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By Arnold Brian Jones Mary Jones Geoff Poole Emma

ISBN-10: 0007135947

ISBN-13: 9780007135943

"Absolute technology" is a self-contained scheme geared toward students ranging among degrees 3 and 6 with extension fabric for students operating at degrees seven and 8. It fits the QCA Scheme of labor and gives aid for the major level three programme of research.

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Well done, I’m very pleased’, ‘You can do better that that’, ‘ Not acceptable’. Homework: 63 C U R T TE P HNAI B1 Light travels in straight lines (page 1) 2 WO R KSH EE T 1 screen ray of light light source 1 Place all three screens on a table and thread a piece of cotton or thin string through each of the holes. 2 Pull the cotton tight so that the holes in all three screens are in a straight line. 3 Place a luminous object such as a light bulb or Bunsen flame behind the end screen. 4 Very carefully remove the cotton without changing the positions of the screens.

HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2003 Absolute Science Year 8 33 Chapter 1 Answers End of chapter answers 1 2 3 4 5 a a a b c d a b c d e a b c True b False c False d True e True D b B and D c A and C d B e D f A Cobalt Carbon, oxygen and cobalt O2 and C Carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide Molecule Compound Symbol Element Atom symbols, elements letter, C, name, chlorine, first, second Latin g C Worksheet answers A1 Elements wordsearch In any order: oxygen, gold, silver, copper, sodium, hydrogen, helium, nitrogen, magnesium, calcium, neon, argon, chlorine, bromine, iodine, iron, zinc, lead, aluminium, platinum A2 All about platinum Platinum is a sIlvery White metAl which Is rArer and more expenSive to Buy than gold.

It is a virtual image. Pupils should put a heading in their book ‘The image created by a plane mirror’. Then the diagram mentioned above should be copied accurately. More able pupils are able to explain how a virtual image is created by a plane mirror. Less able pupils know that the eye sees an image of an object behind the mirror. Pupils understand how an image is formed behind a plane mirror. 10 Plenary. e. lateral inversion and image being the same size as the object. Pupils should make a note of these properties in their book and, if time allows, draw diagrams to illustrate these properties.

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