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  • Q1
    What is the name of the variable/variables that are kept the same in an experiment?
    dependent variable
    independent variable
    scientific variable
    control (constant) variable
  • Q2
    "Metallic, powder, sour, silver" are what types of observations?
  • Q3
    What type of observation is displayed in the image?
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    circle graph
  • Q4
    The group in an experiment that scientists use to compare their results to is called:
    tested group
    control group
    tacky group
    experimental group
  • Q5
    The mass of the reactants must equal the mass of the products in a chemical reaction is referred to as:
    Newton's law of motion
    Law of scientific equations
    Law of conservation of momentum
    Law of conservation of mass
  • Q6
    What are the products in this chemical reaction: C6H12O6 + 6O2 ----> 6CO2 + 6H2O
    sugar and oxygen
    bacon and eggs
    carbon dioxide and water
    water and carbon dioxide
  • Q7
    What type of bond will form between the highlighted elements?
    Question Image
    ionic bond
    James Bond
    covalent bond
    metallic bond
  • Q8
    What is the motion of the object during interval AB?
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    at rest
    constant speed
    slowing down
    climbing a mountain
  • Q9
    An object in motion will remain in motion until an unbalanced force acts on it is called:
    Newton's second law of motion
    Newton's third law of motion
    Newton's first law of motion
    Newton's fourth law of motion
  • Q10
    Which type of electromagnetic wave is use to detect heat in an object?
    radio waves
    infrared radiation
    gamma rays
  • Q11
    What type of EMR has shorter wavelengths than yellow light?
    radio waves
    red light
    Ultraviolet rays
  • Q12
    What causes the tectonic plates to move across the Earth's surface?
    convection currents in the mantle
    the spin of the Earth on its axis
    ocean currents
    wind belts along the equator
  • Q13
    What landforms may develop at the boundary in the diagram ?
    Question Image
    no landforms will develop
    deep ocean trench, volcanic mountain range
    mid-ocean ridge, rift valley
    mountains, volcanic island arc
  • Q14
    rigid and immovable; hot and flowing describes these two layers of the earth.
    outer core; mantle
    lithosphere; asthenosphere
    oceans; continents
    asthenosphere; inner core
  • Q15
    Which statement is true about P-waves?
    P-waves do not travel through solids
    P-waves travel faster though liquids (less dense)
    P-waves travel faster through solids (more dense)
    P-waves good bye to S-waves

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