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$200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 Types of Physical Science Sci Note Types of Life Science Sci Method and Observation Science Odds and Ends
Category 1: $100: A What is Zoology?
Category 1: $100: Q Zoology is the study of animals
Category 1: $200: A What is Entomology?
Category 1: $200: Q Entomology is the study of insects.
Category 1: $300: A What is Genetics?
Category 1: $300: Q Genetics is the study of DNA.
Category 1: $400: A What is Botany?
Category 1: $400: Q Botany is the study of plants.
Category 1: $500: A What is Anthropology?
Category 1: $500: Q Anthropology is the study of humans.
Category 2: $100: A What is astronomy?
Category 2: $100: Q Astronomy is the study of stars, moons, and planets
Category 2: $200: A What is chemistry?
Category 2: $200: Q Chemistry is the study of matter
Category 2: $300: A What is geology?
Category 2: $300: Q Geology is the study of earth
Category 2: $400: A What is physics?
Category 2: $400: Q Physics is the study of energy, forces, and motion
Category 2: $500: A What is meteorology?
Category 2: $500: Q Meteorology is the study of the weather.
Category 3: $100: A A kilometer is how many meters?
Category 3: $100: Q A kilometer is how many meters? 1000 meters
Category 3: $200: A A centimeter is how many meters?
Category 3: $200: Q A centimeter is 0.01 meters (10 -2 m)
Category 3: $300: A King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk……. means
Category 3: $300: Q King Henry Died Drinking Chocolate Milk…….means Kilo Hecto Deka (glm) Deci Centi Milli
Category 3: $400: A One light-year is equal to how many meters?
Category 3: $400: Q One light-year is equal to 10,000,000,000,000,000m Or 10 16
Category 3: $500: A What are the four types of measures in the International System of Units
Category 3: $500: Q The four types of basic measurements are: Mass - grams Volume - Liters Length- meters Temperature - Kelvin
Category 4: $100: A What is a cornea?
Category 4: $100: Q The cornea is a clear, tough covering over the iris and the pupil that helps protect the eye and begins focusing the light.
Category 4: $200: A What is a pupil?
Category 4: $200: Q The pupil is the opening in the iris through which light passes
Category 4: $300: A Name the three layers that make up the wall of the eyeball.
Category 4: $300: Q The three layers that make up the wall of the eyeball are the: Sclera, retina, and choroid
Category 4: $400: A Name two structures that function to help focus the light rays entering the eye.
Category 4: $400: Q The two structures that function to help focus the light rays entering the eye are the lens and the cornea
Category 4: $500: A The Scientific Method A B C D E F
Category 4: $500: Q A. Question F.Communicate ResultsB. Hypothesis E. Conclusion C.Test D. Analysis A B C D E F
Category 5: $100: A What are our five senses?
Category 5: $100: Q Our five senses are: 1.sight 2.hearing 3.taste 4.touch 5.smell
Category 5: $200: A What is a variable?
Category 5: $200: Q The variable is the factor in a controlled experiment which changes.
Category 5: $300: A What is an investigation?
Category 5: $300: Q An investigation is an official attempt to find out the reason for something, such as a crime or scientific problem.
Category 5: $400: A What are the four states of Matter?
Category 5: $400: Q The four states of matter are: 1.Liquid 2.Solid 3.Gas 4.Plasma
Category 5: $500: A If the man’s hand is meters it is equal to 1_______________.
Category 5: $500: Q If the man’s hand is meters it is equal to 1 decimeter (dm).
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