Middle School Physics
- (3/-1) The Greek letter mu is generally used to express the coefficient of this, the force that resists relative motion when two bodies are in contact.
- (6/-2) This force exerted on the cafeteria meatloaf is calculated by multiplying the volume of the meatloaf by the density of the ketchup in which it is submerged.
- (9/-3) A commercially-available one of these instruments can measure the color of a crayon by determining light wavelengths between 190 and 1100 nanometers.
- (12/-4) This four-letter term is measured by multiplying the amount of force applied to a water balloon by the distance the balloon travels.
- (15/-5) This process of coating steel with zinc is named for a scientist who discovered he could make dead frog legs twitch with electricity.
View the BBCode version