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Science by Mind Map: Science

1. First Quarter

1.1. Unit 1: The nature of science

1.1.1. The scientific method question and hypothesis experiment analyze data

1.1.2. Lab safety follow the rules Ask instructor Proper equipment

1.1.3. Variables control independent dependent

1.2. Unit 2-5: the laws of motion and Newtons laws

1.2.1. Scalar Math and Vectors tip to tail significant figures v=dt

1.2.2. 1-D Kinematics ignore the effects of friction ignore the effects of air resistance treat all objects as if they are point-like objects located at their centers of mass

1.2.3. Doppler shift Amplitude Frequency Hertz

1.2.4. Newton's 1st law A object in motion stays in motion and an object at rest stays at rest unless by and unbalanced force Orbits Realtivity

1.2.5. Newton's 2nd law f=ma force ampliers Free body diagrams

1.2.6. Newton's 3rd law For every action there is an opposite and equal reaction Momuetum Simple Machines

2. Second Quarter

2.1. Unit 6: Gravitational force

2.1.1. types of energy Spring potential energy Light energy torque Sound/heat energy Kinetic energy

2.1.2. Gravitational fields Blackholes Electric field lines GPE

2.1.3. Gravity and energy transformations Conservation of energy Power Hooke's law

2.2. Unit 7: Electromagnetism

2.2.1. Light and optics spectral lines sound and light waves Electrons interacting light

2.2.2. Circuts Series Parallel Voltage Current

2.3. Unit 8: thermodynamics

2.3.1. Heat transfer Radiation Convection conduction

2.3.2. Energy transfer energy flow between objects time it takes to heat or cool up conservation of energy

2.4. Unit 9: Intro to chemistry

2.4.1. Periodic table hydrogen carbon oxygen

3. Third Quarter

3.1. Unit 10- Unit 13

3.1.1. POE Stociometry Periodic trends cloud chamber: Radioactive decay

3.1.2. Molarity Molecular weight Balance chemical equations Limiting reagents

3.1.3. Nuclear Reactions Beta Decay Gamma Deacy Alpha decay

4. Life Science

4.1. Types of cells

4.1.1. Eukaryotic cells Animal cells Mitochrondria Cell membrane Endoplasmic Reticlum Nucleus Golgi Apparatus Plant cells Nucelus Chloroplasts Cell walls Large central Vacuole Fungal cells Cell wall

4.1.2. Prokaryotic cells Bacterial cells Nucleolus Ribosomes Plasmid Cell wall Flagella and Cilia Archea

4.1.3. important organelles Plant cell organelles Animal cell organelles Bacterial cell organelles

4.2. Cell Processes

4.2.1. Metabolism Cell respiration Anaerobic Aerobic

4.3. Evolution

4.3.1. Natural selection

4.3.2. Predator

4.3.3. prey

4.3.4. trait

5. Earth and Space Science notes

5.1. Cornell notes:

5.2. Presentation slides: