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2 Baseball Challenge!

3 Today’s Game is pitched by Albertus Einsteinium Master Physicist

4 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Batter Up! Home Single Visitor Single DoubleTripleHomer

5 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #1 – What state of matter is a hair? * A Solid * * B Liquid * *C Gas* *D Plasma*

6 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #2 – What is mass? *B The pull of gravity on an object* *A The amount of matter in an object* *D The weight of an object in space* *C The amount of inertia in an object*

7 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #3 – Which of the following properties of chocolate syrup remains the same when it is mixed with warm milk? *A Its taste* *B Its color* *C Its shape* *D Its temperature*

8 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #4 – This matter is clear without a definite shape or volume. Which of the following might it be? *A Air inside a balloon* *B Glass in a window* *C Water in a swimming pool* *D A blank transparency*

9 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #5 – All sounds are caused by— *A vibrations.* *B musical instruments.* *C electrical energy.* *D people.*

10 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #6 – Which of the following is NOT a good conductor of electricity? *D Plastic* *A Iron* *B Copper* *C Aluminum*

11 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #7 – Which of the following activities will NOT generate heat energy? *A Putting a can of soda in the refrigerator* *B Boiling a pan of water* *C Burning logs in a fireplace* *D Rubbing hands together rapidly*

12 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #8 – Which of the following will NOT dissolve in water? *C Sand* *A Salt* *B Sugar* *D Instant tea*

13 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #9 – Which of the following is NOT a result of an electrical circuit? *B Inertia* *A Light* *C Heat* *D Sound*

14 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #10 – What kind of water is used to produce electricity? *B Moving* *A Pure* *C Deep* *D Cold*

15 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #11 – Water vapor exists in the atmosphere as— *C an invisible gas.* *A a visible gas.* *B a visible liquid.* *D an invisible liquid.*

16 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #12 – Matter that is vibrating is producing— *A sound.* *B light.* *C shadows.* *D reflections.*

17 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #13 – A sugar cube is placed in a cup of hot tea and stirred. What change will take place? *D The sugar cube will get smaller.* *A The tea will get hotter.* *B The sugar cube will not change.* *C The tea will dissolve.*

18 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #14 – What unit is used to measure the melting point of chocolate? *B Degrees Celsius* *A Centimeters* *C Cubic meters* *D Kilometers*

19 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #15 – What kind of energy is produced when a student beats a drum? *A Sound energy* *B Vibration energy* *C Light energy* *D Chemical energy*

20 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #2 – Which of the following tools would be used to find the mass of a rock? *B Triple beam balance* *A Ruler* *C Graduated cylinder* *D Outdoor thermometer*

21 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #3 – Which process takes place when water is cooled to 0  C? *C Freezing* *A Condensation* *B Dissolving* *D Evaporating*

22 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #1 – Heat is a type of— *D energy.* *A matter.* *B gas.* *C force.*

23 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #4 – How does heat energy affect an ice cube left out on a counter top? Heat energy— *B causes it to melt.* *A freezes it.* *C does not change it.* *D keeps it in a frozen state.*

24 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #5 – What must occur in order for an electromagnet to work? *C Electricity must flow in a circuit.* *A A wire needs to be connected to a switch.* *B A battery and a motor should be connected.* *D A bar magnet must be attached to the circuit.*

25 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #6 – Which of the following will not be attracted to a magnet? *B Gold coin* *A Paper clip* *C Thumb tack* *D Sewing needle*

26 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #7 – Which of the following would be the easiest way to separate a mixture of oil and water? *B Allow the water to evaporate.* *A Stir the mixture vigorously.* *C Pour the mixture through a sieve.* *D Pour the mixture in a bucket.*

27 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #8 – Light is a form of— *D energy.* *A heat.* *B matter.* *C current.*

28 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #9 – Solar energy is an inexhaustible source of energy because— *A it cannot be used up.* *B it can be used up very quickly.* *C it is created in power plants.* *D it cannot quickly create more of itself.*

29 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #10 – Water freezing is an example of a— *A liquid changing to a solid.* *B solid changing to a liquid.* *C gas changing to a solid.* *D liquid changing to a gas.*

30 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #11 – Sugar will dissolve fastest in tea that is— *B warm.* *A frozen.* *C cold.* *D room temperature.*

31 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #12 – What type of energy changes ice left in a cup on the table to water? *A Heat energy* *B Nuclear energy* *C Sound energy* *D Wind energy*

32 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #13 – An object is placed on a table. A magnet is slowly moved toward the object. The object moves away from the magnet. The object is most likely— *D another magnet.* *A a piece of glass.* *B a copper coin.* *C an iron nail.*

33 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #14 – Which forms of energy are produced by a burning candle? *C Light and heat* *A Heat and mechanical* *B Electrical and sound* *D Light and electrical*

34 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #15 – Which of the following is a constant property of matter? *A Boiling point* *B Mass* *C Shape* *D Color*

35 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! You’re Out! Next Batter!

36 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Single! Next Batter!

37 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #1 – Why does a lamp quit shining when the switch is turned to off? *A No electric current can flow through the bulb.* *B The electricity is trapped between the switch and the bulb.* *C The electricity is flowing through the bulb.* *D The electricity is dumped out through the bulb.*

38 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #2 – Which of the following is a good conductor of heat? *D An iron skillet* *A A plastic ruler* *B A wooden stick* *C A small towel*

39 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #3 – A student put a pencil in a clear glass of water and looked at it from the side. The pencil appeared to be bent. This is one way of showing— *D refraction.* *A reflection.* *B transmission.* *C insulation.*

40 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #4 – Which of the following can be changed to a liquid by adding heat energy? *C Popcorn* *A A piece of wood* *B Lightning* *D Chocolate bar*

41 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #5 – Why is it more difficult to stop a loaded tractor-trailer truck going 40 mph than a car going 40 mph? *B The truck has more mass than the car.* *A The truck has more gravity than the car.* *C The truck has more friction than the car.* *D The truck has more magnetism than the car.*

42 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #6 – When sugar is dissolved in water, what property of the sugar remains the same in the solution? *B Shape* *A Size* *C Color* *D Taste*

43 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #7 – What will happen if the lid is removed from a container that contains helium gas? *A The gas will escape from the container.* *B The gas changes color in the light.* *C Gravity keeps the gas in the container.* *D The gas will slowly change into a liquid.*

44 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #8 – Electricity traveling through a wire is an example of— *D energy being transferred from place to place.* *A a force applied by a simple machine.* *B energy flowing through the water cycle.* *C Earth’s gravitational pull.*

45 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #6 – When you shuffle your feet on a carpet and then touch someone, that person sometimes gets a shock. This is an example of— *D static electricity.* *A heat transfer.* *B magnetism.* *C current electricity.*

46 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #6 – When sugar is dissolved in water, what property of the sugar remains the same in the solution? *D Taste* *A Size* *B State* *C Color*

47 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #10 – If enough heat is removed from a container of water, what will happen to the water? *A It will turn into a solid.* *B It will turn into a gas.* *C It will begin to boil.* *D It will condense.*

48 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #11 – Energy appears on the Earth in many forms. What form of energy is lightning? *B Electrical energy* *A Mechanical energy* *C Solar energy* *D Storm energy*

49 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #12 – The windows in a house shake when a jet plane flies over head. Which of the following explains why this happens? *C Sound waves transmit energy.* *A Heat waves transmit energy.* *B Radar waves transmit energy.* *D Solar energy transmits energy.*

50 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #13 – Heat is removed from 20 mL of water until the water is frozen. What property of the water will stay the same during the freezing process? *B Freezing point* *A State of matter* *C Water temperature* *D Volume of matter*

51 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #14 – A student dissolved 2 sugar cubes in 50 mL of water. What property do the sugar and the sugar water have in common? *C They both taste sweet.* *A They are both liquids.* *B They both have the same volume.* *D They are both solids.*

52 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #15 – When peanuts are mixed with chocolate chips, the mixture will— *D contain peanuts and chocolate chips.* *A contain the same color ingredients.* *B change its state of matter.* *C have less mass.*

53 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Pop Up Center Field! It’s Caught! Two Outs! Next Batter!

54 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Double! Next Batter!

55 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #1 – A bottle of soda placed in a freezer exploded. Which of the following best explains why this happened? *B The soda expanded as it froze.* *A Soda does not need to get cold.* *C The soda contracted as it froze.* *D Soda should not be in a bottle.*

56 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #2 – What force’s effect is weakened if a tile floor gets wet? *A Friction* *C Magnetism* *D Evaporation* *B Gravity*

57 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #3 – Which of the following types of materials generally conduct electricity? *A Metal* *B Glass* *C Plastic* *D Rubber*

58 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #4 – What gas is responsible for the bubbles found in a glass of cola? *A Carbon dioxide* *C Vinegar* *B Water vapor* *D Oxygen*

59 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #5 – If the melting point of iron is just below 1,535°C, then the freezing point of iron is just above— *C 1,535°C* *A 0°C* *B 100°C* *D 1,605°C*

60 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #6 – Sand and salt are stirred into a glass of water until the salt dissolves. If the mixture is heated until the water completely evaporates, what will be left in the glass? *D Both salt and sand will remain in the glass.* *A Nothing will remain in the glass.* *B Only salt will remain in the glass.* *C Only the sand will remain.*

61 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #7 – Which form of energy results from the movement of electrons? *C Heat* *A Solar* *B Light* *D Electrical*

62 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #8 – More friction will occur when an object rubs against— *A a rough surface.* *B a smooth surface.* *C an icy surface.* *D a wet surface.*

63 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #9 – A radio requires electricity in order to play. Which of the following is necessary in order for electricity to move from its source to the radio? *C A complete circuit* *A A magnet* *B A light bulb* *D An insulator*

64 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #10 – Which of the following statements is true? *C Sound waves travel through different types of matter.* *A All sound waves are of equal volume and duration.* *B Sound waves are visible to humans and animals.* *D Sound waves travel in only 1 direction.*

65 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #11 – A person who is deaf can sometimes sense very loud sounds even though they can’t hear them because they— *D feel the vibrations of the sound.* *A see the sounds moving in the air.* *B smell the odors caused by the sounds.* *C barely hear the sounds.*

66 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #12 – Which of the following is the most accurate model of how light is reflected? *B A ball bouncing off a wall* *A A car driving backward* *C An arrow shot into a target* *D A string pulled tight between two objects*

67 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #13 – A student filled a plastic cup with crushed ice and let it melt. Which weighed more, the solid ice or the liquid water left after the ice melted? *C They weighed the same.* *A The solid ice weighed more.* *B The liquid water weighed more.* *D There is no way to find out.*

68 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #14 – Three friends want to see who can throw a ball the farthest. Which of the following tests will give the fairest results? *A Everyone should throw the same ball.* *B Everyone should throw a ball of the same size and shape.* *C Everyone should throw a ball of the same shape and texture.* *D Everyone should throw a ball of the same color.*

69 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #15 – A student made a super-saturated solution using salt and water. After several weeks, he noticed that some of the water had evaporated and crystals were growing on the sides of the cup. What kind of crystals were growing in the cup? *B Salt crystals* *A Diamond crystals* *C Sugar crystals* *D Quartz crystals*

70 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Ground Ball! Thrown to Base! Two Outs! Next Batter!

71 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Triple Base Hit! Next Batter!

72 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #1 – Which of the following is NOT transparent? *A A piece of cardboard* *B A clear, plastic glass* *C A blank transparency* *D A piece of plastic wrap*

73 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #2 – What physical properties describe a gas? *C No definite shape or volume* *A Definite shape and volume* *B Definite volume, no shape* *D Definite shape, no definite volume*

74 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #3 – What does not change when an ice cube melts? *B Its melting point* *C Its natural color* *A Its shape* *D Its solar energy*

75 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #4 – Which of the following is a characteristic that could be used to identify a substance as water? *B Water boils at 100°C.* *A Water is always a liquid.* *C Organisms need water.* *D Substances dissolve in water.*

76 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #5 – The form of energy that can be transmitted through fluid mediums and across empty space is— *A light energy.* *B mechanical energy,* *C chemical energy.* *D potential energy.*

77 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #6 – A student mixed a white powder and a clear liquid together in a test tube. The mixture foamed up and flowed out of the test tube. What are the two substances most likely to be? *B Baking soda and vinegar* *A Salt and water* *C Baking soda and water* *D Flour and vinegar*

78 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #7 – Which of the following processes takes place when water changes from a gas to a liquid? *C Evaporation* *A Condensation* *B Precipitation* *D Contraction*

79 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #8 – If a chocolate bar is left inside a closed up car on a hot sunny day, all of the following are likely to be seen EXCEPT— *B boiling.* *A melting.* *C a change in state.* *D a change in shape.*

80 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #9 – An open jar of water from the ocean was left on a sunny windowsill for a week. By the end of the week, all of the water was gone and some powdery crystals were left on the inside of the jar. What kind of crystals are they? *D Salt* *A Sugar* *B Water* *C Iron*

81 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #10 – Which of the following objects refracts light? *A Camera* *B Mirror* *C Flashlight* *D An electric circuit*

82 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #11 – Which force is most responsible for brakes being able to stop a moving car? *B Friction* *C Gravity* *A Thrust* *D Magnetism*

83 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #12 – Which of the following conducts electricity but is not magnetic? *C A penny* *A A paper clip* *B A pencil* *D An eraser*

84 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #13 – Which of the following items would require the most force to throw? *B A bowling ball* *A A tennis ball* *C A basketball* *D A nerf ball*

85 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #14 – Which procedure can be done using a funnel and a piece of filter paper? *A Separate gravel from water* *B Separate sand from soil* *C Separate salt from sugar* *D Separate iron filings from sand*

86 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #15 – What is the first step a scientist takes when designing a scientific investigation? *D Ask a question that leads to the investigation.* *A Decide what the variables will be.* *B Predict the results of the experiment.* *C Create a graph showing the results.*

87 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #9 – Sugar is dissolved in water. What property of the sugar remains the same? *D Taste* *A Shape* *B Color* *C State*

88 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #15 – Peanuts are mixed with chocolate chips. The mixture will— *D contain peanuts and chocolate chips.* *A contain the same color ingredients.* *B change its state of matter.* *C have less mass than before.*

89 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #5 – If the melting point of iron is just below 1535º, then the freezing point of iron is just above— *D 1605ºC * *A 0ºC* *B 100ºC * *C 1535ºC *

90 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! Three Outs! Next Batter!

91 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Out of the Ball Park! Home Run! Next Batter!

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