Q-Number one: What is an electromagnetic wave? This question can be very easy if you know that it is a wave with no mass and no energy. You will need to learn about the different types of electromagnetic waves. Q-Number two: How is an electromagnetic wave produced? In the same way that light can be produced by a bulb, it is possible for the electromagnetic waves produced in a laboratory to travel through space.
Q-Number three: What is an ionized atom? The atoms in an atom are separated in space by an electric field. When these atoms meet, they form a dipole, which is a negatively charged particle. This particle is called the ion.
Q-Number four: What is the difference between a proton and a neutrino? A proton is made of two protons joined together by an electron and a neutrino is made of just one proton and an electron. You will have to understand the difference between a proton and a neutrino before you can write the test that is required by the Kansas State Science Exam.
Q-Number five: What is a photon? A photon is a type of electromagnetic radiation, which travels at approximately the speed of light. Photons can only pass through one atom before they are absorbed by another atom.
Q-Number six: What is an electron and an antimatter particle? Electrons and antiparticles are particles that are electrically attracted to each other. If one particle is electrically attracted to an atom, the other particle becomes an antisponant.
Q-Number seven: What is the difference between a proton and a neutrino? If you have been taught to take this exam, the answers to these questions should be fairly easy and the rest will come naturally.
Q-Number eight: What is an electromagnetic spectrum? The electromagnetic spectrum consists of all the energies that exist in space. There are two types of spectra, which are the electric and the magnetic spectra.
Q-Number nine: What are quarks? Quarks are one of the elementary particles of matter in the universe. They were discovered by Albert Einstein with the help of the particle accelerator. There are two types of quarks, up, down, strange and charm.
Q-Number ten: What is a tag? Tau is an acronym for two t’s and a minus sign. It is the mass of a proton and a neutron. It is a neutral particle that has no electrical charge.
Q-Number eleven: What is the energy level for the sun? At the surface of the sun there are no quarks or taus.
Q-Number twelve: What is a neutrino? Neutrinos are subatomic particles that have no spin. They come from the radioactive decay of nuclear particles.
Q-Number thirteen: What is the reason that the universe has a good reason to exist? The answer to this question is that it is here for a reason. It is our purpose to experience it.
Q-Number fourteen: What is the reason we can travel through time? It is because of the law of gravity. The speed of the expansion of the universe is also known as the gravitational force.
Q-Number fifteen: What is the reason we can use our brain to make a mirror image of our body? We use our brain to make a mirror image of our body by using light to create a mirror image on the retina of the eye.
You get to take Physics Quiz PDF once a week. to prepare for the exam. The exams contain multiple choice questions.