Grade 11 STEM Subjects

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Grade 11 STEM Subjects by Mind Map: Grade 11 STEM Subjects

1. Plate Tectonics

1.1. Theories

1.1.1. Continental Drift (Wegener's) Observations Matching fossils Mountain belt (North America, Europe, Greenland) Rocks Glacial deposits (ice sheet)

1.1.2. Contracting Earth (Raisin) Concept Cooling and contracting of planet It is the 20th century paradigm

1.2. Seafloor Topography

1.2.1. Key features Oceanic ridge Submarine mountain range and source of volcanic activity Often found toward center of oceans Occupies much of the seafloor in ocean basins Oceanic trench Narrow, deepest portion of ocean floor Continental shelf Narrow, shallow ocean surrounding continents Abyssal Plain

1.3. Evidence from the Seafloor

1.3.1. Age of the Seafloor Varies systematically Seafloor rocks are younger compared to most continent rocks

1.3.2. Heat flow Varies systematically Highest along oceanic ridges Lowest on continents and in oceans from ridges

1.3.3. Earthquakes Deeper earthquakes at longer trenches

1.4. Most active are found near oceanic trenches

1.5. Volcanoes

2. Earth is center

3. Type of Internet and Network Attacks

3.1. Virus

3.2. Trojan Horses

3.3. Worms

4. Doppler Effect

4.1. High frequency (short wavelength) - near the Earth

4.2. Concept

4.2.1. Sound waves Low frequency (long wavelength) - far from Earth Stars DIE when hydrogen is USED UP

4.2.2. Light waves ROYGBIV concept Red stars - far from Earth Violet stars - near the Earth

5. Has dark spots (cooler) due to magnetic fields

6. Can use different text and background colors for main topic and branches

7. Word

8. Sun

8.1. Sunspot cycle (solar maximum/minimum): 11 years

9. Change in frequency of sound waves and light waves

10. Equatorial and Polar Regions

11. Earth Science

11.1. Earth deflects solar wind from Sun

11.1.1. Solar wind + Earth's magnetic field = Aurora

11.2. Concept

11.3. Earth and Space

11.3.1. Ideas Old Geocentric Sun is center New Heliocentric Definition

11.3.2. The Big Bang Theory I'm not sure what these are Brightness Luminosity

11.3.3. Solar System Definition Mostly rocks Terrestrial Examples Planets Stars FORM when hydrogen FUSE TOGETHER 90% of the composition of human body: C, H, O Kinds

11.3.4. Earth Spheres Division Concept Composition Crust Mantle Core Characteristics Has gravity Has a protective atmosphere Has life-sustaining gases Concept Reasons why it is not accepted Has a strong magnetic field

11.4. Rocks and Minerals

11.5. Earthquakes

11.6. Weathering and Soil

11.7. Landslides and Slope Failure

11.7.1. Volcanoes and Other Mountains

11.8. Atmosphere

11.9. Weather Systems

12. Empowerment Technologies

12.1. MS Office

12.1.1. Excel

12.1.2. Powerpoint For making presentations

12.2. GIMP

12.2.1. Definition GNU Image Manipulation Program

12.2.2. Features Photo editing

12.2.3. For making spreadsheets, tables, etc

12.3. Mind Mapping

12.3.1. Definition A spider diagram/concept map maker

12.3.2. Features

12.4. Computer Troubleshooting and Security

12.4.1. Types of Intruders Cracker Can access on different devices using account Hacker Script kiddie Corporate spies Cyber extortionist Cyber terrorism

12.5. For making documents, letters, etc

13. Business Math

13.1. Interest

13.1.1. Annuity Deffered

13.1.2. Simple

13.1.3. Compound

13.2. Conjunction (AND)

14. Negation (NOT)

15. Disjunction (OR)

16. Inference Rules

16.1. Rule of Simplification

16.2. Rule of Modus Tollens

16.3. Rule of Hypothetical Syllogism

16.4. Rule of Disjunctive Syllogism

16.5. Rule of Modus Ponens

17. Quadratic

17.1. y = 3x^2 + x – 2

18. Functions

18.1. Rational

18.1.1. x + 6 = 7/x

18.2. Inverse

18.2.1. f^-1(x) = x/3 + x/2

18.3. Exponential

18.3.1. 5^(2x -4) = 3^3

18.4. Logarithmic

18.4.1. log 4 (3x-2) = 2

19. Rule of Addition

20. Rule of Conjunction

21. General Mathematics

21.1. Logic

21.1.1. Logical Operators Exclusive Or (XOR) Implication

21.1.2. Biconditional