• A.1. Properties of Matter

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    2. A.1.Q. Unit Challenge

    3. A.1.1. Basic Physical Properties

      1. A.1.1.1. What is Weight?
      2. A.1.1.2. What is Mass?
      3. A.1.1.3. What is Volume?
      4. A.1.1.4. What is Density?
    4. A.1.2. Measurement of Physical Properties

      1. A.1.2.1. Measuring Volume
      2. A.1.2.2. Measuring Mass
      3. A.1.2.3. Using Significant Digits
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  • A.2. Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures

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    3. A.2.1. Elements, Atoms and Molecules

      1. A.2.1.1. What are Atoms?
      2. A.2.1.2. What is an Element?
      3. A.2.1.3. Some Common Examples of Elements
      4. A.2.1.4. The Periodic Table
      5. A.2.1.5. What is a Compound?
      6. A.2.1.6. More Examples of Compounds
      7. A.2.1.P. Mixed Practice
    4. A.2.2. Distinguishing Mixtures from Pure Substances

      1. A.2.2.1. What is a Pure Substance?
      2. A.2.2.2. What is a Mixture?
    5. A.2.3. Physical and Chemical Changes

      1. A.2.3.1. Identifying Physical Changes
      2. A.2.3.2. Identifying Chemical Changes
      3. A.2.3.3. Physical Changes: Melting and Boiling Points
      4. A.2.3.4. Melting and Boiling Points of Water
      5. A.2.3.5. Understanding Conservation of Mass
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  • A.3. Motion of Objects

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    3. A.3.1. Describing Motion

      1. A.3.1.1. Calculating Distance
      2. A.3.1.2. Calculating Displacement
      3. A.3.1.3. Calculating Average Speed
      4. A.3.1.4. Calculating Average Velocity
      5. A.3.1.5. Graphing Distance vs. Time
      6. A.3.1.6. Calculating Average Speed Using a Graph
      7. A.3.1.P. Mixed Practice
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  • A.4. Forms of Energy

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    3. A.4.1. Forms of Energy

      1. A.4.1.1. What is Kinetic Energy?
      2. A.4.1.2. What is Potential Energy?
      3. A.4.1.3. Transformation of Potential to Kinetic Energy
      4. A.4.1.4. Transformation of Kinetic to Potential Energy
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  • A.5. Heat Energy

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    3. A.5.1. Heat Energy

      1. A.5.1.1. Heat as Energy: Molecular KE
      2. A.5.1.2. How Temperature Changes
      3. A.5.1.3. Heat and Phase Change: Solid to Liquid to Solid
      4. A.5.1.4. Heat and Phase Change: Liquid to Gas to Liquid
      5. A.5.1.6. Predictable Heat Movement: Hot to Cold
      6. A.5.1.7. How Heat Reaches Equilibrium
      7. A.5.1.P. Mixed Practice
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  • A.6. Electrical and Magnetic Energy

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    3. A.6.1. Electrical Energy

      1. A.6.1.1. Understanding Circuits
      2. A.6.1.2. What Can Electricity Produce?
      3. A.6.1.3. Materials that Conduct Electricity
      4. A.6.1.4. Materials that Insulate Electricity
      5. A.6.1.5. Understanding Electromagnets
    4. A.6.2. Magnetic Energy

      1. A.6.2.1. The Poles of a Magnet
      2. A.6.2.2. Materials that Will Attract a Magnet
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  • A.7. Sound and Light Energy

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    3. A.7.1. Sound Energy

      1. A.7.1.1. Sound Energy as Vibration
      2. A.7.1.2. How Sound Waves Travel
      3. A.7.1.3. The Relationship Between Pitch and Frequency
    4. A.7.2. Light Energy

      1. A.7.2.1. How Light Energy Travels
      2. A.7.2.2. How Reflection Works
      3. A.7.2.3. How Refraction Works
      4. A.7.2.4. How Absorption Works
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  • A.8. Differentiating Between Types of Energy

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    3. A.8.1. How Do We Differentiate Between Types of Energy?

      1. A.8.1.1. Types of Energy: Review
      2. A.8.1.2. Differentiating Between Types of Energy
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