to be effective in a new situation.
42HS.PHY.2.9Identify a circuit component and describe its function, calculate the total resistance of a circuit, compare the current through two resistors, and calculate the voltage drop across a resistor.

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