2d2373fdc2c85edc01c9313b94a3f703 Waves.csv #BE02C0 #776D6D #FFFFFF SansSerif-bold-21 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3eb5ac2c85edc01aaf64dc4a89224 waves DS10Sept11.vue #FFFFFF #404040 #000000 SansSerif-plain-14 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3ed00c2c85edc01aaf64da3fb90c7 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc2857c0a8fe01011b35a55bea62ab #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc2859c0a8fe01011b35a533f3d1ae #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that telescopes can be designed to detect radio waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Radio Sub sub domain 1 10 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 60501 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc2859c0a8fe01011b35a59ae6a271 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define acoustic impedance Z = ?c and compare the acoustic impedances of various body tissues Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Medicine Sub sub domain 1 9 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 60219 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc285ac0a8fe01011b35a58464ffbb #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define acoustic impedance Z = ?c and compare the acoustic impedances of various body tissues Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Medicine Sub sub domain 1 9 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 60219 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc285bc0a8fe01011b35a5c1a1b577 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate the linear attenuation coefficient (?) to half-value thickness Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Medicine Sub sub domain 1 9 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 60236 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc285bc0a8fe01011b35a5b01101d1 #FC60EF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fcc285cc0a8fe01011b35a5a99f2313 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 that radio waves, microwaves, infrared and visible light carry information over large and small distances, including global transmission via satellites Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60108 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108bc0a8fe01011b35a507a51380 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 about ways in which reflection, refraction and diffraction affect communication Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60109 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108bc0a8fe01011b35a59d07e181 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how the various components (source, encoder, transmitter, receiver, decoder, destination, storage, and retrieval) and processes of a communication system function. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60147 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108cc0a8fe01011b35a50bcd5d6a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Through research on how animals communicate, I can explain how sound vibrations are carried by waves through air, water and other media. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 CfE pre 14 Level 1 Second Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-12 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60402 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108dc0a8fe01011b35a55aaa32c7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that waves are one way of transmitting signals Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60411 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 Duplicate Number 1 1 Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108ec0a8fe01011b35a5d5885113 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state the energy changes a) in a microphone (sound ? electrical) b) in a loud speaker (electrical ? sound) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60419 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108ec0a8fe01011b35a5a69de360 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that an electrical signal is transmitted along a wire at a speed >> speed of sound (almost 300 000 000 m/s) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60423 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9108fc0a8fe01011b35a58cbd9b44 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that telephone communication may use electrical signals in metal wires, light signals in optical fibres or radio wave signals in air between transmitter and receiver. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60532 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91090c0a8fe01011b35a50fc2edb9 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe an application of curved reflectors used in telecommunication. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Communications Sub sub domain 1 1 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 60601 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91090c0a8fe01011b35a555bdd128 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare CT images with X-ray radiographic images Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 CT Sub sub domain 1 2 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 60243 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91091c0a8fe01011b35a5dc173e43 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 some ways in which microwaves, infrared and ultraviolet waves are used and the potential dangers of these Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Dangers Sub sub domain 1 3 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 60105 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91092c0a8fe01011b35a59eb7071b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Differentiate between digital and analog signals. Describe how communication devices employ digital and analog technologies (e.g., computers, cell phones). Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Digitalisation Sub sub domain 1 4 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60146 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91092c0a8fe01011b35a5587c53cb #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Compare some of the properties of electrical cables and optical fibres, eg size, cost weight, signal speed, signal capacity, signal quality, signal reduction per km Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Fibre optics Sub sub domain 1 5 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 60432 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91094c0a8fe01011b35a552a2638a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that signal transmission along an optical fibre takes place at a speed of nearly 200 million metres per second. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Fibre optics Sub sub domain 1 5 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 60527 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91096c0a8fe01011b35a57f072c3c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 High energy EM radiation (e.g. high frequency UV, X-rays and ?-rays) can ionise atoms Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 General applications Sub sub domain 1 6 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 60264 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91098c0a8fe01011b35a576e58175 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 By exploring radiations beyond the visible, I can describe a selected application, discussing the advantages and limitations. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 General applications Sub sub domain 1 6 Domain Identifier 1 Scotland Source 1 CfE pre 14 Level 1 Third Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 60405 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109ac0a8fe01011b35a5a83f528f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how polarising sunglasses can remove glare. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 General applications Sub sub domain 1 6 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 60685 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109bc0a8fe01011b35a515b4ca3e #AF55F4 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate human knowledge of cells to the development of the optical microscope and staining techniques (e.g., the work of Antony van Leeuwenhoek, Robert Hooke) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Imaging Sub sub domain 1 7 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Senior High Level 1 Science 14-24 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 15-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60384 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109bc0a8fe01011b35a579b8b6b7 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, in general terms, the design of telescopes that are used to gather information about the universe through the collection of as much EMR as possible; i.e., reflecting and refracting optical and radio telescopes Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Imaging Sub sub domain 1 7 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 60394 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109cc0a8fe01011b35a591342361 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a laser is a concentrated source of light of only one colour. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 laser Sub sub domain 1 8 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 60541 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109dc0a8fe01011b35a5182c6666 #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that the main parts of a radio receiver are: aerial, tuner, decoder, amplifier, loudspeaker, electricity supply; and identify these parts on a block diagram Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Radio Sub sub domain 1 10 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 60436 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109ec0a8fe01011b35a5f49f61cf #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations involving the relationship between speed, wavelength and frequency for microwaves, television and radio waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Radio Sub sub domain 1 10 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 60452 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910a0c0a8fe01011b35a559bc64e5 #83CEFF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply I = Io e-?x to determine the transmitted intensity of an ultrasound pulse after travelling through a certain thickness in a medium Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Ultrasound Sub sub domain 1 12 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 60221 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910a2c0a8fe01011b35a5dfb9d6d4 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Waves and electromagnetic radiation: Most waves, such as sound and water waves, transfer energy through matter, but light belongs to a special kind of radiation that can transfer energy through empty space. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Definition Sub sub domain 1 15 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 60116 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910a8c0a8fe01011b35a57cfc0065 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Oscillating electric or magnetic fields can generate electromagnetic waves over a wide spectrum. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Definition Sub sub domain 1 15 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60138 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910a9c0a8fe01011b35a5a2122c2e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that electromagnetic waves are transverse waves and travel at the speed of light through a vacuum. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Definition Sub sub domain 1 15 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60139 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910aac0a8fe01011b35a53b354158 #FC938D #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 assess the bias, reliability and validity of electronically accessed information on exposure to EMR emitted by video terminals, cellular telephones and other devices Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 EM effects Sub sub domain 1 16 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 60397 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910abc0a8fe01011b35a55986cb0b #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 propose solutions to reduce human exposure to EMR, emitted by such devices as radio telephones, laptop computers and video terminals, and identify the strengths and weaknesses of each Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 EM effects Sub sub domain 1 16 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 60398 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910abc0a8fe01011b35a54d1c6084 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Objects vary in the extent to which they absorb and reflect light and conduct heat (thermal energy) and electricity Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Properties Sub sub domain 1 19 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Fourth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60097 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910afc0a8fe01011b35a538a31933 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 recognize that Earth’s atmosphere absorbs certain frequencies of EMR Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Properties Sub sub domain 1 19 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 60390 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910b0c0a8fe01011b35a517f86dfb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare and contrast the properties of radiation, from any region of the electromagnetic spectrum, with those of visible light; i.e., wavelength, frequency, speed, reflection, refraction, diffraction, penetrability Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Properties Sub sub domain 1 19 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 60392 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910b0c0a8fe01011b35a515c9775d #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 give an example of a detector for each of gamma rays, X-rays, ultraviolet, visible light, infrared, microwaves, TV and radio Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Properties Sub sub domain 1 19 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 60504 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910b1c0a8fe01011b35a573e7a3fa #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9110ec0a8fe01011b35a5cde16eaa #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91116c0a8fe01011b35a51d67900c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91117c0a8fe01011b35a510102fea #C6E8FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the general principle of television transmission in terms of transmitter, carrier wave, modulation, video and audio receivers Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 TV Sub sub domain 1 11 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 60442 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109fc0a8fe01011b35a594c7c2b7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a television station can be identified by the frequency of the signal it transmits. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 TV Sub sub domain 1 11 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 60515 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc910a0c0a8fe01011b35a5eefdb42f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify analogue and digital signals from waveforms viewed on an oscilloscope Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Digitalisation Sub sub domain 1 4 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 60490 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91093c0a8fe01011b35a52fa18434 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe how coherent bundle fibres form image Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Fibre optics Sub sub domain 1 5 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 60232 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91098c0a8fe01011b35a5ade52a6e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe one practical example of telecommunication which uses optical fibres Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Fibre optics Sub sub domain 1 5 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 60427 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91097c0a8fe01011b35a55ae6adb4 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe one advantage and one disadvantage of using optical fibres for transmission of signals into the home. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 Fibre optics Sub sub domain 1 5 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 60530 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91096c0a8fe01011b35a539d576e6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Applications and risks of EM radiation as exemplified by UV radiation (e.g. sterilisation, material identification, sun burns, photochemical smog) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 General applications Sub sub domain 1 6 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 60262 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91099c0a8fe01011b35a54ec6420b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe how a laser is used in one practical application. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Applications Sub domain 1 laser Sub sub domain 1 8 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 60542 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9109dc0a8fe01011b35a5a5aa977b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 States that some chemicals glow ie fluoresce when they absorb ultraviolet radiation. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Production Sub sub domain 1 18 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 60562 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91117c0a8fe01011b35a56fbea57d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise the emission of X-rays when fast electrons hit a heavy metal target Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Production Sub sub domain 1 18 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 60687 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91118c0a8fe01011b35a55f01edca #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe, qualitatively, how all accelerating charges produce EMR Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Production Sub sub domain 1 18 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 60366 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91119c0a8fe01011b35a5af5c48e9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain that nuclear fusion in the sun, represented by the equation 21 H + 21 H? 32 He + 10 n , produces a wide spectrum of EMR Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Production Sub sub domain 1 18 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 60395 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q1: 1-19 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9111ac0a8fe01011b35a57dd8d121 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a wave transfers energy. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60588 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91076c0a8fe01011b35a5cfeb5594 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe wave motion in terms of waveform, crest, trough, compression, rarefaction, wavefront, phase, displacement, amplitude, period, frequency, wavelength and wave speed Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60155 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91076c0a8fe01011b35a585905d7b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define longitudinal and transverse waves in terms of the direction of motion of the medium particles in relation to the direction of propagation of the wave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60355 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91078c0a8fe01011b35a523143a7e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define longitudinal and transverse waves in terms of the direction of motion of the medium particles in relation to the direction of propagation of the wave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60355 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91079c0a8fe01011b35a528ce857f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91079c0a8fe01011b35a5c8b0c65c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91079c0a8fe01011b35a559bdfa58 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91079c0a8fe01011b35a5de538a39 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 predict, quantitatively, and verify the effects of changing one or a combination of variables in the universal wave equation (v = f?) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60358 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107ac0a8fe01011b35a5bf4f78de #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply f = 1/ T and v = f? to solve problems Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60158 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107bc0a8fe01011b35a5e81a6b10 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107bc0a8fe01011b35a5e57517b9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe mechanical waves as particles of a medium that are moving in simple harmonic motion Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 SHM Sub sub domain 1 75 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 60353 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107cc0a8fe01011b35a56d18f04c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define simple harmonic motion as a motion due to a restoring force that is directly proportional and opposite to the displacement from an equilibrium position Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 SHM Sub sub domain 1 75 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 60347 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107cc0a8fe01011b35a5e0c009fd #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, quantitatively, the relationships among displacement, acceleration, velocity and time for simple harmonic motion, as illustrated by a frictionless, horizontal mass-spring system or a pendulum, using the small-angle approximation Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 SHM Sub sub domain 1 75 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 60348 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107dc0a8fe01011b35a57f033920 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine, quantitatively, the relationships among kinetic, gravitational potential and total mechanical energies of a mass executing simple harmonic motion Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 SHM Sub sub domain 1 75 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 60349 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107ec0a8fe01011b35a5ba5c761c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that all waveforms can be described by the superposition of sine or cosine waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60648 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9107fc0a8fe01011b35a55e183118 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the sine or cosine variation is the simplest mathematical form of a wave. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60647 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91085c0a8fe01011b35a545a67b93 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain that the relationship y = A sin 2? (ft – x/?), represents a travelling wave. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60649 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91086c0a8fe01011b35a585756231 #FC60EF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91086c0a8fe01011b35a59810442c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 that the electromagnetic spectrum includes radio waves, microwaves, infrared, visible light, ultraviolet waves, X-rays and gamma rays Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Range Sub sub domain 1 20 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 60104 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91036c0a8fe01011b35a5d8ca4ba8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The electromagnetic spectrum: From long waves, to radio waves, to light waves, to x-rays, to gamma rays; Called “electromagnetic” because the radiation is created by an oscillating electric field which creates an oscillating magnetic field at right angles to it, which in turn creates an oscillating electric field at right angles, and so on, with both fields perpendicular to each other and the direction the wave is moving. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Range Sub sub domain 1 20 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 60117 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91036c0a8fe01011b35a58e716968 #83CEFF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the electromagnetic spectrum in terms of frequency and wavelength, and identify the locations of radio waves, microwaves, infrared radiation, visible light (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet), ultraviolet rays, x-rays, and gamma rays on the spectrum. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Range Sub sub domain 1 20 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60140 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91037c0a8fe01011b35a5a429a0c4 #83CEFF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 calculate the speed of EMR, given data from a Michelson-type experiment Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Speed Sub sub domain 1 21 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 60370 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91039c0a8fe01011b35a502521f70 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 represent sound intensity level using the unit decibel Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Amplitude Sub sub domain 1 22 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 60201 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9103bc0a8fe01011b35a5c9350aa1 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the apparent change in frequency of waves due to the motion of a source or a receiver (the Doppler effect). Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Doppler Sub sub domain 1 24 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60137 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9103fc0a8fe01011b35a518ecd457 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Frequency of sound waves measured in “cycles per second” or Hertz (Hz) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60043 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91040c0a8fe01011b35a53d3baec9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise the dependence of linear attenuation coefficients (?) on the nature of the medium and the frequency Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60222 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91042c0a8fe01011b35a5653b5ab0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the frequency of a sound is the number of waves produced in one second. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60567 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91042c0a8fe01011b35a5aa308203 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe how to measure frequency using an oscilloscope. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60614 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91043c0a8fe01011b35a527f393f6 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the frequency of a wave is the same as the frequency of the source producing it. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60615 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91044c0a8fe01011b35a58118dc90 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that high frequency sounds beyond the range of human hearing are called ultrasounds. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 hearing range Sub sub domain 1 26 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 60580 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91046c0a8fe01011b35a529e4efeb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Human voice: Larynx (voice box); Vibrating vocal cords: longer, thicker vocal cords create lower, deeper voices Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Making sounds Sub sub domain 1 28 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60023 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91047c0a8fe01011b35a57b67d29a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare musical notes using pitch, loudness and quality Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Sound quality Sub sub domain 1 29 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 60199 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91049c0a8fe01011b35a5ef62ba19 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 While light and radio waves can travel through a vacuum, sound waves cannot. Sound waves need a medium through which to travel. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Vibrations Sub sub domain 1 30 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 60056 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9104cc0a8fe01011b35a5603609d4 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Identify a wide range of sources of light, including the Sun, various forms of electric lights, flames, and materials that glow (luminescent materials). Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Light Sources Sub domain 1 Source of light Sub sub domain 1 32 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60296 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9104dc0a8fe01011b35a50e43855c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 draw wavefront diagrams to show reflection and refraction Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Behaviour of waves Sub sub domain 1 34 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 60163 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9104fc0a8fe01011b35a571255e59 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the function of the mirrors in a laser. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Coherence Sub sub domain 1 35 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 60643 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91051c0a8fe01011b35a51c95aa16 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that there is a phase change of ? on reflection at an interface where there is an increase in optical density and that there is no change in phase on reflection at an interface where there is a decrease in optical density. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Coherence Sub sub domain 1 35 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 60663 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91054c0a8fe01011b35a56c598d57 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 An image is created when light diverges from a point P and meets again at another point PÕ. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Images Sub sub domain 1 37 Domain Identifier 1 Anderssen & Bach Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 60009 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91059c0a8fe01011b35a5d8ee3519 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 demonstrate the formation of real images, using a double convex lens, and predict the effects of changes in the lens position on the size and location of images (e.g., demonstrate a method to produce a magnified or reduced image by altering the placement of one or more lenses) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 images Sub sub domain 1 37 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 60335 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9105bc0a8fe01011b35a501eade7b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The electromagnetic spectrum: From long waves, to radio waves, to light waves, to x-rays, to gamma rays; Called “electromagnetic” because the radiation is created by an oscillating electric field which creates an oscillating magnetic field at right angles to it, which in turn creates an oscillating electric field at right angles, and so on, with both fields perpendicular to each other and the direction the wave is moving. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Range Sub sub domain 1 20 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 60117 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9106bc0a8fe01011b35a5b244d566 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the relationship between period and frequency. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Frequency Sub sub domain 1 25 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 60616 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9106cc0a8fe01011b35a560d7b446 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare musical notes using pitch, loudness and quality Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 Sound quality Sub sub domain 1 29 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 60199 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9106ec0a8fe01011b35a57ee79a9b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9106fc0a8fe01011b35a5f740310f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9106fc0a8fe01011b35a56c5774ed #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91070c0a8fe01011b35a5a3888ea3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91072c0a8fe01011b35a57aae94c4 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91072c0a8fe01011b35a5a4ea11b2 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91073c0a8fe01011b35a5f4a555ca #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #DAA9FF SansSerif-plain-12 state the range of wavelengths for visible light Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Range Sub sub domain 1 20 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 60174 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91038c0a8fe01011b35a5c5fc3bfe #83CEFF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, qualitatively, various methods of measuring the speed of EMR Text 1 Waves Domain 1 EM Spectrum Sub domain 1 Speed Sub sub domain 1 21 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 60369 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc9103ac0a8fe01011b35a5eb257249 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe how the speed of a wave depends on the characteristics of the medium Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Refraction Sub sub domain 1 46 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 60357 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f26ec2c85edc01aaf64d6113f942 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 stationary wave (transverse waves only): explain the formation of a stationary wave; describe the characteristics of stationary waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Stationary waves Sub sub domain 1 48 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 60172 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f29dc2c85edc01aaf64d8a9d1e26 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 graphical treatment of superposition and standing waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Stationary waves Sub sub domain 1 48 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 60691 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f29dc2c85edc01aaf64d90f51c85 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain, with the aid of a diagram, what is meant by ‘the critical angle’. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 TIR Sub sub domain 1 49 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 60603 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f2adc2c85edc01aaf64d132bc012 #FFC63B #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the principle of operation of an optical fibre transmission system. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 TIR Sub sub domain 1 49 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 60604 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f2adc2c85edc01aaf64df20ebd97 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the principles of a method for measuring a critical angle. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 TIR Sub sub domain 1 49 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 60637 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f2adc2c85edc01aaf64dd72e87f3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Derive the relationship between critical angle and absolute refractive index of a medium. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 TIR Sub sub domain 1 49 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 60638 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f2bdc2c85edc01aaf64d9a12234c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 apply resolving power??1.22?/d to solve problems Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Resolution Sub sub domain 1 60 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 60205 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f378c2c85edc01aaf64dd8c54124 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Resonance, for example, the sound board of a piano, or plates of a violin Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Resonance Sub sub domain 1 68 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 60046 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64d6fc6eb69 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define mechanical resonance. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Resonance Sub sub domain 1 68 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 60350 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64d8cde5f55 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, qualitatively, the conditions for constructive and destructive interference of waves and for acoustic resonance Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Resonance Sub sub domain 1 68 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 60360 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64db6a91998 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Sound waves are much slower than light waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60032 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64d1fefa64c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 At room temperature, sound travels through air at about 340 meters per second (1,130 feet per second) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60040 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64d86e55788 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Sound goes faster through denser mediums, that is, faster through solids and liquids than through air (gases) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60047 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3d6c2c85edc01aaf64d7a4a81a0 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Speed of sound = Mach number Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60049 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3e5c2c85edc01aaf64de8ae40c2 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Supersonic booms; breaking the sound barrier Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60050 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3e5c2c85edc01aaf64d179c73a0 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognize that mechanical waves generally move faster through a solid than through a liquid and faster through a liquid than through a gas. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60136 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3e5c2c85edc01aaf64daf2eaf54 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine factors affecting the speed of propagation of waves along stretched strings or springs Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of Sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60157 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3e5c2c85edc01aaf64d7b6f310f ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 determine the speed of a mechanical wave; e.g., water waves and sound waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60362 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3e5c2c85edc01aaf64d77119025 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 give an example which illustrates that the speed of sound in air is less than the speed of light in air, eg thunder and lightning Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60408 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64ddb93a4b9 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe a method of measuring the speed of sound in air (using the relationship between distance, time and speed) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60409 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64def0e3bbf ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations involving the relationship between speed, wavelength and frequency for water and sound waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60414 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64db9016b11 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Give an example which shows that the speed of sound in air is less than the speed of light in air. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60574 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64d89a063d4 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Calculate the speed of sound using: speed = distance/time. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60576 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64d751bdd88 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the relationship between distance, time and speed in problems on water waves, sound waves, radio waves and light waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Speed of sound Sub sub domain 1 69 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 60591 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f3f5c2c85edc01aaf64d44d05e6d ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Use correctly in context the terms: ‘in phase’, ‘out of phase’ and ‘coherent’, when applied to waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Coherence Sub sub domain 1 70 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 60618 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f405c2c85edc01aaf64df6ce03fc ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the meaning of phase difference. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Coherence Sub sub domain 1 70 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 60651 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f405c2c85edc01aaf64dbcfb9676 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Waves transfer energy by oscillation without transferring matter; matter disturbed by a wave returns to its original place Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60055 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f405c2c85edc01aaf64d6298961a ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Waves carry energy from place to place without the transfer of matter. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60131 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f405c2c85edc01aaf64dc9f64ab8 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise waves as transmitting energy without transferring matter Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60153 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f405c2c85edc01aaf64d8e595107 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the properties of mechanical waves and explain how mechanical waves transmit energy. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60343 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f414c2c85edc01aaf64d20f7814c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare and contrast energy transport by matter and by waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60354 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f414c2c85edc01aaf64d5071b370 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that sound is a wave which transfers energy. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60566 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f414c2c85edc01aaf64d37b64dda ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the energy of a wave depends on its amplitude. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60617 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f414c2c85edc01aaf64ddb266a2b ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that in wave motion energy is transferred with no net mass transport. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60645 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f424c2c85edc01aaf64d020f102c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that the intensity of a wave is directly proportional to (amplitude)2. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Energy transfer Sub sub domain 1 71 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 60646 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f424c2c85edc01aaf64d5a78b80c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 various basic phenomena of vibrations and wave motion; production, detection, observation,reflection, and refraction of wave motion; related properties, quantities, and laws Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 Domain Identifier 1 Finland Source 1 Grade 1-4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60014 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f424c2c85edc01aaf64d4791bef1 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Common features of both kinds of waves: Speed and frequency of wave determine wavelength. Wave interference occurs in both light and sound. Doppler effect occurs in both light and sound Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60042 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f424c2c85edc01aaf64dd1d5d211 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Wave properties: wavelength, frequency, speed, crest, trough, amplitude Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60054 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f424c2c85edc01aaf64d51f64d3f ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 the meaning of frequency, wavelength and amplitude of a wave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60101 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f434c2c85edc01aaf64d931f7043 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe the measurable properties of waves (velocity, frequency, wavelength, amplitude, period) and explain the relationships among them. Recognize examples of simple harmonic motion. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60132 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f434c2c85edc01aaf64dc4851ca2 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 compare the general properties of sound waves and those of light waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60196 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f434c2c85edc01aaf64dd9328035 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 define the terms wavelength, wave velocity, period, frequency, amplitude, wave front and ray as they apply to describing transverse and longitudinal waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60356 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f434c2c85edc01aaf64def87734a ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 use the following terms correctly in context: wave, frequency, wavelength, speed, energy (transfer), amplitude Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60412 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f434c2c85edc01aaf64d0565b476 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Use the following terms correctly in context: wave, frequency, wavelength, speed, amplitude, period. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60592 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64d5d6e750c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 various basic phenomena of vibrations and wave motion; production, detection, observation, reflection, and refraction of wave motion; related properties, quantities, and laws Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 Domain Identifier 1 Finland Source 1 Grade 7-9 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 60123 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64d5e52e6df ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 recognize various periodic phenomena and sources of vibration in the their environment, and the properties of those phenomena and vibration sources, and be able to characterize the phenomena in question with depictive quantities Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 Domain Identifier 1 Finland Source 1 Grade 7-9 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 60127 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64d5e294c38 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 interpret wave motion in terms of oscillation Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60152 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64db7f531e0 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe oscillatory motion in terms of period and frequency Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60346 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64dc0931b5c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate the length of a pendulum to its period of oscillation Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60351 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f443c2c85edc01aaf64dd6ea5e2a ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 ask if the mass of the pendulum bob is a factor in the pendulum’s period of oscillation Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Oscillations Sub sub domain 1 73 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 60352 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f453c2c85edc01aaf64dff15d23f ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Define the terms ‘node’ and ‘antinode’. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Resonance Sub sub domain 1 74 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 60653 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f453c2c85edc01aaf64dd927514a ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Sound waves: longitudinal, compression waves, made by vibrating matter, for example, strings, wood, air Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60048 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f462c2c85edc01aaf64dbde0fbc7 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Two kinds of waves: transverse (for example, light) and longitudinal (for example, sound) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60052 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f462c2c85edc01aaf64db447a2ad ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Distinguish between mechanical and electromagnetic waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60133 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f462c2c85edc01aaf64db685f50c ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Distinguish between the two types of mechanical waves, transverse and longitudinal. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 Domain Identifier 1 Massachusetts Source 1 High School Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-18 Age 1 5 Age Band 1 60134 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f472c2c85edc01aaf64d3dbcb4ed ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 distinguish between transverse and longitudinal waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60154 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f472c2c85edc01aaf64d29187b06 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 point out light as an example of transverse wave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60187 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f472c2c85edc01aaf64d9cc3f081 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise sound as an example of longitudinal waves Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60193 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f472c2c85edc01aaf64d7894a4e8 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 mechanical waves—longitudinal and transverse Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60345 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f472c2c85edc01aaf64dcbe33e86 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State the difference between a transverse and longitudinal wave and give examples of each. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60593 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f482c2c85edc01aaf64d879ac8eb ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain the difference between linearly (plane) polarised and unpolarised waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Type of wave Sub sub domain 1 76 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 60677 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f482c2c85edc01aaf64dfd01fe57 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 the quantitative relationship between the speed, frequency and wavelength of a wave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60102 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f482c2c85edc01aaf64d6565cbd0 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 The relationship between frequency, wavelength and wave speed (c = f?) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60259 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f482c2c85edc01aaf64d2b0b19ac ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 investigate and describe the relationships of the variables in the universal wave equation v = ? f Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60393 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f491c2c85edc01aaf64d750dcab5 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain the equivalence of f x ? and d/t. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60415 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f491c2c85edc01aaf64dee7e51a2 ${Text} #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations involving the relationship between speed, wavelength and frequency for waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 v,f,lambda Sub sub domain 1 77 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 60594 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/93f3f491c2c85edc01aaf64da423c11c #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 carry out calculations involving the relationship between distance, time and speed in problems on light transmission. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Transmission Sub sub domain 1 50 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 60435 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1e707b30c0a8642b0184e990b1defc35 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Carry out calculations on travelling waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Travelling waves Sub sub domain 1 51 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 60650 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1ec4b36cc0a8642b0184e990bb150333 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe wave motion in terms of waveform, crest, trough, compression, rarefaction, wavefront, phase, displacement, amplitude, period, frequency, wavelength and wave speed Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Wave properties Sub domain 1 Features Sub sub domain 1 72 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 60155 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/1fc91077c0a8fe01011b35a53b145c50 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d3fc0a8000200efbe0ce35532c6 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d3fc0a8000200efbe0c2e69d3c7 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d40c0a8000200efbe0ccd156fa3 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d40c0a8000200efbe0c3fa9dcae #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d41c0a8000200efbe0cbaa715e8 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d41c0a8000200efbe0cd3883909 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d42c0a8000200efbe0c3999f8bd #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d42c0a8000200efbe0c5abf896f #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d43c0a8000200efbe0c62acced8 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d43c0a8000200efbe0c9a6dd622 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d44c0a8000200efbe0caeea0341 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d44c0a8000200efbe0c51b927bc #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that high frequency sounds beyond the range of human hearing are called ultrasounds. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Hearing Sub domain 1 hearing range Sub sub domain 1 26 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 60580 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d46c0a8000200efbe0cb1b90ca9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d47c0a8000200efbe0c41a52f35 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d47c0a8000200efbe0c2358aae8 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4def1d48c0a8000200efbe0cb28c572e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4df72bacc0a8000200efbe0c3139dba4 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e119410c0a8000200efbe0c7832631b #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e119410c0a8000200efbe0c8a7e308e #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e119411c0a8000200efbe0c342e7b27 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e119411c0a8000200efbe0c4936cf7a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e119412c0a8000200efbe0c4266e547 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e504365c0a8000200efbe0ced8c0741 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e504366c0a8000200efbe0cdf510325 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 investigate how various materials reflect, refract, transmit and absorb light Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Materials Sub sub domain 1 41 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Knowledge and Employability Science Grades 8 and 9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 60318 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e504368c0a8000200efbe0c2e7fc532 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e504368c0a8000200efbe0cdeec0bb6 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e504369c0a8000200efbe0cdc2ef3b0 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a6c0a8000200efbe0c8a8245a4 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a7c0a8000200efbe0c02faecd9 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a7c0a8000200efbe0c8c61a842 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a8c0a8000200efbe0c926d80c7 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a8c0a8000200efbe0c88385d03 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a9c0a8000200efbe0c92bd2c6d #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/4e5852a9c0a8000200efbe0c18aea96e #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the lens shapes of convex and concave Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Lenses Sub sub domain 1 40 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 60470 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57b41a0ec0a8000200dec4b0e85f1b9d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 State that a converging lens can correct long sight and a diverging lens can correct short sight. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Lenses Sub sub domain 1 40 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 60550 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57b41a12c0a8000200dec4b0740de935 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc16c0a8000200dec4b0087b3c61 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc16c0a8000200dec4b0acb49350 #7F7F7F #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 http://vue.tufts.edu/vue.rdfs#none 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc16c0a8000200dec4b018b6d420 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 You see things because of light entering the eye from the seen object. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Eye Sub sub domain 1 55 Domain Identifier 1 Anderssen & Bach Source 1 KS2 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 7-11 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60006 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc19c0a8000200dec4b0f313412b #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Parts of the eye: cornea, iris and pupil, lens, retina; Optic nerve; Farsighted and nearsighted Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Eye Sub sub domain 1 55 Domain Identifier 1 Hirsch Source 1 Grade 3 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 8-9 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60114 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc1bc0a8000200dec4b014140aee #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Recognise that an object can be seen when it reflects light or when it is a source of light. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Eye Sub sub domain 1 55 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 60265 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc1dc0a8000200dec4b08c67b9ef #DAA9FF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 identify challenges in explaining the nature of light and vision (e.g., recognize that past explanations for vision involved conflicting ideas about the interaction of eyes and objects viewed; identify challenges in explaining upside-down images, rainbows and mirages) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Eye Sub sub domain 1 55 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Junior High Level 1 Science 7-9 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 12-15 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 60327 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc1fc0a8000200dec4b05357f183 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 realise that the eye response depends on wavelengths Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Eye Sub sub domain 1 55 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 60692 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc22c0a8000200dec4b0db7d06e7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Light is absorbed selectrively by a filter. Light that has passed through a filter lacks some colours that have been absorbed. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Filters Sub sub domain 1 57 Domain Identifier 1 Anderssen & Bach Source 1 KS4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 14-16 Age 1 4 Age Band 1 60012 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57c9cc24c0a8000200dec4b0d6ed0a8d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state the characteristics of the image formed by a plane mirror Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Mirrors Sub sub domain 1 42 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 60269 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57cba372c0a8000200dec4b00a7d1ffa #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 examine the effect of the width of slit on the degree of diffraction Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 diffraction Sub sub domain 1 36 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 60165 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57e9e668c0a8000200dec4b06e33a4e1 #83CEFF #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain in terms of diffraction how wavelength affects radio and television reception Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 diffraction Sub sub domain 1 36 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 60457 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/57e9e66ac0a8000200dec4b0e7d03e00 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 explain, qualitatively and quantitatively, the Doppler effect on a stationary observer of a moving source. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Doppler Sub sub domain 1 64 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 60361 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539f0c0a8000200dec4b00c044355 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate apparent changes in wavelength and frequency to the speed of the source relative to the observer Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Doppler Sub sub domain 1 64 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 60363 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539f2c0a8000200dec4b0409e7fbb #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Derive the expression for the apparent frequency detected when a source of sound waves moves relative to a stationary observer. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Doppler Sub sub domain 1 64 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 60655 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539f4c0a8000200dec4b05c72aee7 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Derive the expression for the apparent frequency detected when an observer moves relative to a stationary source of sound waves. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Sound Propagation Sub domain 1 Doppler Sub sub domain 1 64 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 60656 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539f6c0a8000200dec4b02c82f1b9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the superposition of two pulses Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Interference Sub sub domain 1 38 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 60166 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q2: 20-38 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539f9c0a8000200dec4b087255f4a #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 relate the appearance or color of objects to the properties of reflected or absorbed light Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Perceiving images Sub sub domain 1 59 Domain Identifier 1 Timss Source 1 Eighth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 13-14 Age 1 3 Age Band 1 60095 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539fbc0a8000200dec4b0090639f9 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 state that mixing red, green and blue lights produces all colours seen on a colour television screen Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Perceiving images Sub sub domain 1 59 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 60444 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539fdc0a8000200dec4b0bae5f4ec #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 describe the effect of colour mixing lights (red, green and blue). Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Perceiving images Sub sub domain 1 59 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 60445 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/584539ffc0a8000200dec4b01d095ccf #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-italic-12 state that mixing red, green and blue lights produces all colours seen on a colour television screen Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Seeing things Sub domain 1 Perceiving images Sub sub domain 1 59 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 60444 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/58453a02c0a8000200dec4b0785d0214 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 that darkness is the absence of light Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Shadows Sub domain 1 Shadows Sub sub domain 1 62 Domain Identifier 1 NC 1999 Source 1 KS1 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 5-7 Age 1 1 Age Band 1 60059 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q1: 2-5 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5858630ac0a8000200dec4b06a0189b3 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Shadows result when light cannot pass through a substance and when light changes direction (through air, water, etc.) Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Shadows Sub domain 1 Shadows Sub sub domain 1 62 Domain Identifier 1 Wisconsin Source 1 Fourth Grade Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60098 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5858630cc0a8000200dec4b049096570 #9DDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Describe changes in the size and location of Sun shadows during the day—early morning, to midday, to late afternoon. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Shadows Sub domain 1 Shadows Sub sub domain 1 62 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60299 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q4: 58-77 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/5858630ec0a8000200dec4b09e0ccac8 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 that light travels in a straight line at a finite speed in a uniform medium Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Path of light Sub sub domain 1 43 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 60075 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q3: 10-12 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/58586310c0a8000200dec4b0e5d912d0 #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Demonstrate that light travels outward from a source and continues unless blocked by an opaque material. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Path of light Sub sub domain 1 43 Domain Identifier 1 Alberta Source 1 Elementary, Grade 4 Level 1 Sub level 1 Sub, sub level 1 9-10 Age 1 2 Age Band 1 60298 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q2: 6-9 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/58586312c0a8000200dec4b0a85124bd #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Derive the expression n = tan ip. Text 1 Waves Domain 1 Propagation of Light Sub domain 1 Polarisation Sub sub domain 1 44 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 60683 Statement Identifier 1 0 Duplication? 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 1 1 <missing> Duplicate Number 2 1 Q3: 39-57 Domain Identifier [Q4] 1 Q4: 13-17 Age [Q4] 1 http://vue.tufts.edu/rdf/resource/58586315c0a8000200dec4b08c4bb28d #9BDB53 #7F7F7F #000000 SansSerif-plain-12 Explain how a combination of a ‘polariser’ and ‘analyser’ can prevent the transmission of light. 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