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1 Science STAAR Final Review Game

2 A science teacher asked students to classify the organism shown in the picture below. The organism pictured above could be classified as all fo the following EXCEPT- A)Autotrophic B)Prokaryotic C)Eukaryotic D)Multicellular

3 A chemical reaction occurs when atoms of two or more elements react with each other. Atoms of two different elements react with each other when they have- A)Unfilled outer electron shells B)Neutral electrical charges C)Stable electron arrangements D)Equal numbers of protons and neutrons

4 Based on the energy pyramid shown above, which of the following statements is correct? A)If the hawk population increased, the frog population would also increase. B)All the animals shown on the energy pyramid consume grasses and grains. C)Grasshoppers and locusts can obtain energy from producers or consumers. D)Available energy decreases as it is transferred from one level to another.

5 Cherie observes the Moon in the phase shown below. If Cherie continues to observe the Moon, which of the following phases will she see next? A) B) C)D)

6 Which of the following statements about chemical changes is correct? A)A chemical change always produces an odor. B)A chemical change always creates one or more new substances. C)A chemical change always changes a substance’s temperature. D)A chemical change always changes a substance’s state of matter.

7 Between the 90-minute and 120-minute time period, Darla- A)Sped up B)Slowed down C)Stopped completely D)Changed directions

8 Which statement about organic compounds is correct? A)Organic compounds contain only carbon atoms. B)All organic compounds contain carbon atoms. C)Organic compounds are not components of organisms. D)Very few compounds are classified as organic compounds.

9 Which statement about unbalanced forces is correct? A)Unbalanced forces change how and where an object moves. B)Unbalanced forces always have a net force less than zero. C)Unbalanced forces are always caused by friction and gravity. D)Unbalanced forces affect the direction but not the speed of an object’s movement.

10 On which part of the island is the steepest slope? A)Northeast B)Northwest C)Southwest D)Southeast

11 A science teacher asked her students to calculate the density of a toy block. The mass of the block was 116 grams. The volume of the block was 8 cubic centimeters. What was the density of the block, expressed in grams per cubic centimeter? Record your answer in the boxes. Then fill in the bubbles. Be sure to use the correct place value

12 The relative positions of Earth, the Moon, and the Sun determine the Moon and Sun’s gravitational pull on the planet. For this reason, during which phases of the Moon do the lowest tides (neap tides) occur? A)First quarter and last quarter B)Full moon and new moon C)New moon and first quarter D)Waxing crescent and waning crescent

13 Earth completes one rotation on its axis about every 24 hours. What would be the most likely result if Earth completed one rotation on its axis every 12 hours? A)Earth would cycle through the four seasons more quickly. B)Some places on Earth would experience fewer hours of daylight. C)Earth would cycle through periods of daylight and darkness more quickly. D)Some places on Earth would experience fewer hours of darkness.

14 Based on the diagram shown above and what you know about food webs, which of the following conclusions is correct? A)Since organisms withing a food web have several food choices, all the organisms within the food web can survive. B)Since organisms within a food web are interdependent, the disappearance of one organism within the food web could affect all the organisms within that web. C)Since both producers and consumers live within a food web, the energy available within the food web remains constant. D)Since organisms within a food web must compete for food, the disappearance of one organism within the food web helps other organisms within the web to survive.

15 In science class, students were asked to complete a food web like the one shown below. In which numbered box on the food web should students place autotrophs? A)Box 1 B)Box 2 C)Box 3 D)Box 4

16 A mover pushed a crate across a smooth warehouse floor a distance of 10 meters. If 250 joules of work was done, how much force (in newtons) did the mover exert on the crate to move it? Record your answer in the boxes. Then fill in the bubbles. Be sure to use the correct place value. 2 5

17 The thrust from a rocket’s engine lifts the rocket into the air. Which of the following best explains why the engine’s thrust lifts the rocket? A)An object in motion tends to stay in motion; an object at rest tends to stay at rest. B)The greater an object’s mass, the greater its resistance to a change in motion. C)For every action, there is an equal but opposite reaction. D)The greater the force applied to an object, the greater the object’s acceleration.

18 Which of the following bowling balls would have the greatest kinetic energy? A)A 16-pound bowling ball resting on a ball return at a bowling alley B)A 14-pound bowling ball rolling down a lane at a speed of 12 miles per hour C)A 14-pound bowling ball rolling down a lane at a speed of 10 miles per hour D)A 10-pound bowling ball rolling down a lane at a speed of 12 miles per hour

19 According to the theory of plate tectonics, different kinds of boundaries form when the edges of different plates meet. The diagram below shows a convergent boundary. When the plates converge, as shown above, they will most likely produce a(n)- A)Fault line B)Mid-ocean ridge C)Underground lake D)Mountain range

20 The chemical formula for three molecules of iron oxide appears below. 3Fe 2 O 3 What is the total number of atoms in three molecules of iron oxide? A)15 B)5 C)9 D)2

21 In a chemical reaction, iron oxide reacts with carbon monoxide to form iron and carbon dioxide. An equation for this reaction appears below. What number should be written in the blank space to balance the equation? Record your answer in the boxes. Then fill in the bubbles. Be sure to use the correct place value. 6

22 On a camping trip, the group leader lit a campfire so the campers could roast marshmallows. What energy transformations occurred when the campfire was lit? A)Chemical energy was transformed into heat and light energy. B)Solar energy was transformed into heat and light energy. C)Heat energy was transformed into light and geothermal energy. D)Chemical energy was transformed into mechanical and light energy.

23 Astronomers use special equipment to study the electromagnetic spectrum. What is the electromagnetic spectrum? A)The entire range of all radiant energy, including light not visible to the human eye B)The range of all radiant energy visible to the human eye C)The range of all radiant energy with the shortest wavelengths D)The entire range of all radiant energy, except light visible to the human eye

24 The atomic number of an element appears in the Periodic Table. The atomic number of an element is determined by the number of- A)Protons in the atom’s nucleus B)Neutrons in the atom’s nucleus C)Electrons in the atom’s electron cloud D)Protons and neutrons in the atom’s nucleus

25 Which of the following best defines the universe? A)Cloud of gas and dust floating in space; “birthplace” of stars B)A collection of stars, gases and dust held together by gravity C)Totality of everything that exists, including planets, stars, galaxies, space and time D)The Sun along with the planets, their moons, and all other bodies that orbit it

26 A seal has warm fur and a lot of fat, making it well-adapted to a cold climate. If the climate continues to become warmer and this species survives, what change might you expect to find in later generations? A)Smaller eyes B)Longer flippers C)Less fat D)Thicker fur

27 At which point along the ball’s path does the ball have the greatest potential energy but the least kinetic energy? A)Point A B)Point B C)Point C D)Point D

28 The Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June 1 through November 30 every year. Ninety-seven percent of all Atlantic hurricanes happen during this time period. Which of the following best explains why this is true? A)Fewer cold fronts pass over the Atlantic Ocean during this time period. B)Cold currents in the Atlantic Ocean are less active during this time period. C)The waters of the Atlantic Ocean are warmest during this time period. D)Hurricanes that occur in the Atlantic Ocean can happen only during summer months.

29 What role does cytoplasm play in both plant cells and animal cells? A)Cytoplasm forms both the cell membranes and cell walls of all cells. B)Cytoplasm converts energy from food into a form that all cells can use. C)Cytoplasm makes proteins for cells and carries the proteins within the cells. D)Cytoplasm fills most of the cell and holds the organelles, which carry out each cell’s activities.

30 Which of the following is a biotic factor in an ecosystem? A)Water B)Sunlight C)Temperature D)A rotting log

31 An element in the Periodic Table has two orbitals in its electron cloud and four electrons in the outer orbital. What element is this? A)Calcium B)Titanium C)Silicon D)Carbon

32 In science class, a student read about an element that had the following properties. -Gray, metallic luster -Solid at room temperature -Brittle (hard, rigid, breaks easily) -Conducts electricity (under certain circumstances) Based on the properties listed above, the student should conclude that the element is most likely a- A)Metalloid B)Native metal C)Metal D)Nonmetal

33 Which system of the human body is responsible for breaking down food to be used for energy? A)Digestive B)Circulatory C)Endocrine D)Reproductive

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