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Matter Grade 3 SOL 3.3 Created by; Kim Smith
Objects are made of one or ____ materials A.Two B.More C.Ten 25
What do we use to see materials compose of parts too small to be seen with the naked eye ? A.Magnets B.Magnification C.Neither can help us see things that small 25
Each individual object has its own ____ A.Chemicals B.Body C.Physical properties 25
Physical properties enable us to see characteristics that differentiate _____ A.Objects B.Visions C.Neither 25
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES remain ___ even if the material is reduced in size A.Colored B.The same C.Large
What are some EXAMPLES of physical properties ? A.Plastic, paper, metal B.Water, air, gas C.None of the above. 25
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