# Science Processes

## Quiz by Josh Beam

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- Q1The appropriate length to measure a book would be inkmmcmmm60s
- Q2The appropriate measurement of an ant egg would be inmcmmmkm60s
- Q3The appropriate measurement from here to Atlanta, GA would be inmcmkmmm60s
- Q4The appropriate measurement of the width of the classroom would be inkmmmmeterscm60s
- Q5The tool to measure mass is known as atriple beam balancegraduated cylinderrulermeter stick60s
- Q6What does the mass of the triple beam balance read?104.2 g100.42 g140.2 g142 g60s
- Q7What is the measurement of the line?5 mm5 yd5 in5 cm60s
- Q8What is the measurement of the line?50 hm50 km50 cm50 mm60s
- Q9The cookie is sweet.quantitativequalitative60s
- Q10The flower is yellowquantitativequalitative60s
- Q11There are five sheets of paper on my deskquantitativequalitative60s
- Q12I have $300 in savings.quantitativequalitative60s
- Q13In the hypothesis, "If students smile more at their teachers, then they will have less homework," what is the independent variable?less homeworkStudents smilingmore homeworkteachers60s
- Q14In the hypothesis, "If students smile more at their teachers, then they will have less homework," what is the dependent variable?smilingstudentsAmount of homeworkteachers60s
- Q15Mark wanted to see if using baking soda and vinegar cleaned his dishes better than the soap he was using. What is the independent variable?DishesBaking soda and vinegarMarksoap60s