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Mixtures and Solutions

Quiz by Bernadette Durkin

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12 questions
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  • Q1
    The science work for salt is
    solute
    solution
    solvent
    20s
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  • Q2
    The 5g piece on the top of a cup of water is evidence that _________.
    The 5g piece weighs more than the water.
    Solids usually sink in water
    The 5g piece is more dense than the water.
    The 5g pieces sink when they soak up water.
    45s
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  • Q3
    Is salt a solid material?
    Not sure
    Yes
    no
    120s
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  • Q4
    Four 5th grade students make solutions. They all use the same amount of solid. Student X uses 1000mL of water. Student Y uses 500mL of water. Student Z uses 750 mL of water. Which solution is most concentrated?
    Student Y
    Student Z
    Student X
    60s
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  • Q5
    Which two solutions have equal volumes.
    solution #1 60mL and solution #3 80mL
    solution #4 100mL and solution #5 50mL
    solution #2 50mL and solution #6 50mL
    45s
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  • Q6
    A student notices that the oil in her salad dressing floats on top of the vinegar. The oil floats on top of the vinegar because ____________
    The oil and vinegar both make a mixture.
    The oil is more dense than the vinegar.
    The oil is less dense than the vinegar.
    The vinegar is a solution but the oil is not.
    120s
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  • Q7
    Salt is a solid material
    True
    False
    10s
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  • Q8
    Scientists monitor the materials dissolved in drinking water very carefully. They write a report explaining which solids and how much of each solid is dissolved in water. These scientists are reporting about __________
    density
    condensation
    concentration
    evaporation
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  • Q9
    A student makes 4 solutions using the same solid. He records the amount of solid and water he uses in each cup. Here are the results - solution A 10g and 100mL, solution B 16g and 100mL, solution C 25g and 100mL, solution D 50g and 100mL. Which solution is the most concentrated?
    solution D
    solution A
    solution C
    solution B
    60s
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  • Q10
    Water is a solid material true or false
    False
    True
    20s
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  • Q11
    A student makes two solutions. Solution #1 has 50mL of water and 24g of solid. Solution #2 has 100mL of water and 12g of the same solid. She puts the two cups on either side of a balance scale to find out which solution is more concentrated or has the greater mass. What is wrong with the students plan?
    She followed a plan to determine density not concentration.
    She should have used different solids to make the solution.
    She should have evaporated the liquids before weighing them.
    She should have compared equal volumes of the two solutions.
    120s
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  • Q12
    Kosher salt is also know as a solid material.
    true
    false
    not sure
    maybe
    20s
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