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- 503-F: Coulombs Law 1: Two charges
- 905-A: Electromagnetic Wave Basics
- 905-B: Electromagnetic Spectrum 1
- 905-C: Choosing Colors by Wavelength
- 906-A: Basic Infrared Camera
- 906-I: Long Wavelength Astronomy
- 906-J: Short Wavelength Astronomy
- 1102-A: Heat Formula 1
- 1102-B: Thermal Contact 1
- 1102-E: Heat Formula 2
- 1102-H: Heat Formula 3

Your first task is to email Mr. Kuncik the name of a COLOR and and ANIMAL. The COLOR should begin with the same letter as your first name. The ANIMAL should begin with the same letter as your last name. My name is "Daniel Kuncik", so my color will begin with "D" and my animal will begin with "K". (Dandelion Kangaroo!)

There are colors and animals for every letter, but you may need to use Google to find some more obscure colors.

The summer work is a series of quizzes, listed below. The first two are very easy quizzes about how to use the system, and it is recommended to complete them BEFORE the end of this school year. The rest should be attempted over the summer.

- 2001-C: Symbolic Algebra 1
- 001-B: How to Study for a Physics Quiz
- 2003-A: Powers of Ten
- 2003-B: Scientific Notation 1: Scientific to Standard Notation
- 2003-C: Scientific Notation 2: Standard to Scientific Notation
- 2003-D: Scientific Notation 3: Moving from Incorrect to Correct Scientific Notation
- 2003-G: Scientific Notation Inequalities
- 2003-F: Scientific Notation on a Calculator 1
- 2001-B: Numeric Algebra 2
- 101-A: Qualitative vs. Quantitative Reasoning
- 101-B: Identify Variables 1
- 201-A: Energy Transfer 1: Recognize Energy Types
- 102-B: Significant Figures 1: Counting Significant Figures
- 102-D: Significant Figures 2: Rounding to a specific number of significant figures
- 102-F: Significant Figures 3: Solving Problems with the Correct Number of Significant Figures
- 301-A: Position Graphs and Motion Maps
- 301-B: Velocity and Acceleration Graphs
- 301-C: Kinematic Graph Connections
- 302-B: The Acceleration Formula
- 302-C: Kinematic Equations 1: Kinematic Equations with Information Given
- 302-E: Kinematic Equations 2: All Four Together
- 302-D: Quantitative Kinematic Graphs 1: Learning Information from Kinematic Graphs at a Constant Velocity

- 402-A: Finding Net Force: Finding Net Force in One Dimension
- 2002-B: Area 1
- 2002-D: Circle Math 1
- 401-A: Free-Body Diagrams 1
- 401-B: Newton's Third Law 1
- 402-B: Newton's Second Law: Using Newton's Second Law Numerically
- 402-C: Finding Acceleration: Finding Acceleration from a Free-Body Diagram
- 501-A: Basic Gravity
- 501-C: Mass vs. Weight 1

- 601-A: The Momentum Formula
- 2002-A: Trigonometry 1: The Pythagorean Theorem
- 2002-E: Trigonometry 2: Trigonometric Functions
- 2002-X: Trigonometry 3: Inverse Trig Functions
- 601-C: Conservation of Momentum 1: Two Cars
- 601-D: Conservation of Momentum 2: Perfectly Inelastic Collisions
- 601-E: Conservation of Momentum 3: Head-On Collisions
- 601-F: Conservation of Momentum 4: Explosions

- 2003-H: Scientific Notation 4: Metric to Scientific Notation
- 2003-I: Scientific Notation 5: Scientific Notation to Metric
- 901-G: Electromagnetic vs. Mechanical Waves 2
- 901-H: Oscillation of Particles During a Wave
- 901-I: Wave Categorization
- 901-J: Parts of a Wave 2: Longitudinal Waves
- 901-L: Drawing Waves 2: Wavelength and amplitude

- 2004-A: Conversion Factors 1: One-Step Conversions
- 2004-B: Divide by two Numbers on a Calculator
- 2004-C: Conversion Factors 2: Two- and Three-Step Conversions
- 2004-D: Dimensional Analysis 1: Simplifying Dimensions
- 1003-A: Ohm's Law
- 1003-B: The Power Formula
- 1003-C: Analyze Circuits 1
- 1003-D: Analyze Circuits 2

- 401-F: The Reaction Force of Weight
- 402-G: Block Dragging 2: Dragging With Kinetic Friction
- 403-B: Newton's Model 1
- 403-D: Newton's Model 2
- 403-I: Newton's Model 4A
- 1101-C: Conduction, Convection, and Radiation 1
- 1102-A: Heat Formula 1
- 1102-B: Thermal Contact 1
- 1101-X: Kinetic Theory Virtual Lab
- 1102-E: Heat Formula 2
- 1102-H: Heat Formula 3

Content on each of these practice pages will appear on the final exam for physics. Study content on each page to prepare for the test. Questions will be primarily multiple choice.

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