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Can you name the physics terms based on their english language usage and their physics defninitions?

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1) English: A brand of toothpaste that has been used to make eggs whiter in commercials
 
1) Physics: The point of maximum positive displacement on a transverse wave
 
2) English: A first person shooter video game where the protagonist is Dr. Gordon Freeman
 
2) Physics: The time required for one-half of the unstable nuclei in a radioactive substance to decay into a new element
 
3) English: A more excting way to say 'cool' or 'awesome' mostly used back in the 80's
 
3) Physics: A measure of radiation received by a material .................................................................
 
4) English: A movie involving a fast moving bus with a bomb on it
 
4) Physics: The distance traveled by a body in one unit of time
 
5) English: A punctuation mark placed at the end of a declarative sentence
 
5) Physics: The time required for one complete cycle of a wave
 
6) English: A rental car company with the slogans 'Love the road.' (in UK) and 'There's and there's 'not exactly' ' (USA)
 
6) Physics: Unit of frequency; equivalent to one cycle per second
 
7) English: A defector in place, or an informant. Known as a rat in the Mafia.
 
7) Physics: 6.02 x 10^23 atoms ......................................................
 
8) English: After first
 
8) Physics: SI unit of time
 
9) English: Being approximately average or within certain limits
 
9) Physics: A line perpendicular to the surface of a boundary ......................................................
 
10) English: Depending on who you talk to money equals this or knowledge equals this
 
10) Physics: The rate of doing work .......................................................
 
11) English: That from which a Jedi's strength flows
 
11) Physics: Derivative of momentum with respect to time
 
12) English: In Toy Story, Buzz's last name
 
12) Physics: Approximately 9.5 x 10^11 km
 
13) English: Not subtle. Also, a type of flight that is preferable to having a layover
 
13) Physics: An electrical current that always moves in one direction
 
14) English: Other than breathing and hazards what you should check for before you perform CPR
 
14) Physics: A wave of short duration confined to a small portion of the medium at any given time
 
15) English: Sub-light engines in Star Trek .............................................
 
15) Physics: The definite integral of force with respect to time from one specified time to another specified time
 
16) English: That which is increased in the playoffs, associated with hustle
 
16) Physics: A measure of the energy carried by a wave ...................................
 
17) English: The celebration of the Eucharist
 
17) Physics: The quantity of matter contained in a body
 
18) English: Useful, helpful (often associated with criticism) ................................ .............................................................. .....................
 
18) Physics: A type of interference in which two waves arrive at the same place at the same time and add amplitudes to create a new wave
 
19) English: What people use to go higher in pole-vaulting. Alternatively, someone from poland.
 
19) Physics: The ends, or sides, of a magnet about which the force of magnetic attraction seems to be concentrated
 
20) English: What you plug your guitar into to make it louder
 
20) Physics: Unit of electric current
 

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