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Physical Science Final Exam Review

Quiz by Andrea Matthews

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  • Q1
    An atom can be best described as
    An invisible particle that only exists in science books
    A particle found in compounds
    A substance composed of 2 or more elements bonded together
    The smallest unit of a substance that can still be considered that substance
  • Q2
    What subatomic particle(s) is/are located in the atom"s nucleus
    Protons and Neutrons
    Electrons only
    Neutrons and Electrons
    Protons and Electrons
  • Q3
    What type of charge doe a proton have?
    It varies depending on the atom
  • Q4
    What type of charge does an electron have?
    It depends on the atom
  • Q5
    Covalent bonds form between ____________.
    two or more non metals
    a hydrogen atom and a non metal
    metals and non metals
    a metal and a metal
  • Q6
    What is the formula for the ionic compound B+2 and F-1
  • Q7
  • Q8
    A car traveling at an initial velocity of 45 mph, speeds up to reach 64 mph. Is this car accelerating? Why or why not?
    yes, because its speeding up
    No because its changing directions
    No because its speeding up
    yes because it's changing direction
  • Q9
    A car increases its speed from 6 m/s to 36 m/s over a time period of 6 s. What is the its acceleration?
    6 m/s2
    42 m/s
  • Q10
    In order for a turtle to move forward, his strokes must push the water surrounding him backward. This example demonstrates the principle described in Newton's ......
    2rd Law of Motion
    3nd Law ofMotion
    Universal Law of Gravitation
    1st Law of Motion
  • Q11
    A swing on a porch remains motionless until someone sits on it or a child pushes it. This example demonstrates the principle described in Newton's ..........
    2nd Law of MOtion
    3rd Law of MOtion
    Law of Universal Gravitation
    1st Law of Motion
  • Q12
    The force of an object is directly proportional with bothe its mass and acceleration. it can be determined by multiplying the two values. This demonstrates the principle described by Newton's .....
    3rd law of motion
    1st law of motion
    Universal law of gravitation
    2nd law of motion
  • Q13
    Explain why you would weigh more on Jupiter than you do on Earth.
    because earth has a greater mass
    the weight would be the same on both
    because earth i closer to the sun
    because Jupiter has a greater mass
  • Q14
    Energy is defined as
    the quantity that is equal to an objects speed times its mass.
    a measure of the amount of matter in an object
    the ability to do work
    the force that attracts all objects
  • Q15
    Which of the following is the correct definition of electrical energy?
    energy stored in chemical bonds
    energy resulting from the flow of charged particles, such as electrons or ions
    energy of an object due to the random motion of its atoms
    energy an object has because of its motion or position

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