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J E OPA R D Y TAKS Objective #3: Physical Science SNAPSHOT 3 REVIEW
Physical Properties of Matter Changes Science HODGE PODGE Mixtures and Solutions Energy
Anything that takes up space is what? Bonus: How do you measure the amount of space something takes up?
An object’s _________ will differ depending on where it is in the universe. A) Mass B) Weight C) Density D) Volume
Weight Fact: An object’s weight depends on the gravitational pull of the earth. An object weights 6 times more on earth than it does in space (due to gravity). 200
Which tool would be used to measure the mass of a battery? A)B) C)D)
a Balance 300
Which liquid has a greater density? Liquid A Liquid B Liquid C
400 Why? Because the matter is packed tighter together in Liquid C causing it to settle at the bottom
A beaker would most likely be used to find the __________ of a liquid. Hint: What measurement of matter?
Volume Fact: Volume determines the amount of space an object takes up. We could measure how much space the liquid takes up in milliliters. 500
Identify each state of matter in relation to the number of molecules in each? A) C) B)
100 A) C) B) Liquid Solid Gas
What is the point at which a liquid changes to a solid
Freezing Point Bonus: What is the point at which a solid changes to a liquid? 200
Which of the following is an example of a chemical change? AB CD Salt Sugar
A The fire is a chemical change because it produces something new – a gas 300
An ice cube was put on a scale and weighed 3 ounces. One hour later the ice cube melted. How much will the melted ice weight?
The ice should weight the same (or a little less due to evaporation) because the only thing that happened was a physical change. 400
Boiling Points of Various Liquids If the temperature of vegetable oil reached 400 degrees what state of matter would it be in?
Gas Why? Because once the substance reaches the boiling point it changes phases of matter (from a liquid to a gas) 500
What is two or more substances that have not combined chemically called?
Mixture Bonus: Give an example of a mixture? 100
Because sugar dissolves in water what is Kool-Aid an example of?
Is salt or pepper more soluble in water based on the pictures below: Salt and WaterPepper and Water
Salt because it mixes more thoroughly in the water. 300
What steps could you do to separate a mixture of salt, water, and rocks?
1. Evaporate the water out of the mixture (sun or heat) 2. Pick the rocks out of the mixture. 3. Leave the salt with all three substances separated. 400
Which process would result in the forming of a solution? A) Evaporation B) Melting C) Freezing D) Dissolving
D) Dissolving – because if a substance dissolves in another substance it creates a solution (such as sugar and water). 500
What type of energy is stored energy that can be released later?
Potential Energy 100
What types of energy can electricity convert to?
Heat, Sound, and Light Also motion 200
If each light bulb is NOT hooked up to the energy source what type of circuit is it called: A)Series circuit B)Parallel circuit C)Magnetic circuit D)Copper circuit
Series Circuit 300
This prism is an example of light doing what? A) Reflecting B) Refracting C) Sliding D) Flipping
B) Refracting because the light is bending as it passes through the object 400
When the student bangs the drum what makes the sound?
Which is the correct order to show how energy flows through this community? C) B) A)
100 C) The primary source of energy is the sun. The sun gives energy to the plants to make photosynthesis and herbivores eat the plants while carnivores eat the herbivores.
This tool is used to measure what
This is the statement that states what you “think” will happen. Educated Guess.
A B Which plant would most likely live in a cool, dry climate? Why?
A Because the thin dry leaves (needles) can survive the cold Bonus: What type of tree is this called? (300 points) 400
Which of the following best helps an owl survive in a cold climate? A.Nocturnal Eyes B.Pointed Beak C.Camouflage D.Thick Fur
Thick Fur (for cold climates) 500
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