# Physical Boot Camp 5.5A Part 2 Classify matter based on physical properties including: mass, magnetism, physical state (solid, liquid and gas), relative.

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Physical Boot Camp 5.5A Part 2 Classify matter based on physical properties including: mass, magnetism, physical state (solid, liquid and gas), relative density (sinking and floating), solubility in water, and the ability to conduct or insulate thermal energy or electric energy.

61. Which of these will change solid iron to a liquid? ARaising the air pressure BIncreasing its temperature CCrushing the solid iron DAdding water to the iron

61. Which of these will change solid iron to a liquid? ARaising the air pressure BIncreasing its temperature CCrushing the solid iron DAdding water to the iron

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63. What of the following would be the BEST material to use when making the handle of a tea kettle? AGlass BAluminum CWood DTin

63. What of the following would be the BEST material to use when making the handle of a tea kettle? AGlass BAluminum CWood DTin

64. A student found a metal object under her desk. How can she find out if the object is made of iron? ADrop the object in water to see if it floats. BHit the object with a hammer to see if it breaks. CPlace the object next to a magnet to see if it is attracted. DRub the object on a piece of wool and see if she gets a shock.

64. A student found a metal object under her desk. How can she find out if the object is made of iron? ADrop the object in water to see if it floats. BHit the object with a hammer to see if it breaks. CPlace the object next to a magnet to see if it is attracted. DRub the object on a piece of wool and see if she gets a shock.

65. Some wires are covered in plastic to protect people from electric shocks. Why is plastic a good choice for covering electric wires? APlastic is a good insulator. BPlastic is a good conductor. CPlastic has a high density. DPlastic can be many colors.

65. Some wires are covered in plastic to protect people from electric shocks. Why is plastic a good choice for covering electric wires? APlastic is a good insulator. BPlastic is a good conductor. CPlastic has a high density. DPlastic can be many colors.

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67. An object’s hardness, taste, and texture are examples of— A principles B stages C properties D processes

67. An object’s hardness, taste, and texture are examples of— A principles B stages C properties D processes

68. A shiny aluminum screen can be placed on the windshield of a parked car. This screen helps to keep the car cool because it— A reflects the sunlight B absorbs the heat C causes evaporation D conducts electricity

68. A shiny aluminum screen can be placed on the windshield of a parked car. This screen helps to keep the car cool because it— A reflects the sunlight B absorbs the heat C causes evaporation D conducts electricity

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70. Some useful properties of copper are listed below: Bends without cracking Stretches without breaking Resists rusting Conducts heat and electricity Based on these properties, copper is MOST useful for making which products? A Bridges B Computer wires C Furniture D Gardening tools

70. Some useful properties of copper are listed below: Bends without cracking Stretches without breaking Resists rusting Conducts heat and electricity Based on these properties, copper is MOST useful for making which products? A Bridges B Computer wires C Furniture D Gardening tools

71. An insulator does not allow electricity to pass through it easily. Which of the following would make a good insulator? AIron nail BCopper coin CRubber glove DMetal doorknob

71. An insulator does not allow electricity to pass through it easily. Which of the following would make a good insulator? AIron nail BCopper coin CRubber glove DMetal doorknob

72. A sample piece of metal is chopped into smaller pieces. Which physical property of all the pieces will be the same? AThe mass of each piece BThe volume of each piece CThe size of each piece DThe melting point of each piece

72. A sample piece of metal is chopped into smaller pieces. Which physical property of all the pieces will be the same? AThe mass of each piece BThe volume of each piece CThe size of each piece DThe melting point of each piece

73. What is different about an ice cube when it melts? AIts freezing point BThe magnetism CIts melting point DA physical property

73. What is different about an ice cube when it melts? AIts freezing point BThe magnetism CIts melting point DA physical property

74. What property describes the ability of a substance to allow electricity to flow? ADensity BSolution CMagnetism DConductivity

74. What property describes the ability of a substance to allow electricity to flow? ADensity BSolution CMagnetism DConductivity

75. Which of the following materials is the BEST conductor of electricity? AAir BWater CRocks DMetal

75. Which of the following materials is the BEST conductor of electricity? AAir BWater CRocks DMetal

76. Which of the following physical properties of water can cause a rock to break apart? AThe boiling point of water is 100°C. BWater loses or gains energy slowly. CWater expands as it freezes. DWater has a high level of surface tension.

76. Which of the following physical properties of water can cause a rock to break apart? AThe boiling point of water is 100°C. BWater loses or gains energy slowly. CWater expands as it freezes. DWater has a high level of surface tension.

77. A glass of ice water is placed on a table. After 10 minutes, there are drops of water on the outside surface of the glass. Which change in phase caused the drops of water? A Liquid water in the air evaporated into a gas. B Liquid water in the air condensed into a solid. C Water vapor from the air evaporated into a liquid. D Water vapor from the air condensed into a liquid.

77. A glass of ice water is placed on a table. After 10 minutes, there are drops of water on the outside surface of the glass. Which change in phase caused the drops of water? A Liquid water in the air evaporated into a gas. B Liquid water in the air condensed into a solid. C Water vapor from the air evaporated into a liquid. D Water vapor from the air condensed into a liquid.

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79. Which property of matter below depends on the force of gravity? Alength Bmass Cvolume Dweight

79. Which property of matter below depends on the force of gravity? Alength Bmass Cvolume Dweight

80. Which material would be best to use to make electrical wiring? A aluminum B copper C iron D coal

80. Which material would be best to use to make electrical wiring? A aluminum B copper C iron D coal

81. Matter can undergo changes. When water boils, a — A liquid becomes a solid B solid becomes a liquid C liquid becomes a gas D gas becomes a solid

81. Matter can undergo changes. When water boils, a — A liquid becomes a solid B solid becomes a liquid C liquid becomes a gas D gas becomes a solid

82. Which of the following can be attracted to a magnet? A Gold ring B Glass marble CIron needle D Wool sock

82. Which of the following can be attracted to a magnet? A Gold ring B Glass marble CIron needle D Wool sock

83. Which of the following is a characteristic property that could be used to identify a substance as water? AWater is always a liquid. BOrganisms need water to live. CThings dissolve in water. DWater boils at about 100ºC.

83. Which of the following is a characteristic property that could be used to identify a substance as water? AWater is always a liquid. BOrganisms need water to live. CThings dissolve in water. DWater boils at about 100ºC.

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86. A student left a chocolate bar on the windowsill on a sunny day. Which of the following would cause the chocolate to melt? AElectric energy passes through the chocolate and changes its form. BDifferent types of matter in the chocolate separate and change form. CThe refraction of the light coming through the window changes its form. DHeat from sunlight causes the chocolate to reach its melting point.

86. A student left a chocolate bar on the windowsill on a sunny day. Which of the following would cause the chocolate to melt? AElectric energy passes through the chocolate and changes its form. BDifferent types of matter in the chocolate separate and change form. CThe refraction of the light coming through the window changes its form. DHeat from sunlight causes the chocolate to reach its melting point.

87. A can of soda was left inside a car during a very cold night. Six hours later the soda had frozen. Which of the following best explains why this happened? ASoda needs to be stored in temperatures below freezing. BThe temperature in the car increased during the night. CThe temperature in the car decreased during the night. DCans of soda should be emptied before being left in a car.

87. A can of soda was left inside a car during a very cold night. Six hours later the soda had frozen. Which of the following best explains why this happened? ASoda needs to be stored in temperatures below freezing. BThe temperature in the car increased during the night. CThe temperature in the car decreased during the night. DCans of soda should be emptied before being left in a car.

88. Which of the following statements best describes the properties of a new crayon? ASofter than a penny, cylinder shape, pointed, melts under high heat BHarder than a penny, cylinder shape, flat on both ends CSofter than a penny, flat shape, glows in the dark DSoft and bendable, cylinder shaped, sweet taste, very heavy

88. Which of the following statements best describes the properties of a new crayon? ASofter than a penny, cylinder shape, pointed, melts under high heat BHarder than a penny, cylinder shape, flat on both ends CSofter than a penny, flat shape, glows in the dark DSoft and bendable, cylinder shaped, sweet taste, very heavy

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94. In which example below is matter MOST LIKELY to change state? AHeating a pan of water until all the water is gone BPutting a can of soda in an ice chest to cool it CHeating soup on the stove until it tastes warm DPouring sugar from a bag into a canister

94. In which example below is matter MOST LIKELY to change state? AHeating a pan of water until all the water is gone BPutting a can of soda in an ice chest to cool it CHeating soup on the stove until it tastes warm DPouring sugar from a bag into a canister

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96. Which of the following statements BEST explains why magnets usually stick to a refrigerator door? AThe refrigerator door is smooth. BThe refrigerator door contains iron. CThe refrigerator door is a good conductor. DThe refrigerator door has electric wires in it.

96. Which of the following statements BEST explains why magnets usually stick to a refrigerator door? AThe refrigerator door is smooth. BThe refrigerator door contains iron. CThe refrigerator door is a good conductor. DThe refrigerator door has electric wires in it.

97. Which of the following changes is caused by removing heat? AA solid changes to a gas. BA liquid changes to a gas. CA solid changes to a liquid. DA liquid changes to a solid.

97. Which of the following changes is caused by removing heat? AA solid changes to a gas. BA liquid changes to a gas. CA solid changes to a liquid. DA liquid changes to a solid.

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99. Copper wire is often wrapped in plastic. Plastic material is a good— Aelectromagnet Binsulator Ccircuit Dconductor

99. Copper wire is often wrapped in plastic. Plastic material is a good— Aelectromagnet Binsulator Ccircuit Dconductor

100. A bar magnet and an electromagnet are both systems used to attract objects containing iron. How does a bar magnet differ from an electromagnet? AAn electromagnet doesn’t pick up metal. BA bar magnet can pick up metal objects. CBoth types of magnets can be turned on and off. DAn electromagnet must have electricity in order to be magnetic.

100. A bar magnet and an electromagnet are both systems used to attract objects containing iron. How does a bar magnet differ from an electromagnet? AAn electromagnet doesn’t pick up metal. BA bar magnet can pick up metal objects. CBoth types of magnets can be turned on and off. DAn electromagnet must have electricity in order to be magnetic.

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107. To change a crayon from a solid to a liquid, you must add— Atexture Bmatter Ca liquid Dheat

107. To change a crayon from a solid to a liquid, you must add— Atexture Bmatter Ca liquid Dheat

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111. Why physical property is used to identify matter based on solubility? Aability to evaporate Bvolume Cability to dissolve Dmass M.S. ?’s

111. Why physical property is used to identify matter based on solubility? Aability to evaporate Bvolume Cability to dissolve Dmass

112. Which of these materials would NOT be a good insulator of electricity? Ametal Bplastic Cglass Dwood

112. Which of these materials would NOT be a good insulator of electricity? Ametal Bplastic Cglass Dwood

113. What do a penny, iron nail, & metal spoon NOT have in common with each other? Athey all conduct electricity Bthey all sink in water Cthey are all magnetic Dthey are all solids

113. What do a penny, iron nail, & metal spoon NOT have in common with each other? Athey all conduct electricity Bthey all sink in water Cthey are all magnetic Dthey are all solids

114. Students have two blocks the same size. They drop each block into a beaker of water. Why does Block 1 float and Block 2 sink? ABlock 1 is made of a different material than Block 2 BBlock 1 is smaller than block 2 CBlock 2 absorbs more water than Block 1 DBlock 2 has less mass than Block 1

114. Students have two blocks the same size. They drop each block into a beaker of water. Why does Block 1 float and Block 2 sink? ABlock 1 is made of a different material than Block 2 BBlock 1 is smaller than block 2 CBlock 2 absorbs more water than Block 1 DBlock 2 has less mass than Block 1

115. Which tool can be used to compare the mass of a large rock to the mass of two wooden blocks? Agraduated cylinder Bthermometer Cspring scale Dpan balance

115. Which tool can be used to compare the mass of a large rock to the mass of two wooden blocks? Agraduated cylinder Bthermometer Cspring scale Dpan balance

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