# Observations and Inferences

## Quiz by Leslea Mcreynolds

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10 questions
• Q1
What is an observation?
A fact gathered with senses.
A conclusion , explanation or assumption
30s
• Q2
Qualitative observations use numbers.
True
False
30s
• Q3
Quantitative observations use numbers.
True
False
30s
• Q4
Which observation is quantitative?
The petals are shaped like hearts.
The petals are smooth.
The petals are red.
There are eight petals.
30s
• Q5
Which of the following is a qualitative observation?
The dog has two ears.
The dog has shaggy fur.
The dog has 50 whiskers.
The dog has fifteen spots.
30s
• Q6
Which kind of observations are made using instruments such as rulers, scales and thermometers?
Qualitative
Quantitative
30s
• Q7
You walk into your science classroom and see an unfamiliar adult at the teacher's desk. You also see that Mrs. McReynolds is not in the room. You wonder where she could be. "Maybe she's home sick today" you think to yourself. Which of these is an inference?
You walk into the science classroom.
You do not see Mrs. McReynolds.
Maybe she's home sick today.
45s
• Q8
You are shopping at Randalls. You hear a sound like glass breaking, a person yelling "Oh, no!" and you detect the sharp smell of pickle juice coming from the next aisle. Which of these is/are observations?
Someone dropped a jar of pickles.
The person is having a bad day.
The pickle jar was slippery.
You smell pickle juice.
45s
• Q9
All those children sitting on the side of the must be in trouble.
Inference
Observation
30s
• Q10
The hamburger bun is turning green.
Inference
Observation
30s

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