Energy Transfer Review

Quiz by Mrs. Ingram

Science
Next Generation Science Standards

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### Measures 2 skills fromGrade 6-8ScienceNext Generation Science Standards

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15 questions
• Q1
What happens to the particles when you push the plunger down?
There are more air particles in the syringe.
The air particles move farther apart.
There are fewer air particles in the syringe.
The air particles move closer together.
300s
MS-PS3-5
• Q2
What happens to the particles when you pull the plunger up?
The air particles move closer together.
The air particles become larger.
The air particles become smaller.
The air particles move farther apart.
300s
MS-PS3-5
• Q3
A balloon is placed over an empty bottle. What will happen if the bottle is heated?
The particles will slow down and contract.
The particles will speed up and expand.
300s
MS-PS3-4
• Q4
A balloon is placed over an empty bottle. What will happen if the bottle is cooled?
The particles will slow down and contract.
The particles will speed up and expand.
300s
MS-PS3-4
• Q5
A group of students are given a metal nut and bolt that are stuck together. Which object needs to be heated to separate them?
bolt
nut
300s
• Q6
A group of students are given a metal nut and bolt that are stuck together. Which object needs to be cooled to separate them?
bolt
nut
300s
• Q7
Ice is put into a cup of lemonade. Does the ice or lemonade have more kinetic energy?
ice
300s
• Q8
How does energy transfer between the ice and warm lemonade?
Energy transfers from the lemonade to the ice.
Energy transfers back and forth between the lemonade and ice.
Energy transfers from the ice to lemonade.
No energy is transferred.
300s
• Q9
What is the difference between compression and contraction?
Compression is particles getting closer together. Contraction is particles getting farther apart.
They are the same thing.
Compression is pressing particles closer. Contraction is particles getting closer because they are cooled.
300s
MS-PS3-5
• Q10
A fast-moving particle A and a slow-moving particle B collide. Which particle has more kinetic energy before the collision?
Particle B
Particle A
300s
• Q11
What happens to the kinetic energy when the particles collide?
Energy transfers to particle A.
Energy transfers to both particles.
Energy transfers to particle B.
300s
• Q12
Which particle has more kinetic energy after the collision?
Particle B
Particle A
A and B have the same kinetic energy.
300s
• Q13
300s
MS-PS3-5
• Q14
Which way does energy flow?
cold to hot
hot to cold
300s
MS-PS3-5
• Q15
The cap is put on an empty bottle trapping air inside. The bottle is put in the freezer. When it was taken out, the bottle looked crushed. What happened?
The air particles in the bottle got closer together.
The air particles cooled and became smaller.
Some of the air particles got out of the bottle.
The air particles settled to the bottom of the bottle.
300s

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