Qualatative quantatative observations

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18 questions
• Q1
Which of the following is a quantitative observation?
The book has a blue cover.
The book weighs 500 grams.
The book has an interesting plot.
30s
• Q2
Which of the following is an example of a qualitative observation?
The sunset has vibrant shades of orange and pink.
The person ran a distance of 10 kilometers.
The car traveled at a speed of 60 miles per hour.
The temperature is 28 degrees Celsius.
30s
• Q3
Which of the following is an example of a quantitative observation?
The student noticed that the test was printed on yellow paper.
The student felt relieved after finishing the test.
The student mentioned that the test was difficult.
The student recorded that the test score was 88%
30s
• Q4
Which of the following statements describes a qualitative observation?
The flower smells sweet.
The car weighs 500 kilograms.
The table is 2 meters long.
The temperature is 25 degrees Celsius.
30s
• Q5
What is the difference between an observation and an inference?
Observation and inference are the same thing.
Observation is the act of gathering information using the five senses, while inference is making a logical conclusion based on observations.
Observation is guessing, while inference is based on scientific evidence.
Observation is only done by scientists, while inference is done by everyone.
30s
• Q6
Which of the following is an example of a direct observation?
Seeing a bird fly across the sky.
Concluding that a plant will wilt without water.
Predicting that it will rain because the clouds are dark.
Believing that a rock will sink in water because it is heavy.
Inferring that a plate is hot based on steam rising from it.
30s
• Q7
Which of the following is an example of an inference?
Concluding that a person is cold because they are shivering.
Observing that there are dark clouds in the sky.
Noticing that the temperature is below freezing.
Feeling that the ground is hot under the sun.
Realizing that a glass of water is empty.
30s
• Q8
What is the purpose of criteria and constraints in scientific investigations?
To collect and analyze data during scientific investigations.
To draw conclusions and make predictions based on observations.
To communicate and share scientific findings with others.
To guide the planning and execution of experiments or designs.
To develop and test hypotheses in scientific investigations.
30s
• Q9
What is an example of a constraint in a design process?
The data collected during the design process.
Limited budget for materials.
The skills and expertise of the designer.
The conclusion drawn from the design.
The goal or objective of the design.
30s
• Q10
What is the purpose of design criteria in engineering?
To develop and test hypotheses in the engineering field.
To collect and analyze data during the design process.
To make predictions and draw conclusions based on design observations.
To establish the goals and requirements for a successful design.
To communicate and share design findings with others.
30s
• Q11
What is the purpose of constraints in design processes?
To consider limitations and restrictions during the design.
To communicate and share design findings with others.
To collect and analyze data during the design process.
To develop and test hypotheses in the engineering field.
To define the goals and requirements for the design.
30s
• Q12
Which of the following is an example of a constraint in scientific experiments?
The data collected during the experiment.
The hypothesis being tested in the experiment.
The conclusion drawn from the experiment.
The materials and equipment used in the experiment.
Limited time available for conducting the experiment.
30s
• Q13
Which of the following best describes a criteria in science?
A belief or assumption that guides scientific investigations.
The data collected during an experiment or design process.
A prediction about the outcome of an experiment or design.
A standard or requirement that must be met in an experiment or design.
The conclusion drawn from the results of an experiment or design.
30s
• Q14
How many millimeters are in one centimeter?
10
50
5
100
30s
• Q15
Which is larger, a centimeter or a millimeter?
it depends
millimeter
centimeter
they are the same
30s

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