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TICKET TIME TEST REVIEW 1
1 HOW MANY ATOMS ARE IN THIS MOLECULE? 3
1 HOW MANY MOLECULES DO YOU SEE BELOW? 4
1 WHICH NUMBER IS THE COEFFICIENT? 4 4CO 2
2 WHAT ARE THE PRODUCTS (2) IN THE FOLLOWING REACTION? C & D 2HCl + Ca(OH) 2 H 2 Ca + 2AgS A.HCl B.Ca(OH) 2 C.H 2 Ca D.2AgS
2 WHICH LETTER(S) REPRESENT THE REACTANTS? A + B C A + B
2 WHICH GRAPH WOULD REPRESENT AN EXOTHERMIC REACTION? A AB
1 WHERE ARE THE NEW SUBSTANCES FORMED DURING A CHEMICAL REACTION LOCATED IN THE EQUATION? PRODUCTS
1 WHICH NUMBER IS THE COEFFICIENT? 2 2NO 3
1 WHAT TYPE OF REACTION RELEASES HEAT? EXOTHERMIC
1 HOW MANY ATOMS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 5
1 WHICH SAMPLE BELOW WOULD REPRESENT AN ELEMENT? B ABC
1 WHAT TYPE OF REACTION FEELS COOL OR COLD TO TOUCH? ENDOTHERMIC
2 WHICH LETTER(S) REPRESENT THE PRODUCT(S)? A + B C C
2 WHAT TYPE OF REACTION REQUIRES ENERGY TO OCCUR (LIKE PHOTOSYNTHESIS)? ENDOTHERMIC
1 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A CHEMICAL CHANGE? FREEZING A.RUSTING B.SOURING C.FREEZING
1 WHICH NUMBER IS THE SUBSCRIPT? 2 4CO 2
2 WHICH GRAPH WOULD REPRESENT AN ENDOTHERMIC REACTION? B AB
2 HOW MANY ELEMENTS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 3 4C 6 H 12 O 6
1 WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT EVIDENCE OF A CHEMICAL CHANGE? EVAPORATION A. NEW ODOR B. BUBBLES C. EVAPORATION
2 HOW MANY ELEMENTS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 2 3CH 4
2 WHAT DO YOU SAY WHEN YOU READ THE ? A + B C YIELDS
1 HOW MANY TOTAL ATOMS DO YOU SEE BELOW? 16
1 WHICH SAMPLE BELOW WOULD REPRESENT A COMPOUND? A ABC
1 HOW MANY ELEMENTS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 3
2 HOW MANY ATOMS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 15 3CH 4
1 WHICH SAMPLE BELOW WOULD REPRESENT A MIXTURE? C ABC
3 HOW MANY ATOMS ARE IN THE COMPOUND BELOW? 96 4C 6 H 12 O 6
1 WHICH NUMBER IS THE SUBSCRIPT? 3 2NO 3
2 WHAT ARE THE REACTANTS (2) IN THE FOLLOWING REACTION? A & B 2HCl + Ca(OH) 2 H 2 Ca + 2AgS A.HCl B.Ca(OH) 2 C.H 2 Ca D.2AgS
1 WHAT TYPE OF REACTION ABSORBS HEAT? ENDOTHERMIC
2 WHAT IS THE CORRECT FORMULA FOR A COMPOUND THAT HAS TWO ATOMS OF HYDROGEN AND TWO ATOMS OF OXYGEN? C A. H 2 O B. 2H 2 O C. H 2 O 2
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