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Use your revised statements as a study guide. Before You Read A or D Practice It! containragraph Read a pa word from cabulary en, go ing a vo d. to en Th g in nn begi e the determin d. back to or w of the meaning Look at the word vertical in the following passage. See how context clues can help you understand its meaning. Statement After You Read A or D 1 Density is calculated by dividing volume by mass. 2 Air pressure increases as you climb a mountain. 3 Things can float only in liquids such as water.
Suppose you want to find a list of all the Launch Labs, MiniLabs, DataLabs, and Labs, where in the front do you look? How can you quickly find the pages that have information about Ernest Rutherford? What is the name of the table that summarizes the key concepts and vocabulary of a chapter? On what page in Chapter 4 are these two things located? In which Student Resource at the back of your book can you find information on unit conversion? What are the page numbers? On what page can you find / iÊ Ê`i> for Chapter 1?
B D. 13 N to the left 4. In which situation are the forces acting on a bicycle balanced? A. The bicycle speeds up as you pedal. B. The speed of the bicycle is constant as it turns. C. The bicycle slows down as it coasts. D. c stant speed as you pedal. 5. 8 cm3? A. 07 g/cm3 B. 2 g/cm3 C. a D. b trip. 7. Predict A baseball is traveling 40 km/h east toward a batter. After the batter hits the ball, the ball is moving west at 40 km/h. e accelerate? Support your reasoning. 8. Describe A rocket coasting toward Earth fires one of its rocket engines.
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