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Input your name.. 1996 B. Q1 a In the bottle of pop what is the bottle, is it? A. A.solid B. B.liquid C.gas.

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2 1996 B. Q1 a In the bottle of pop what is the bottle, is it? A. A.solid B. B.liquid C.gas

3 1996 B. Q1 a In the bottle of pop what are the bubbles, are they? A. A.solid B. B.liquid C.gas

4 1996 B. Q1 a In the bottle of pop what is the lemonade is it? A. A.solid B. B.liquid C.gas

5 1996 B. Q2 b What do all plants need to grow well? Choose two answers (send them in alphabetical order). A. A. pots B. B. insects C. worms D. water E. rocks F. air

6 1996 B Q2 d. Which of the following sentences are true? Choose TWO answers.. 1.The roots of a plant take in water. 2.The roots of a plant make seeds. 3.The roots make food for the plant. 4.The roots anchor the plant. 5.The roots of a plant make it green

7 1996 B Q3 b. How many sets of teeth do humans grow in their life? How many sets of teeth do humans grow in their life?

8 1996 B Q3 d. What do teeth do? Chose two answers then send. What do teeth do? Chose two answers then send. 1. Grind up food 2. Break down food chemically 3. Help to taste food 4. Tear off lumps of food 5. Grow fillings

9 1996 B Q6 Animal A is? Animal A is?

10 1996 B Q6 Animal B is? Animal B is?

11 1996 B Q9 (a)John has four jars with water in them. He measures the temperature of the water in each jar using a thermometer. These are the four readings he takes in °C. 1.0° 2.15° 3.40° 4.60° Fill in the table by putting the number for each temperature in the correct order. Jar with:Temperature of water, °C cool water water and ice hot water warm water

12 1996 B Q9 (b)The temperature of the classroom is always 18°C. What will happen to the ice floating in the water? mark (c)John puts out two new jars of water. He writes the temperatures on the jars. Next morning, the temperatures of the water in the jars have changed. The room temperature is still 18°C. Write in the boxes the temperatures of the water the next morning. New temperature =

13 1996 B Q9 (c)John puts out two new jars of water. He writes the temperatures on the jars. Next morning, the temperatures of the water in the jars have changed. The room temperature is still 18°C. Write in the boxes the temperatures of the water the next morning. New temperature =


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