5.5.B Identify The Boiling & Freezing/Melting Points Of Water

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Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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5.5.B: Matter and Energy

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5 questions
• Q1
A student measures the temperature of water being heated on a hot plate. The student observes that the temperature of the water is 53°C. How many more degrees Celsius must the temperature rise before it reaches the boiling temperature of water? Be sure to use the correct place value.
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5.5.B: Matter and Energy
• Q2
A student observes ice forming on the edge of a school building. At what temperature did the water outside the school building most likely begin to change to ice?
32°C
25°C
0°C
100°C
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5.5.B: Matter and Energy
• Q3
Cracks in the seafloor called hydrothermal vents send streams of hot water into the ocean. The water from a vent is 387°C. How many degrees above the boiling point of water is this temperature?
175°C
387°C
487°C
287°C
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5.5.B: Matter and Energy
• Q4
A teacher asks six students to design and build solar ovens that could be used to boil water. After the ovens are complete, the students record the maximum temperatures that can be reached inside their ovens in 1 hour Which list identifies all the ovens that must be redesigned in order to reach temperatures that will boil water in 1 hour?
Ovens 1 and 3 only
vens 1, 3, 5, and 6
Ovens 1, 3, and 6 only
Ovens 1, 3, 4, 5, and 6
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5.5.B: Matter and Energy
• Q5
A student fills two identical beakers with the same volume of water. The student places one beaker in a freezer and the other beaker on a hot plate. After 5 minutes the student observes that the temperature of the water in the freezer is 19°C and the temperature of the water on the hot plate is 42°C. Which statement best describes the relationship between the two beakers of water and the freezing and boiling points of water?
The temperature of the water on the hot plate is closer to the boiling point than the temperature of the water in the freezer is to the freezing point.
The temperature of the water in the freezer is closer to the freezing point than the temperature of the water on the hot plate is to the boiling point.
The temperature of the water on the hot plate must increase 58°C before it boils, and the temperature of the water in the freezer must decrease 32°C before it freezes.
The temperature of the water in the freezer must decrease 19°C before it freezes, and the temperature of the water on the hot plate must increase 170°C before it boils.
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5.5.B: Matter and Energy

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