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**5.**Errors that can be dealt with by simple repeats and calculating a new mean value?**8.**A particle and its corresponding antiparticle have opposite?**10.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-9)?**11.**What is m/s a unit of?**13.**Sources of systematic error can include the environment, methods of observation or _________ used.**14.**Any indication that a measuring system gives a false reading when the true value of a measured quantity is zero?**16.**A ____ test is one in which only the independent variable has been allowed to affect the dependent variable.**19.**A line graph, not necessarily on a grid, that shows the general shape of the relationship between two variables?**23.**A measurement that is obtained using accurately calibrated instruments correctly is said to be ----?**25.**Cause readings to differ from the true value by a consistent amount each time a measurement is made?**27.**Which prefix has the value x10^(6)?**29.**What is work measured in?**30.**Data which has been shown to be valid?**34.**Suitability of the investigative procedure to answer the question being asked?**36.**What is measured in volts?**37.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-6)?**38.**A measurement is ____________ if the investigation is repeated by another person, or by using different equipment or techniques, and the same results are obtained.**39.**A statement suggesting what will happen in the future, based on observation, experience or a hypothesis?**41.**Cause readings to be spread about the true value, due to results varying in an unpredictable way from one measurement to the next?**42.**The value that would be obtained in an ideal measurement?**43.**Variables can have values (called a quantity) that can be given a magnitude either by counting or by measurement?**46.**When a particle and its antiparticle meet, they destroy each other and become radiation- this is what?**48.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-15)?**50.**A measurement is __________ if the original experimenter repeats the investigation using same method and equipment and obtains the same results.**51.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-12)?**52.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-3)?**53.**A particle and its corresponding antiparticle have an equal?**54.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-1)?

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**1.**Which unit is equivalent to kg ms^(-2)?**2.**A proposal intended to explain certain facts or observations?**3.**The smallest change in the quantity being measured (input) of a measuring instrument that gives a perceptible change in the reading?**4.**Which prefix has the value x10^(9)?**6.**What is the unit of current?**7.**The quantity between reading?**9.**Values in a set of results which are judged not to be part of the variation caused by random uncertainty?**11.**Physical, chemical or biological quantities or characteristics?**12.**The difference between a measured value and the true value?**15.**The maximum and minimum values of the independent or dependent variables; important in ensuring that any pattern is detected?**17.**Particles consisting of two protons and two neutrons?**18.**The interval within which the true value can be expected to lie, with a given level of confidence or probability?**20.**Which prefix has the value x10^(12)?**21.**A zero error may result in a _________ uncertainty?**22.**Marking a scale on a measuring instrument, that involves establishing the relationship between indications of a measuring instrument and standard or reference quantity values, which must be applied?**24.**What is the unit of charge?**26.**What is the maximum displacement of a vibrating particle?**28.**Which unit is equivalent to kg m^(2)s^(-3)A^(-1)?**31.**A conclusion supported by valid data, obtained from an appropriate experimental design and based on sound reasoning?**32.**What unit is 1.6x10(-19)J equivalent to?**33.**Which prefix has the value x10^(-2)?**35.**What is ms^(-2) a unit of?**40.**Information, either qualitative or quantitative, that has been collected?**44.**Variables which have values that are labels?**45.**Which prefix has the value x10^(3)?**47.**A Hadron consists of three what?**49.**Measurements which there is very little spread about the mean value?