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Matter and Energy

Quiz by Kristen Larson

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  • Q1
    Which words from para.2 help you understand the meaning of consume?
    heat and light
    moving and grow
    things and matter
    eating and eat
  • Q2
    Which section of the article is most likely to explain what happens when energy is added to liquid?
    Do Solids Move?
    Got Gas?
    What are Energy and Matter?
    Liquid Motion
  • Q3
    What is paragraph 4 mainly about?
    The particles in solids are locked together.
    Heat cause solids to change.
    Sunlight is a form of energy for plants and animals.
    Wood is solid, but it can be broken.
  • Q4
    From the selection, the reader can tell that-
    it is fun to learn about science
    energy changes matter
    water in a bathtub is in the shape of a cup
    liquid has more energy than gas
  • Q5
    Which sentence from the selection best explains why gas doesn't have a definite shape?
    The movement of the particles can be observed and described.
    The particles will eventually fill up any space they are in.
    Heating a pot of water on a stove causes the water to boil.
    Adding heat to liquid water causes water to evaporate into a gas.
  • Q6
    According to paragraph 9, adding energy to matter-
    causes particles to move less
    makes you understand why matter changes
    causes water to turn to ice
    causes particles to move more
  • Q7
    What belongs in the diagram for the cause?
    Liquid rock is called lava.
    Particles in solid rock vibrate in place.
    Wood is broken or cut.
    Particles in solid rock are super-heated
  • Q8
    Which of these is the best summary of the selection?
    Solids, liquids, and gases are affected by energy. Some scientists spend their whole lives studying energy. Energy is an interesting subject.
    The three states of matter include solids, liquids, and gases. Water vapor is a gas.
    Solids, liquids, and gases are made of particles. Teachers make their students learn about them because they are important.
    There are three states of matter: solid, liquid, and gas. Energy affects these states of matter. Each is different in how its particles behave and how its shape and volume changes.

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