Science Process and Measurement

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- Q1I read an article about Dawn dish soap ruining kids eyes, and that I should buy a different brand. I think I need to research more about this before throwing away my dish soap and calling for a boycott. I am being ______________.open-mindedhonestskepticalfunny30s
- Q2A good scientific question is able to be ______________ and _________________.boring and seriousfunny and honestwritten and answeredinvestigated and confirmed30s
- Q3What is an educated guess, based on the information you have now?conclusioninferenceobservationhypothesis30s
- Q4What is the metric unit of length?inchyardmeterLiter30s
- Q5What is the metric unit of mass?poundmeterLitergram30s
- Q6A graduated cylinder has 50 mL of water in it. After dropping in a steel cube, the water level rose to 54.5. What is the volume of the cube, in centimeters cubed?45.5104.55.04.530s
- Q7A piece of copper wire sinks in a bucket of water. What does that mean?The copper is heavier than the water.The water is denser than the copper.The copper wire can't swim.The copper is denser than the water.30s
- Q8What is the metric unit of volume?Litergallongrampint30s
- Q9One of my students is 1.4 meters tall. How many centimeters tall is she?0.1414001414030s
- Q10Last week, I walked 21 kilometers. How many meters is that?21000.01221,00021030s
- Q11A chunk of iron has a mass of 10 grams and a volume of 1.3 mL. What is the density of the iron?130 grams per centimeter cubed7.7 grams per centimeter cubed14.3 grams per centimeter cubed9.2 centimeters cubed30s
- Q12What is evidence from an article or other text that can be used to back up an inference?reading evidenceforensic evidenceright answerstextual evidence30s
- Q13"If 100 mL of water is heated above 200 degrees Fahrenheit, then it will have a density less than 1.0 gram per mL." This prediction is an example of a ________________________.datainferenceobservationhypothesis30s
- Q14My little koala figures have a mass of 19.4 grams and a volume of 13.0 centimeters cubed. Will they sink or float?FloatNeither, fake koalas are afraid of waterBob up and downSink30s
- Q15As time goes by, what's happening to this candle?It's getting shorter at a constant rateIt's getting shorter at different ratesIt's getting taller, then shorter, then tallerIt's getting taller at a constant rate30s