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1 Point!2 Points! 3 Points! 4 Points! 5 Points!! Blast 4 points from a team! Blast 6 points from a team! *change points* Blast 10 points from a team! Enemies!!! Lose 5 points!

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The part of the Bunsen burner where the gas and air mix is called what? The barrel

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Where is the hottest part of a flame found? Tip of the blue flame

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It is okay to come in on your lunch break to catch up on a lab you missed and work by yourself. T/F False

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The best way to smell an unknown substance is to put your nose overtop the sample and sniff it. False

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Make 2 qualitative and 2 quantitative observations about this picture

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What does WHMIS stand for? Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System

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When you use knowledge and reason to make sense of your observations, what is it called? Inference

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How do physical properties: malleable and ductile, differ? Malleable is if something can be hammered into a sheet and ductile means can it be stretched into a thin wire

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Define viscosity. A fluids resistance to flow

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A scientist is interested in learning about how salt added to water affects the boiling point of water. Develop a hypothesis for an experiment the scientist could perform to learn more. Identify the independent and dependent variables in your proposed experiment.

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When graphing the relationship between variables, which variable should go on the x axis, and which one should go on the y axis? The independent variable goes on the x axis and the dependant variable goes on the y axis

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How does the shape of a snowball affect the time it takes to melt? State the independent, dependent and controlled variables. Independent: shape of snowball. Dependent: time to melt. Controlled: same person making the snowballs

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Which brand of paper towel absorbs the most water? State the independent, dependent and controlled variables Independent: different brands of paper towel. Dependent: absorption of water. Controlled: size of paper towel used.

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Describe the difference between precision and accuracy Being accurate means that 1 measurement was exactly right but being precise means you have repeated the experiment and found consistent results

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According to the metric system, what are the S.I. units for volume, length and mass? Litres, meters and grams

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Use this conversion line to move between different units 50 dam 7 mg 5.72 dg 5 cm = _______ dam 0.007 g = ______ mg 0.0572 kg = ____ dg

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Convert the following numbers either into or out of scientific notation. Use three significant digits: 0.005069 0.3401 1530067 10890 5.07 x 10 -2 3.40 x 10 -1 1.53 x 10 6 1.09 x 10 4

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Calculate the volume of a rectangular bloc k that is 1000 mm long, 0.8 dam wide and 0.13 m high. Answer in cm 3. 1000 mm = 100 cm 0.8 dam = 8 cm 0.13 m = 13 cm Volume = L x W x H = 100 cm x 8 cm x 13 cm = 10400 cm 3

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X = 15

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What major division of science looks at t he study of living things? Biology

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