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Standard: 9.2.2.2

An object’s mass and the forces on it affect the motion of an object.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Physical Science
Substrand:Motion

Standard: 9.2.3.2

Energy can be transformed within a system or transferred to other systems or the environment, but is always conserved.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Physical Science
Substrand:Energy

Standard: 9.2.4.1

There are benefits, costs and risks to different means of generating and using energy.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Physical Science
Substrand:Human Interactions with Physical Systems

Standard: 9.3.1.1

The relationships among earthquakes, mountains, volcanoes, fossil deposits, rock layers and ocean features provide evidence for the theory of plate tectonics.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:Earth Structure and Processes

Standard: 9.3.1.3

By observing rock sequences and using fossils to correlate the sequences at various locations, geologic events can be inferred and geologic time can be estimated.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:Earth Structure and Processes

Standard: 9.3.2.1

The Earth system has internal and external sources of energy, which produce heat and drive the motion of material in the oceans, atmosphere and solid earth.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:Interdependence within the Earth System

Standard: 9.3.2.2

Global climate is determined by distribution of energy from the sun at the Earth's surface.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:Interdependence within the Earth System

Standard: 9.3.2.3

The cycling of materials through different reservoirs of the Earth’s system is powered by the Earth’s sources of energy.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:Interdependence within the Earth System

Standard: 9.3.3.2

The solar system, sun, and Earth formed over billions of years.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:The Universe

Standard: 9.3.3.3

The big bang theory states that the universe expanded from a hot, dense chaotic mass, after which chemical elements formed and clumped together to eventually form stars and galaxies.
Grade:9-12
Subject:Science
Strand:Earth & Space Science
Substrand:The Universe