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Science Checkpoint 3.1

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  • Q1
    Four groups of students each made a table of examples of the different types of energy involved in this process. Which of these tables is correct?
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    300s
  • Q2
    Each of these activities requires the use of which kind of energy?
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    electrical
    mechanical
    sound
    thermal
    300s
  • Q3
    Which of these devices is the only one NOT designed to produce both sound and light energy?
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    300s
  • Q4
    Based on their properties, which of the objects is most likely a metal?
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    Object 2, because metals conduct thermal energy and electricity.
    Object 1, because it can be used to provide insulation for thermal energy.
    Object 1, because it is a solid that is less dense than water.
    Object 2, because all metals float in water.
    300s
  • Q5
    A family was vacationing in the mountains in a cabin that had no electrical power. They needed boiling water in order to prepare dried soup mix. With no electrical energy available, which method would most likely provide enough thermal energy to quickly heat the water to boiling?
    Shining a battery-powered flashlight on a metal container of water for 10 minutes
    Using a microwave oven to heat water in a glass jar for 3 minutes
    Shaking the water in a closed, insulated plastic bottle for 3 minutes
    Placing a metal pot of water over glowing charcoal in an outdoor grill for 10 minutes
    300s
  • Q6
    All bulbs are lit. What would cause all the bulbs to go out?
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    removing wires 2 and 5
    removing wires 3 and 4
    removing wires 2 and 4
    removing wire 1
    300s
  • Q7
    When the student connects the wires as shown, which of the bells will ring?
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    Bells 1 only
    Bells 3 and 4 only
    Bells 1 and 4 only
    Bells 1, 2, 3, and 4
    300s
  • Q8
    What will happen if Switch 3 is closed and the other switches are left open?
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    Only the white and yellow bulbs will operate.
    Only the red and blue bulbs will operate.
    Only the white bulb will operate.
    None of the bulbs will operate.
    300s
  • Q9
    The lightbulb does not glow. Which statement explains this observation?
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    The circuit does not have a switch.
    The bell uses most of the energy from the battery.
    The battery is not charged.
    The battery is not part of a complete circuit.
    300s
  • Q10
    Which of these changes will cause the light bulb to light up?
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    Turn one battery
    Add a switch
    Straightening the wire
    Make the length of wire the same on both sides
    300s

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