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Quiz by Mariaa Jones

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16 questions
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  • Q1
    If I put a cup of ice and water into the frig, what type of change will I see?
    chemical change because the water will start to bubble
    chemical change because the ice changes into more ice
    physical change because the ice will freeze the water
    physical change because the ice will melt into the water
    300s
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  • Q2
    How does temperature of ocean water relate to density?
    warm water has no effect on density
    cold water has no effect on density
    cold water is less dense and will cause things to float
    Cold water is more dense and will sink items
    300s
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  • Q3
    When light enters a medium such as water, which direction does the light go?
    The light never bends or changes in direction
    The light bends in one direction
    The light goes in many different directions
    The light is reflected back to you
    300s
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  • Q4
    Imagine you get the chance to travel to the moon and walk on the moon! How does gravity change between you and your ship as you get further away?
    gravity decreases
    gravity has no effect on you or the shuttle
    gravity increases
    gravity increases on you and not the shuttle
    300s
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  • Q5
    What is the name of the tide where the sun, moon, and earth are completely aligned?
    solar tide
    neap tide
    elliptical tide
    spring tide
    300s
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  • Q6
    What are the 3 main stages of the water cycle?
    precipitation, rain, snow
    evaporation, condensation, precipitation
    rain, snow, sleet
    evaporation, precipitation, conglomeration
    300s
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  • Q7
    What type of energy is formed when any sort of machinery is used?
    heat energy
    sound energy
    mechanical energy
    chemical energy
    300s
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  • Q8
    Imagine the snow on top of Mt. Everest. On the hottest day of the summer, describe the physical changes that could take place.
    The heat from the sun could melt the snow into a liquid
    The heat from the sun would create more snow
    The snow would disappear into the air
    The snow changes into gas
    300s
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  • Q9
    Most substances are able to hold a finite amount of water. What happens when the substance reaches the max amount of water it can hold?
    evaporation
    condensation
    precipitation
    transpiration
    300s
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  • Q10
    Describe how the temperature of ocean currents change?
    the temperatures do not change
    changes from warm to cooler temperatures
    the temperatures stay constant
    cool to warmer temperatures
    300s
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  • Q11
    What is the overall purpose of the water cycle?
    to show farmer's use water in everyday life routines
    to show how plants are able to grow with water
    to show how water travels from the earth's surface into the atmosphere and then back to earth's surface again
    to show how humans and animals were formed many years ago
    300s
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  • Q12
    What is the difference between conduction and convection?
    Conduction is the transfer of heat through DIRECT contact. Convection is the transfer of heat without direct contact.
    300s
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  • Q13
    How does the heat from the sun change the movement of water?
    The heat from the sun causes the warm and cool molecules to stand still
    The heat from the sun causes the warm molecules to rise and cooler molecules to sink
    The heat from the sun causes the warm molecules to sink and cooler molecules to rise
    The heat from the sun does not actually cause the molecules to move
    300s
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  • Q14
    What are the causes of tides?
    the alignment of all planets
    when the earth reaches a certain temperature
    when the moon reaches a certain temperature
    tides and the gravitational pull of the moon
    300s
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  • Q15
    What is melting point?
    the point when a solid becomes a gas
    the point when a liquid becomes a solid
    the point when a gas becomes a solid and liquid
    the point when a solid becomes a liquid
    300s
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  • Q16
    During which type of tide do high tides experience their lowest level?
    neap tide
    solar tide
    lunar tide
    spring tide
    300s
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