3c648b7ac2c85edc014dba7fbc4222bc Em and ac.csv #BE02C0 #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93721773c2c85edc01f68d7c58832ca0 Em and ac merged reduced maps processed and shortened layers changed.vue #FFFFFF #404040 #000000 SansSerif-plain-14 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93721793c2c85edc01f68d7c13667b83 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Demonstrate that most materials are transparent to the effects of a magnet. A magnetic field will pass through such materials, whereas other materials interact with a magnet. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30275 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094784c0a8642901793c82e4a32456 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the interaction of magnets with other magnets and with common materials. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30276 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094785c0a8642901793c82f2b6daa3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Distinguish materials that are attracted by a magnet from those that are not. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30278 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094786c0a8642901793c82dcfbadc5 #AF55F4 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Lodestones: naturally occurring magnets Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30039 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094787c0a8642901793c828a1abe05 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Magnetism demonstrates that there are forces we cannot see that act upon objects. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30037 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094789c0a8642901793c824d2e3dab #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Most magnets contain iron. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30038 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478ac0a8642901793c822cd42af0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that magnets attract materials with iron or steel in them; and given a variety of metallic and nonmetallic objects, predict those that will be attracted by a magnet. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 100 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30280 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478bc0a8642901793c824ad33269 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Compare and measure the strength of magnets. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 101 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30274 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478cc0a8642901793c822b76ee9f #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Make a magnet by the ’Stroke’ method and the electrical method. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.1. Basic magnetism Sub sub domain 1 101 Domain Identifier 1 Singapore Source 1 Primary 3 and 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30232 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478dc0a8642901793c82e16ca9e9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 about magnetic fields as regions of space where magnetic materials experience forces, and that like magnetic poles repel and unlike poles attract Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.2. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 102 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 11-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 30009 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478ec0a8642901793c82ac3611c4 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the behaviour of a compass in a magnetic field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.2. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 102 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30155 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09478fc0a8642901793c8215359307 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 examine the magnetic field in the region around a magnet Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.2. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 102 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30154 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094790c0a8642901793c8208697c21 #EA2218 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 represent magnetic field using field lines Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.2. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 102 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30156 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094791c0a8642901793c823318ffe7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The earth behaves as if it were a huge magnet: north and south magnetic poles (near, but not the same as, geographic North Pole and South Pole) Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 104 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30043 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094792c0a8642901793c8273d650e7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify the characteristics of magnets: magnets can be made of iron or steel; magnets have two poles. A freely suspended bar magnet comes to rest pointing in a N-S direction; unlike poles attract and like poles repel; magnets attract magnetic materials Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 105 Domain Identifier 1 Singapore Source 1 Primary 3 and 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30230 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094794c0a8642901793c82ee3c7bd9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Magnetic field (strongest at the poles) Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 105 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30041 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094795c0a8642901793c8210c47e09 #FEFD8C #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Design and produce a device that uses a magnet. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.4. Uses Sub sub domain 1 106 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30277 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09479dc0a8642901793c8270f8437c #FFC63B #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 List some uses of magnets in everyday objects. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.4. Uses Sub sub domain 1 106 Domain Identifier 1 Singapore Source 1 Primary 3 and 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30231 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09479ec0a8642901793c8249c16c44 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the relationship between input voltages, output voltage, resistances and gain in differential mode op-amp circuits. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30679 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09479fc0a8642901793c829717f7df #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe how an op-amp can be used to control external devices via a transistor. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30681 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a0c0a8642901793c82ef07aff1 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify circuits where the op-amp is being used in the differential mode. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30677 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a1c0a8642901793c8257495afd #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify circuits where the op-amp is being used in the inverting mode. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30673 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a2c0a8642901793c8253e9f3a8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that an op-amp can be used to increase the voltage of a signal. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30671 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a3c0a8642901793c82bf7ac1ed #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that an op-amp cannot produce an output voltage greater than the positive supply voltage or less than the negative supply voltage. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30676 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a4c0a8642901793c82f4b7b8e7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that an op-amp connected in the inverting mode will invert the input signal. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30674 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a5c0a8642901793c82cb8506ef #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that for the ideal op-amp: a) input current is zero, ie it has infinite input resistance. b) there is no potential difference between the inverting and non- inverting inputs: ie both input pins are at the same potential. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 107 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30672 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a5c0a8642901793c82fe756d77 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Calculate voltage gain using: voltage gain = output voltage/input voltage. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30577 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a6c0a8642901793c82c2d76f8b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations involving input power, output power and power gain of an amplifier. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30519 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a7c0a8642901793c82be7b1873 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations involving input voltage, output voltage and voltage gain of an amplifier Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30516 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a8c0a8642901793c8248bca62a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the relationship between input voltage, output voltage, resistances and gain in inverting mode op-amp circuits. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30675 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947a9c0a8642901793c828e1f9060 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Define voltage gain of an amplifier in terms of input and output voltages. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30576 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947aac0a8642901793c825bc6562f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe how to measure the voltage gain of an amplifier Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30517 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947abc0a8642901793c82837abaa2 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a differential amplifier amplifies the potential difference between its two inputs. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30678 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947acc0a8642901793c8292d1178c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that the output signal of an audio amplifier has the same frequency as, but a larger amplitude than, the input signal Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 108 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30515 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947adc0a8642901793c828d22ad4e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify from a list, devices in which amplifiers play an important part Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 109 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30513 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947aec0a8642901793c820b19739c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State the function of each of the three major components needed to amplify speech (microphone, amplifier, loudspeaker). Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 109 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30575 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947afc0a8642901793c8234f424d0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state the function of the amplifier in devices such as radios, intercoms and music centres Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.1. Amplifiers Sub sub domain 1 109 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30514 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b0c0a8642901793c8221bde2de #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe by means of a diagram a circuit which will allow an LED to light Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30485 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b1c0a8642901793c82be9031b3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe how to use the differential amplifier with resistive sensors connected in a Wheatstone bridge arrangement. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30680 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b2c0a8642901793c82769e487c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify from a list an appropriate input device for a given application. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30584 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b3c0a8642901793c82b5ed99ab #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that different numbers can be produced by lighting appropriate segments of a 7-segment display Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30483 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b5c0a8642901793c8296bd6d35 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the microphone, thermistor, LDR and switch are examples of input devices. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30581 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b6c0a8642901793c82f9c96c75 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 calculate the value of the series resistor for an LED Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 111 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30486 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b8c0a8642901793c82f5c0a0ae #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 draw and identify the symbol for an LED Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 111 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30480 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b9c0a8642901793c82a5ca1fdb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain the need for a series resistor with an LED Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 111 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30482 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947bac0a8642901793c825a7f1684 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations using voltage, current and resistance for the thermistor and the LDR Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 112 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30488 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947bcc0a8642901793c8297432d52 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that for a NOT gate the output is the opposite of the input. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30589 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947c4c0a8642901793c822e72404b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947dec0a8642901793c825f9dac87 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947dfc0a8642901793c82ff8ac652 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947dfc0a8642901793c82a2001c70 #EA2218 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The earth behaves as if it were a huge magnet: north and south magnetic poles (near, but not the same as, geographic North Pole and South Pole) Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 104 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30043 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e0c0a8642901793c826448d45b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e0c0a8642901793c824cfa2eff #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e0c0a8642901793c82e4cd42ab #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e0c0a8642901793c82ee11cf60 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Navigation by magnetic compass is made possible because the earth is a magnet with north and south magnetic poles. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 104 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 8 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 30066 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e1c0a8642901793c82a88eb0fc #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Earth’s magnetism is believed to be caused by movements of charged atoms in the molten interior of the planet. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.4. Uses Sub sub domain 1 106 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 8 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 30065 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094793c0a8642901793c82d7823ad9 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Orienteering: use of a magnetized needle in a compass, which will always point to the north Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 5. Magnets Sub domain 1 5.3. Magnetic poles Sub sub domain 1 104 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-8 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30044 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947e2c0a8642901793c820926039e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify from a list an appropriate output device for a given application. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30586 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b4c0a8642901793c825958fcc9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the loudspeaker, buzzer, lamp, LED and electric motor are examples of output devices. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 110 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30585 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947b7c0a8642901793c828205181a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that an LED will light only if connected one way round Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 111 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30481 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0947bbc0a8642901793c82f027f959 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply B=?oI/2?r and B=?oNI/ l to represent the magnetic fields around a long straight wire, and inside a long solenoid carrying current, and solve related problems Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30159 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094741c0a8642901793c829995a830 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 examine the factors affecting the strength of an electromagnet Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30160 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094742c0a8642901793c82ef4d893d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 examine the magnetic field patterns associated with currents through a long straight wire, a circular coil and a long solenoid Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30158 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094743c0a8642901793c82a69b6af0 #DAA9FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Oersted’s discovery of the magnetic effect of a current in 1820 Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Integrated Science Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30207 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094744c0a8642901793c824f41e88b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Right hand grip rule Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Integrated Science Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30208 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094745c0a8642901793c82d3e392ba #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise the existence of a magnetic field due to moving charges or electric currents Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 84 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30157 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094748c0a8642901793c82e8e1b8e7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Derive the expression F/l = µoI1I2/2?r for the force per unit length between two parallel current carrying wires a distance r apart. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 85 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30720 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09474ac0a8642901793c823be5cd25 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 examine the existence of a force on a current-carrying conductor in a magnetic field and determine the relative directions of force, field and current Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 86 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30161 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09474ec0a8642901793c82c33ece6a #DAA9FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Faraday’s discovery of electromagnetic rotation in 1821 Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 86 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Integrated Science Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30215 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09474fc0a8642901793c825ade8d3d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 devices based on electric and magnetic fields (electric motors, generators and transformers) Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 87 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30387 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094751c0a8642901793c820ca48e05 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the structure of a simple d.c. motor and how it works Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 88 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30165 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094754c0a8642901793c821a111b30 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine the turning effect on a current-carrying coil in a magnetic field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 89 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30164 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094755c0a8642901793c82fc76dd01 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 Turning effect of a current-carrying coil in a magnetic field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 89 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Integrated Science Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30216 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094756c0a8642901793c824200c58e #DAA9FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the principles of J. J. Thomson’s method for measuring the charge to mass ratio (specific charge) of the electron. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 90 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30726 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094758c0a8642901793c8235deaba2 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how the helical movement of a charged particle in a magnetic field arises. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 90 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30724 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094759c0a8642901793c82c3caa925 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 represent the force on a moving charge in a magnetic field by F = BQv sin? Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 90 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Extension section Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30168 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09475ac0a8642901793c826b378fa1 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State the relative directions of magnetic field, velocity and force for positive and negative charges. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.2. Motor effect Sub sub domain 1 90 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30723 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09475cc0a8642901793c82e82c6514 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the effect of a conductor moving through a magnetic field and inducing an electrical current Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30383 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09475dc0a8642901793c8214451e11 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, qualitatively, the effects of moving a conductor in an external magnetic field, in terms of moving charges in a magnetic field. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30346 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094763c0a8642901793c823e2ca261 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that one tesla is the magnetic induction of a magnetic field in which a conductor of length one metre, carrying a current of one ampere perpendicular to the field is acted on by a force of one Newton. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30716 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094765c0a8642901793c82f3f8fa12 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 that a voltage is induced when a conductor cuts magnetic field lines and when the magnetic field through a coil changes Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30029 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094766c0a8642901793c82fb97537e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the production of the induced e.m.f. across a coil. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 92 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30730 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094767c0a8642901793c827a4d750f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State the factors that affect the size of the induced voltage, ie field strength, number of turns on a coil, relative movement. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 93 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30622 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094768c0a8642901793c823e4d75fc #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply Lenz’s law to determine the direction of induced e.m.f./current Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 94 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30173 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094769c0a8642901793c82688163b9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the direction of the induced e.m.f. in terms of energy. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 94 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30731 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09476ac0a8642901793c82258432cd #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define magnetic flux ? = BA cos ? Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 95 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Extension section Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30174 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09476bc0a8642901793c824e736da2 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 interpret magnetic field B as magnetic flux density Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 95 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Extension section Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30175 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09476cc0a8642901793c82f9339d54 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 discuss the occurrence and practical uses of eddy currents Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 96 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30179 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09476ec0a8642901793c829171d578 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain that the energy stored in the magnetic field of an inductor may be a source of e.m.f. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 97 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30735 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094772c0a8642901793c82c1969bf3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain that the work done in building up the current in an inductor is stored in the magnetic field of the inductor. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 97 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30734 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094773c0a8642901793c82a7f412db #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the inductance of an inductor is one henry if an e.m.f. of one volt is induced when the current changes at a rate of one ampere per second. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 97 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30732 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094774c0a8642901793c827fa2a7ae #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain from a diagram how an a.c. generator works Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.4. Generators Sub sub domain 1 98 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30523 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094775c0a8642901793c82968257ef #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify on a given diagram the main parts of an a.c. generator Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.4. Generators Sub sub domain 1 98 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30521 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094776c0a8642901793c82d08873a8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state the factors which affect the size of the induced voltage, ie field strength, number of turns on the coil, relative speed of magnet and coil Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.4. Generators Sub sub domain 1 98 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30525 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094777c0a8642901793c82fa2fff7e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations on transformers involving input and output voltages, turns ratio, primary and secondary currents and efficiency Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.5. Transformers Sub sub domain 1 99 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30531 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094778c0a8642901793c82f99e0b0c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Right hand grip rule Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Integrated Science Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30208 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09477cc0a8642901793c82d6a84001 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply B=?oI/2?r and B=?oNI/ l to represent the magnetic fields around a long straight wire, and inside a long solenoid carrying current, and solve related problems Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30159 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09477dc0a8642901793c8225ead325 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 examine the magnetic field patterns associated with currents through a long straight wire, a circular coil and a long solenoid Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30158 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09477ec0a8642901793c82d9c6693e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how electromagnets can be made, and give examples of how they can be used. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.1. Electromagnets Sub sub domain 1 82 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 Grades 3-5 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30093 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09477fc0a8642901793c82912ad188 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state the factors which affect the size of the induced voltage, ie field strength, number of turns on the coil, relative speed of magnet and coil Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.4. Generators Sub sub domain 1 98 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30525 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q3: 93-106 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094780c0a8642901793c827ed3a08a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that one tesla is the magnetic induction of a magnetic field in which a conductor of length one metre, carrying a current of one ampere perpendicular to the field is acted on by a force of one Newton. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30716 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094781c0a8642901793c820fe7256f #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that one tesla is the magnetic induction of a magnetic field in which a conductor of length one metre, carrying a current of one ampere perpendicular to the field is acted on by a force of one Newton. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30716 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094782c0a8642901793c8230c1e9da #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that one tesla is the magnetic induction of a magnetic field in which a conductor of length one metre, carrying a current of one ampere perpendicular to the field is acted on by a force of one Newton. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 4. Electromagnetism Sub domain 1 4.3. EM induction Sub sub domain 1 91 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30716 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q2: 4.15000-5.20000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q2: 78-92 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094783c0a8642901793c82cd50a2bf #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare different types of lamps/bulbs and their energy consumption Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 3. Mains electricity Sub domain 1 3.2. Domestic power Sub sub domain 1 70 Domain Identifier 1 Singapore Source 1 Lower Secondary Science Level 1 Express or Normal (Academic) Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30260 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q1: 63-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946cac0a8642901793c82a21a78c6 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine the operating current for electrical appliances Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 3. Mains electricity Sub domain 1 3.2. Domestic power Sub sub domain 1 70 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30151 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q1: 63-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946cbc0a8642901793c82f7d154a7 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine the power rating of electrical appliances Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 3. Mains electricity Sub domain 1 3.2. Domestic power Sub sub domain 1 70 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30147 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q1: 3.10000-4.15000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q1: 63-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946ccc0a8642901793c8221d29aed #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-italic-12 state that the resistance of a thermistor changes with temperature and the resistance of an LDR decreases with increasing light intensity Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.2. Components Sub sub domain 1 112 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30487 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 5.20000-6.25000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946eac0a8642901793c82753e86fc #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 complete a truth table for a simple combinational logic circuit Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30505 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f1c0a8642901793c82ba7c4587 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 draw and identify the symbols for two input AND and OR gates, and a NOT gate Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30499 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f2c0a8642901793c8225ef890a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 draw the truth tables for two input AND and OR gates, and a NOT gate Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30502 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f3c0a8642901793c8235364826 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify the following gates from truth tables: two-input AND, two-input OR, NOT (inverter). Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30504 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f4c0a8642901793c82a3c12ca2 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that for an AND gate both inputs must be high for the output to be high. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30590 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f6c0a8642901793c829cb97eff #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that for an OR gate either input must be high for the output to be high. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30591 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f7c0a8642901793c826cf49d48 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that logic gates may have one or more inputs and that a truth table shows the output for all possible input combinations Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30500 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f8c0a8642901793c8245a70062 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that: high voltage = logic 1; and low voltage = logic 0. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 113 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30588 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f9c0a8642901793c82d5dcb114 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe how to change the frequency of the clock Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30512 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946f9c0a8642901793c8299bb147e #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain how a simple oscillator built from a resistor, capacitor and inverter operates Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30511 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946fac0a8642901793c8246c9908e #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain how to use combinations of digital logic gates for control in simple situations Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30503 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946fbc0a8642901793c829bb2bc19 #BDE5F2 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 give an example of a device containing a counter circuit Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30507 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946fcc0a8642901793c825b6bd024 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that a digital circuit can produce a series of clock pulses Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30506 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946fdc0a8642901793c8282a8fd38 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that the output of a binary counter can be converted to decimal Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30510 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946fec0a8642901793c82efec313f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that the output of the counter circuit is in binary Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30509 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e0946ffc0a8642901793c822ade2eed #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that there are circuits which can count digital pulses Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.3. Digital Sub sub domain 1 114 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30508 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094700c0a8642901793c824f1b4653 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Draw a block diagram showing the input, process and output subsystems of an electronic system. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.4. Systems Sub sub domain 1 115 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30580 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094701c0a8642901793c829ab9ecb2 #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify from a block diagram the input, process and output subsystems of an electronic system. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.4. Systems Sub sub domain 1 115 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Intermediate 1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 lower ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30579 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094702c0a8642901793c8219aeac10 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify from a list an appropriate input device for a given application Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.4. Systems Sub sub domain 1 115 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30490 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094703c0a8642901793c823f6f1210 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that an electronic system consists of three parts; input, process and output Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.4. Systems Sub sub domain 1 115 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30479 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094704c0a8642901793c82a5ecf36e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 draw and identify the circuit symbol for an NPN transistor Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.5. Transistors Sub sub domain 1 116 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30496 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094705c0a8642901793c8201e2278d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain the operation of a simple transistor switching circuit Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.5. Transistors Sub sub domain 1 116 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 Credit Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30498 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094706c0a8642901793c8240bf02f9 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify from a circuit diagram the purpose of a simple transistor switching circuit Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.5. Transistors Sub sub domain 1 116 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30497 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094707c0a8642901793c82ac17ddd6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that a transistor can be used as a switch Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.5. Transistors Sub sub domain 1 116 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30494 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094708c0a8642901793c82e6e47025 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that a transistor may be conducting or non-conducting, ie ON or OFF Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 6. Electronics Sub domain 1 6.5. Transistors Sub sub domain 1 116 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Standard Grade Level 1 General Level Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 30495 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094709c0a8642901793c828a8dffb0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 analyze, quantitatively, the motion of an electric charge following a straight or curved path in a uniform magnetic field, using Newton’s second law and vector addition Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30329 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470ac0a8642901793c827fe76234 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 analyze, quantitatively, the motion of an electric charge following a straight path in uniform and mutually perpendicular electric and magnetic fields, using Newton’s second law and vector addition Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30330 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470bc0a8642901793c825da99eb9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe and explain, qualitatively, the interaction between a magnetic field and a moving charge and between a magnetic field and a current-carrying conductor Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30341 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470cc0a8642901793c82b14b101f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe magnetic interactions in terms of forces and fields Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30344 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470dc0a8642901793c828d7e6bc9 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain how the properties of electric and magnetic fields are applied in numerous devices. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30353 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470ec0a8642901793c82f3bf77ad #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, quantitatively, the effect of an external magnetic field on a current-carrying conductor Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.1. Magnetic fields Sub sub domain 1 117 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30361 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09470fc0a8642901793c82a342aec3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 analyze, quantitatively, the motion of an electric charge following a straight or curved path in a uniform electric field, using Newton’s second law, vector addition and conservation of energy Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30328 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094710c0a8642901793c8257b68ed3 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the head-on collision of a charged particle with a fixed nucleus. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30711 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094711c0a8642901793c82a6ac560c #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the effect of placing a conducting shape in an electric field: the induced charge resides on the surface of the conductor, inside the shape electric field strength is zero, and outside the shape the electric field is perpendicular to the surface of the conductor. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30704 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094712c0a8642901793c826171b270 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, quantitatively, the motion of an electric charge in a uniform electric field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30347 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094713c0a8642901793c8264cfed32 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine, quantitatively, the magnitude and direction of the electric force on a point charge due to two or more other point charges in a plane Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30348 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094714c0a8642901793c82e9489ea6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain how charges interact via an electric field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30120 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094715c0a8642901793c829047c165 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain Millikan’s oil-drop experiment and its significance relative to charge quantization. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30354 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094716c0a8642901793c8245b51852 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, quantitatively, electrical interactions using the law of conservation of energy Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30359 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094717c0a8642901793c824b91e635 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Force fields: concept and definition; gravitational force and field for point (or spherical) masses; electric force and field for point (or spherical) charges in a vacuum; uniform electric field; similarities and differences between electric and gravitational fields Text 1 Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 QCA Source 1 AS and A-level Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30751 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094718c0a8642901793c82029f2c7f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 represent an electric field using field lines Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30119 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094719c0a8642901793c827a875aaf #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 solve problems involving electric field strength around a point charge and between parallel charged plates Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30122 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09471ac0a8642901793c8292d19ad6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that relativistic effects must be considered when the velocity of a charged particle is more than 10% of the velocity of light. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30710 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09471fc0a8642901793c825b24db48 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the electric field strength at any point is the force per unit positive charge placed at that point. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30698 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094720c0a8642901793c82506b2a0b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that work W is done when a charge Q is moved in an electric field. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30641 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094722c0a8642901793c823cb761c1 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that, in an electric field, an electric charge experiences a force. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 118 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30639 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094723c0a8642901793c824527a744 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply Coulomb’s law, quantitatively, to analyze the interaction of two point charges Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 119 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30331 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472ac0a8642901793c821f436612 #AF55F4 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, qualitatively, the principles pertinent to Coulomb’s torsion balance experiment Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 119 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30357 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472bc0a8642901793c8286de5150 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state Coulomb’s law F = Q1 Q2/4??o r2 Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 119 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30115 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472cc0a8642901793c823c6d9464 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that an electric field applied to a conductor causes the free electric charges in it to move. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 120 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 16-17 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30640 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472dc0a8642901793c82de36f3ac #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 derive E = V/ d for parallel plates and solve related problems Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 121 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Extension section Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30126 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472ec0a8642901793c8283cfd676 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the electrostatic potential at a point is the work done by external forces in bringing unit positive charge from infinity to that point. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 121 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 Advanced Higher Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 17-18 higher ability Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30705 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09472fc0a8642901793c82273b9e42 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 use accepted scientific convention and express energy in terms of electron volts, when appropriate Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 121 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30364 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094731c0a8642901793c822849c593 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 calculate the values for |g| and |E|, using the corresponding field-strength equations Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.3. Comparison Sub sub domain 1 122 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30373 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094732c0a8642901793c8283070ef0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare, qualitatively, gravitational potential energy and electric potential energy Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.3. Comparison Sub sub domain 1 122 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30337 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094733c0a8642901793c82de6baf51 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe gravitational and electric field strength at a given distance from a mass or a point charge, using the equations |g| = Gm/r2 and |E| = kq/r2 Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.3. Comparison Sub sub domain 1 122 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30381 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q3: 30,381-30,566 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094734c0a8642901793c827d6a99ef #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, quantitatively, how uniform magnetic and electric fields affect a moving electric charge, using the relationships among charge, motion, field direction and strength, when motion and field directions are mutually perpendicular Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.3. Comparison Sub sub domain 1 122 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30360 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094735c0a8642901793c82d1eea80e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Basics of atomic structure: nucleus, protons (positive charge), neutrons (neutral), electrons (negative charge) Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 Sub domain 1 Sub sub domain 1 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 5 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 10-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 30740 Statement Identifier 1 1 Duplication? 1 10069 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094736c0a8642901793c824648483e #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 derive a formula for the charge-to-mass ratio that has input variables that can be measured in an experiment using electric and magnetic fields Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 Sub domain 1 Sub sub domain 1 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30745 Statement Identifier 1 1 Duplication? 1 10013 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094737c0a8642901793c8285e881bd #FEFB03 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe how a transmission electron microscope (TEM) works Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 Sub domain 1 Sub sub domain 1 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30741 Statement Identifier 1 1 Duplication? 1 10178 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q4: 30,567-30,753 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094738c0a8642901793c825cc50164 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094739c0a8642901793c82ff9136c8 #404040 #404040 Arial-plain-11 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e094739c0a8642901793c82c502e620 675 672 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 calculate the electric potential difference between two points in a uniform electric field Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 121 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Physics 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30332 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09473ac0a8642901793c823bdcf6fe #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate electric field strength to the negative gradient of potential Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.2. Electric fields Sub sub domain 1 121 Domain Identifier 1 Hong Kong Source 1 Secondary 4-6 Level 1 Physics Sub level 1 Extension section Sub, sub level 1 14-17 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30127 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q1: 30,009-30,194 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09473bc0a8642901793c82baa9b7a8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define a field as a property of space around a mass, an electric charge or a magnet that causes another mass, electric charge or magnet introduced in to this region to experience a force Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 7. Fields Sub domain 1 7.3. Comparison Sub sub domain 1 122 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 20-30 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 30379 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 <missing> 1 Q4: 6.25000-7.30000 Sub sub domain [Q4] 1 Q4: 107-122 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 Q2: 30,195-30,380 Statement Identifier [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e09473cc0a8642901793c823f1a8706 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain in terms of current the terms a.c. and d.c. Text 1 Electricity and Magnetism Domain 1 3. Mains electricity Sub domain 1 3.1. 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