Science Process and Measurement

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17 questions
• Q1
I 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-minded
honest
skeptical
funny
30s
• Q2
A good scientific question is able to be ______________ and _________________.
boring and serious
funny and honest
investigated and confirmed
30s
• Q3
What is an educated guess, based on the information you have now?
conclusion
inference
observation
hypothesis
30s
• Q4
What is the metric unit of length?
inch
yard
meter
Liter
30s
• Q5
What is the metric unit of mass?
pound
meter
Liter
gram
30s
• Q6
A 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?
45.5
104.5
5.0
4.5
30s
• Q7
A 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
• Q8
What is the metric unit of volume?
Liter
gallon
gram
pint
30s
• Q9
One of my students is 1.4 meters tall. How many centimeters tall is she?
0.14
1400
14
140
30s
• Q10
Last week, I walked 21 kilometers. How many meters is that?
2100
0.012
21,000
210
30s
• Q11
A 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 cubed
7.7 grams per centimeter cubed
14.3 grams per centimeter cubed
9.2 centimeters cubed
30s
• Q12
What is evidence from an article or other text that can be used to back up an inference?
forensic evidence
textual evidence
30s
• 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 ________________________.
data
inference
observation
hypothesis
30s
• Q14
My little koala figures have a mass of 19.4 grams and a volume of 13.0 centimeters cubed. Will they sink or float?
Float
Neither, fake koalas are afraid of water
Bob up and down
Sink
30s
• Q15
As time goes by, what's happening to this candle?
It's getting shorter at a constant rate
It's getting shorter at different rates
It's getting taller, then shorter, then taller
It's getting taller at a constant rate
30s

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