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Matter

Quiz by Shelley Kruse

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  • Q1

    Which of the following would provide the best evidence that air is made of matter?

    Finding the volume of the air between marbles in a jar by pouring water over them

    Making a small hole in a tire and measuring the amount of time it takes for it to become flat

    Measuring the temperature of the air in several rooms of varying sizes

    Comparing the volume of an empty balloon to the volume of an inflated balloon

    30s
  • Q2

    Which of the following is always true about the particles that make up matter?

    They can only be found in solid substances

    They are too small to be seen with only our eyes

    They are locked into regular arrangements

    They are the same size in all substances

    30s
  • Q3

    Which of the following tools is necessary to examine the particles that make up matter?

    Microscope

    Hot Plate

    Graduated Cylinder

    Triple Beam Balance

    30s
  • Q4

    A student is doing an investigation with a capped syringe.

    Which of the following observations provide evidence that the air filling the syringe is matter?

    The plunger cannot be pushed all the way to the end.

    The student finds the mass of the syringe on a balance.

    The student can see all the way through the syringe. 

    The volume reads 5 mL on the syringe.

    30s
  • Q5

    What property can be investigated by exposing different materials to heat?

    Electrical Conductivity

    Magnetism

    Shape

    Thermal Conductivity

    30s

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