Science Notes

  • Physical Changes

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  • The sun

    How do interactions among objects in our universe impact our lives?"},{"left":"Question or Keyw


  • Photosynthesis

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  • Atoms

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  • Fuel System Vocabcards

    Made from traditional fuel sources such as petroleum and oil, and also includes nuclear fuels."},{"left":"A


  • Reading A Periodic table

    When reading a periodic table\n\n-look at the columns (group or family) ^ \\/ (up and down)\n-look at the rows (periods) <-> (left and right)\n\n \n\n-Elements in a family have similar but nit identical properties\n-The \\#for the column indicates the \\# of electrons in outer shells of the element"},{"left":"Where are the valence electrons found?\n\n \n\n \


  • Reading a Periodic Table

    /s3.amazonaws.com/classmint.img/2fde6db4-be11-4263-8dec-ec868cb050f9.png) \n\n \n\n \n\nElement in a family have similar but not identical properties. \n\nThe number for the column indicates the number of electrons in outer shells of the element."},{"left":"where are the valence electrons found?\n\n \n\n \n\n


  • Reading a Periodic Table

    when reading a periodic table:\n\n-look at the columns (group or family) up and down\n-look at the rows (periods) left and right\n\n \n\n-Elements in a family have similar but not identical properties\n-The number for the column indicates the number of electrons in outer shells of the element"},{"left":"What does the group tell us


  • Reading A Periodic table

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  • Reading A Periodic Table

    How do i read a Periodic Table to determine the element group/family and period number ?\n\n "},{"left":"How can you tell


  • Reading and Periodic Table Notes

    How do I read a periodic table to determine the elements group/family and period number?"},{"left":"Question or Keyw


  • Periodic Table Ahriel Raboteau 10/15/13

    Answer or Notes about the Keyword or Question here..."},{"left":"Question or Keywords ","right":"When reading a periodic table\n\n- Look at t


  • Words to know

    Sedimentary rock ","right":"A type of rock that has been press down to


  • Habitats

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  • Habitats

    Answer or Notes about the Keyword or Question here..."},{"left":"Question or Keywords


  • Definition

    When solute dissolves in a solvent until no more can dissolve"},{"left":"Solubility","rig


  • Definitions

    A very heavy flow of water, which is greater than the normal flow of water and goes over the stream's normal channel."},{"left":"Fla


  • Science T.A.I.L.S (Line Graphing)

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  • Day and Year

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  • Sec 1.1 Earth's Interior

    - vibrations that travel through Earth carrying energy released during earthquake(s)"},{"left":"pressure","


  • Cornell Notes for Section 1.2

    The transfer of energy through space."},{"left":"conduct


  • Sec 1.2 Convection and the Earth's Mantle

    - transfer of heat energy through space"},{"left":"conduct


  • Sec 2.1 Forces in Earth's Crust

    - A force that acts upon rock to change its shape or volume."},{"left":"tens


  • Change of state

    Thermal energy and molecular motion\n\n \n\nStates of matter depend on molecular motion\n\n \n\nAny change in thermal energy means a change in molecular motion\n\n \n\nIncreasing the thermal energy will make the substance increase from solid,to liquid to gas\n\n \n\nDecreasing the thermal energy will make the movement of the particles of the substance decrease from gas to liquid to solid\n\n \n\nChanges between solid and liquid\n\n \n\nMelting\n\nThe change in state from solid to liquid \n\nWhen a substance melts the particles in the solid vibrate so fast that they break free fixed in their position\n\n \n\nFreezing \n\nThe change from a liquid to a solid \n\nWhen a substance freezes the particles in a liquid move so slowly that they begin to take on fixed positions\n\n \n\nBoiling \n\nThe change from a liquid to a gas is called vaporization\n\nVaporization takes place when the particles in a liquid gain enough energy to move independently forming a gas\n\nThere are two types of vaporization \n\nEvaporation\n\nBoiling \n\n \n\nThere are different states of matter. There are Gas, Liquid, Solid types of matter. States of mater depend on the molecular motion. With slower motion the object is a solid. An object with high molecular motion is a gas. An object with a medium speed is a liquid. Molecule movement depends on the thermal energy. Higher thermal energy means higher molecular movement. Lower thermal energy means slower molecular movement.\n\n \n\n \n\nEvaporation\n\nVaporization that takes place only on the surface of a liquid\n\n \n\nBoiling \n\nWhen a liquid changes to a gas below surface as well as at the surface\n\nThe boiling point of a substance depends on the pressure of the air about it. The lower pressure the less energy \n\n \n\nCondensation\n\nThe Change from gas to a liquid\n\n \n\nDuring condensation, the particles in a gas lose enough thermal energy to form a liquid\n\nBreathing on a mirror \n\n \n\nChanges from a solid to a gas\n\nSublimation\n\nOccurs when the surface particles of a sold gain enough energy that they for, a gas\n\nDuring sublimation particles of a solid do not pass through the liquid state as they form gas\n\nDry ice \n\n \n\nThere are different states of matter. There are Gas, Liquid, Solid types of matter. States of mater depend on the molecular motion. With slower motion the object is a solid. An object with high molecular motion is a gas. An object with a medium speed is a liquid. Molecule movement depends on the thermal energy. Higher thermal energy means higher molecular movement. Lower thermal energy means slower molecular movement.\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n


  • 1.1 Gravitation

    Any two bodies in the universe attract each other with a force that is \n\n1. Proportional to the product of their masses\n1. Inversely proportional to the square of distance between them.\n\n \n\n[formula]F∝m1m2r2F\\propto \\frac{m\\_1 m\\_2}{r^2} [/formula]\n\n![](https://s3.amazonaws.com/classmint.img/d6a90627-a0ad-4e95-8e3f-e631b06e54c1.png)"},{"left":"Factors affectin


  • 1.2 Gravitation

    It is the measure of inertia of an object.\n\n \n\nInertia is the property of the object that resists the change in its [state](#56d4b14d596e1ffe30583be1)"},{"left":"We


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    - Earth's orbit is called a ellipse"},{"left":"How long does it


  • Reasons for the Season and the Seasons and the Sun

    n\nIs it true when the sun is closer to the Earth it is summer?","right":"It isn't actually true.It isn't the closeness that causes the seasons.It is when the sun faces the Earth and the Earth is at angle.So when the is faces it parts of the Earth are far from the sun which creates it to be indirect.It creates seasons parts are in summer,autumn,spring,and winter."},{"left":"What is the


  • Causes for the Earth's Seasons

    ","right":"- The earth revolves around the sun, it takes


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    Earth revolves around the sun."},{"left":"What causes seasons?","right":


  • Reasons for the seasons

    a lot of people think that but is not true we actually have seasons because of the tilted axis and one of the two hemispheres are tilted toward the sun."},{"left":"what separates the two hemishere","right":"The invi


  • Causes for the Earth Season's

    Why does the part of the hemisphere get direct sunlight","right":"The Reason is because the Earth is tilted so the other part of the hemisphere is getting direct sunlight and the other is not because the Earth is 23.45 degr


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    Why is there different seasons in different places?","right":"- Because our earth inst straight but tilted at 23.5 degrees when the earth is going around the sun at specific times the northern hemisphere is farther a


  • Causes of Seasons

    ","right":"It is caused by the tilt of the earth the sun and the seasons are linked but how the season that you are experiencing right this very minute is caused in part by the amount of direct sunlight you are getting"},{"left":"","right":"the sun is the center of the solar system have of the earth is leading towards the sun and the other half i


  • Reasons for the Seasons & Crash Course kids

    The Earth's tilt is what causes our seasons"},{"left":"How do people know the exact degree


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    - It is different by the tilt of Earth being 23.5 degrees."},{"left":"What difference does direct or indirect make?","rig


  • Reasons for Seasons

    The path an object follows around another object such as a star."},{"left":"


  • Reason for the Season

    - Seasons are caused due to the tilt and revolution of the Earth on its axis."},{"left":"How does the sunlight


  • Reasons for The Seasons

    - seasons are caused by the orbit of the Earth"},{"left":"What are seasons?","


  • Seasons

    The four main seasons are winter,summer,fall, and spring."},{"left":"Could the beam shoot any whe


  • Causes for the Earth's Seasons

    - In June the northern hemisphere is tilted which means that it is getting a lot of sunlight.\n- Since it is tilted on it's axis we our planet earth gets a lot of sunlight ."},{"left":"In what month does earth get indirect sunl


  • Reasons For The Seasons

    - Earth revolves around the sun, making it's orbit once every 365 days.\n- The planet Earth isn't standing straight, its tilted on it's axis.\n- If we put together the Earth's tilt on it's axis ans the way it revolves around the sun, you get what we know today as seasons.\n\n "},{"left":"How can the angle of the sun's light make a differ


  • Reasons For the Seasons

    - In the Southern Hemisphere it's winter while it's summer in the Northern Hemisphere"},{"left":"- Why isn't the Earth's orbit around the sun a pe


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    - Earths Orbit isn't a perfect circle\n- Earth's orbit is an ellipse\n- many people think that when the Earth is closer to the Sun its Summer and when the Earth is farther away from the Sun its winter but that's not right\n- if it was that way then it everyone would have the same seasons at the same time\n- it takes 1 year/ 365 days for a full orbit at the same time Earth is rotating on its axis once everyday\n- The Earth's axis is tilted at an angle of 23.5 degrees\n- when the Earth is on the right side of the sun the northern hemisphere is angled away from the sun and the southern hemisphere is angled toward the sun\n- when the Earth is revolving around the sun the axis doesn't move it stays in the same position\n- when the Earth is on the left side of the sun the northern hemisphere is leaning towards the sun and the southern hemisphere is leaning away from the sun\n- when the hemisphere is towards the sun the suns rays hit it directly\n- but when the hemisphere is leaning away from the sun the suns ray hit it indirectly\n- the difference between indirect and direct sunlight is that if the sun is shining directly all its sunlight is concentrated in one place but the indirect sunlight isn't concentrated in one place its spread out.\n- the amount of energy in the sunbeam is always the same it never changes\n- if the energy is spread out we feel it less\n- when the northern hemisphere is tilting towards the sun its receiving direct sunlight it feels warmer which means its summer\n- the southern hemisphere is receiving indirect sunlight which means it feels cooler and that its winter\n- 6 months later the Earth is on the opposite side of the Sun and the seasons are switched\n- the southern hemisphere is receiving direct sunlight so its summer and the northern hemisphere is receiving indirect sunlight so its winter\n- the sun and seasons are linked\n- we orbit the sun once for 1 year/365 days\n- since the Earth is tilted one of the hemispheres is leaning towards the sun and the other hemisphere isn't\n- in June the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun and receives direct sunlight = summer\n- in December the northern hemisphere is tilted away from the sun and receives indirect sunlight= winter\n- indirect sunlight= cooler temperatures and shorter days\n- during spring and autumn the weather is not to cold or hot they receive about the same amount of sunlight at once"},{"left":"","right":"In conclusion the season right now for anyone is caused by the amount of direct sunlight we are receiving. When one hemisphere is leaning towards the sun its receiving direct sunlight which causes summer and makes longer days and shorter nights. When another hemisphere recieves indirect sunlight its winter it has cooler temperarures shorter dasy and longer night"}]


  • Reason for Seasons

    Does the earths axis move


  • Reasons for seasons

    Different kind of weather and seasons depending on how earth is orbiting and tilting. \n\n- When Earth is close to the sun we have summer\n- When Earth is far apart from the sun we have winter\n- Different kind of seasons for everyone"},{"left":"how long does it take for the himisphere to rotate to the other half ?\n\n \n\nHow can th


  • Seasons

    No, they aren't because the Sun is hitting the opposite hemisphere while the one that is not shined by the Sun is Winter or Fall. When the Sun is hitting a hemisphere it is Summer or Spring."},{"left":"What causes seasons?","right":"The Earth is tilted


  • Causes for the Earth's Seasons

    - One have the Hemisphere which is half the earth is leading toward the sun and the other part of earth is leaning away\n- In June the Northern Hemisphere is tilted towards the sun and it is getting direct sunlight, so it is hot.\n- Direct sunlight is when light that is heading straight on.\n- In December the Northern Hemisphere is tilted away from the sun. It\\`s getting indirect sunlight and so it cold\n- Indirect sunlight is sunlight that is striking the earth at an angle.\n- We use graph to see the average high temperature for each month in one year in Toronto, Canada.\n\n \n\n \n\n- It\\`s not true that if the earth is closer to the sun it is summer and when its far away it is winter.\n- Earth is tilted 23.5\n- When one of the Hemisphere is angled toward the sun it get\\`s direct sunlight and the other Hemisphere is leaning the way.\n- when you get a flashlight and shine it directly all of the energy is contrasted in a single area.But when you shine it indirectly the area is larger, this means the same amount of energy is spread it out so it doesn't get that much heat .\n\nSummary \n\n What I have learned is that what cause seasons.For example what causes season is the part by the amount of direct sunlight you're getting.When one hemisphere gets m-ore direct sunlight it is summer there.Temperatures are warmer, longer days,and sho-rter nights.When it gets indirect sunlight it is winter there.Temperatures are cool-er, shorter days, and longer night.This is what cause seasons.


  • Reasons for the Seasons

    - When one hemisphere has a season like winter the other hemisphere would have summer\n- The seasons for the hemispheres are never the same\n- This is because if it were summer in the northern & southern hemisphere it would cause confusion because one area would be cold and would be called summer & the other would be normal, and people are used to understanding, summer to be hot"},{"left":"How are the sun & the seasons linked?","right":"- Duri


  • The Reason For The Seasons

    Why did the Earth stay tilted the same the whole time?Why didn't the axis change its position?","right":"- In June the Northern Hemisphere is tiled towards the sun and the Southern Hemisp


  • Cause for the Earth's Seasons

    If we are in the summer is there other states or countries that have the same weather as us.","right":"The norther


  • Reasons For Seasons

    What causes the seasons?","right":"- A graph can show the average of high temperatures\n- It is caused in part by the am


  • Causes for the Earth's Seasons

    "},{"left":"1. How can it


  • Seasons

    Orbit -the path an object follows around another object, such as a star"},{"left":"How can the angle of


  • Reasons for the seasons

    - The Earth orbits around the sun\n- Takes 1 year to go around the sun\n- 365 days in total\n- when it is revolving,at the same time it is rotating on its axis\n- Earth is tilted on its axis\n- 23.5 degrees\n- when it is that way the northern hemisphere is away from the sun\n- Southern hemisphere is facing towards the sun\n - Crash Course Kids-Seasons and the Sun\n- summer is long days\n- winter is shorter days\n- the sun is the center of the solar system\n- our planet revolves around the sun\n- every 365 days\n- Earth is tilted on its axis\n- you get a yearly pattern called season\n- one of the hemispheres is leaning towards the sun\n- the other part is leaning way\n- in June the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun\n- means it is getting a lot of direct sunlight\n- in December the northern hemisphere is tilted away from the sun and means it is getting indirect sunlight\n- when the light is at a 90 degree angle it is more concentrated\n- when it is at a 30 degree angle it is less concentrated\n- seasons are caused by the tilt of the Earth's axis\n- in Summer there is direct sunlight and there are longer days and shorter nights\n- in winter there is indirect sunlight were the days are shorter but the nights are longer"},{"left":"","right":"In Conclusion,the video talks about how seasons happen and what is it that makes it happen.It also talks about the Northern hemisphere and the southerns hemisphere.In the both videos it talks about how the Earth is tilted on its axis and how one part of the hemisphere is facing towards the sun and the other is not.It also talks about when in the winter there are longer nights and shorter days but in the Summer it is longer days and shorter nights.The last thing the v


  • Reasons for the Seasons


  • Reasons of the seasons

    We have seasons because the earth is tilted at angle."},{"left":"Does the whole world


  • What causes Seasons

    It depends on what side you are that causes the season you are in."},{"left":"Earth's axis and Rotation",


  • Earth's Seasons:

    - It takes about 1 year (365 days ) for Earth to revolve around the sun. - Earth isn't straight on it's axis it's tilted to 23.5 degress \n - When the Northern Hemisphere is tilted toward the sun it's reciving direct sunlight\n - Southern Hemisphere is revivng indirect sunlight ^^\n - 6 months later when the Earth is in the opposite side of the sun it's the Southern Hemisphere reciving the direct sunlight and the Northern Hemisphere reciving the indirect sunlight\n\n "},{"left":"What would happen if Earth didn't revolve around the Sun?


  • Reasons For Seasons

    - Earths orbit\n\nIt orbits the sun tilted\n\nit is tilted about 23.5 degrees\n\nusually which ever hemisphere get direct sunlight is warmer"},{"left":"What position causes each season.","ri


  • Reasons for Seasons

    The tilt of the earths axis causes seasons because one is getting direct sunlight and the other is not."},{"left":"Why  are the seas


  • reasons for seasons

    - Winter days are shorter than Summer days\n- The suns and seasons linked in way"},{"left":"How does the amount of sunlight a


  • Cause for earths seasons

    - When its summer in the North America (Northern Hemisphere)\n- The earths orbit is oval shaped that´s why we have seasons\n- when the earth is closer to the sun its summer\n- when the earth is far there away from the sun it is winter\n- No\n- The earth is actually in a curricular orbit\n- It is also that earth is tilted at a 23.5 angle\n- That angle causes the seasons and it to be a different Seasons both hemisphere\n- because of the tilt indirect sunlight happens\n- part of the year one hemisphere is facing the sun more than the other\n- in June and July the northern hemisphere is facing the sun more\n- in December the north hemisphere is not looking at the sun"},{"left"


  • Reasons for Seasons

    The orbit of Earth is circular but not perfect"},{"left"


  • Seasons and the Sun

    __Earth revolves around the Sun all the way around one time and it takes 365 days__"},{"left"


  • Notes for Module 4

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  • 1-7 How do organisms make more of their own kind? PAGE 32

    Describe two kinds of reproduction"},{"left":"Key Ter


  • Earth Day

    The first Earth Day occurred on April 22, 1970."},{"left":"","right":"> I think this i


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