Can I statement for Physics (set 1)

hese are a another set of can I statments for Physic.They are a great way, of testing your understanding and from this you can hopefully identify your weaknesses and strengths.

The previous can I statments I uploaded can be accessed from here 

Again please rate / comment on how useful it is, because then I can upload more for our benefit. good luck !

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Scientific discoveries in the solar system and beyond continue to inspire popular culture and affect
our understanding of our place in the Universe. In this module, you will explore the scale of the
Universe and its past, present and future, and consider the ideas scientists have and their
evidence for…

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P1.1 What do we know about the place of the Earth in the Y/N EVIDENCE
1.Can I remember that the Earth is one of 8 planets moving in almost
circular paths round the Sun which, together with other smaller objects
orbiting the Sun (asteroids, dwarf planets, comets) and moons…

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11. Can I describe how the distance to a star can be measured using
parallax (qualitative idea only)?
12. Can I describe how the distance to a star can be estimated from
its relative brightness?
13. Can I describe how light pollution and other atmospheric
conditions interfere with observations of…

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2. can I describe how continents could be worn down to sea level by
erosion, if mountains were not being continuously formed?
3. Can I describe how the rock processes seen today can account for
past changes?
4. Can I explain that the age of the Earth can be estimated…

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14. Can I remember that earthquakes produce:
a. Pwaves (longitudinal waves) which travel through solids and
b. Swaves (transverse waves) which travel through solids but not
15. Can I describe the difference between a transverse and
longitudinal wave?
16. can I describe how differences in the wave speeds…

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