Be able to Define, Explain, and Give Examples of the Following:

Be able to solve Problems showing your method (Hup, Two... )

Theory Law Subjective Observation Objective Observation Parallax Persistence of Vision Stroboscopic Effect Matter Mass Inertia Density Energy Kinetic Energy Conservation of Energy Conservation of Matter Accuracy Precision Orders of Magnitude Direct proportion Inverse proportion Interpolation Extrapolation Scalar Vector Problem solving Newton's Law of Inertia Newton's Law of Acceleration Newton's Law of Action/Reaction Newton's Law of Gravitation Kepler's Law of Ellipses Kepler's Law of Equal Areas Kepler's Law of Distance & Period Tides, Neap, Spring, Apogee, Perigee Velocity and Acceleration Acceleration of Gravity Elevator Problem

Hypothesis
Potential Energy
Terminal velocity