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Warm Up #1-16 – September 15 Identify the IV, DV, CV and the write a hypothesis, using an “If…then” statement for the following testable questions. 1.Which color of light will cause the fern to grow taller; red, yellow, green, black? 2.Will a potato, lemon, or a banana make a better source of energy to keep a light lit longer? 3.Do warmer or colder temperatures cause a cricket to chirp more at night?
Warm Up #1-17 – September 16 1.What metric unit measure length? Mass? Volume? 2.Describe the difference between a physical change and a chemical change. Give 2 examples of each. 3.Listed are some observation, make some inferences to explain the observation. – O: The lawn in front of the school is wet. I: – O: The antelope are looking around. I: – O: The classroom’s temperature increases by 5 degrees. I:
Warm Up #1-18 – September 17 Answer these questions about the graph on the right: 1.How many total miles did the car travel? 2.Describe the motion of the car between hours 5 and 12? 3.What direction is represented by line CD? 4.How many miles were traveled in the first two hours of the trip? 5.Which line represents the fastest speed?
Warm Up #1-19 – September 18 Three high school students wanted to investigate how far they could drive if the gas tanks of the cars were full of gasoline. The students went to the same gas station to fill the tanks of the cars. They drove the cars until the gas tanks were nearly empty. The table below shows all the information the students collected during their investigation. Study the table. Then do Numbers 1 and 2. 1.Based on the investigation, the conclusion was that they could drive farther on a full tank of gasoline in an Apex GXE than they could in the other cars. Give one reason the conclusion may be incorrect. 2.Describe three specific changes the students could make to improve their experiment.
Warm Up # 1-20 – September 19 1. Are Europe and North America drifting closer together or farther apart? A. Closer B. Farther 2. Which is the largest body of water on Earth? A. Pacific Ocean B. Atlantic Ocean 3. Which does not belong? A. Shale B. Basalt C. Sandstone D. Limestone 4. Mammoth Caves in Kentucky is the longest cave system in the world. How long is it? A. 400 km B. 480 km C. 550 km 5. Which imaginary lines circles the earth below the equator (Southern Hemisphere)? A. Tropic of Cancer B. Tropic of Capricorn 6. How many times a day do high tides occur around the world? A. One B. Two C. Four D. Ten 7. There are about 9 million cubic miles of ice on Earth. Is most of it located near: A. the North pole B. the South pole? 8. On a map, are the lines that run parallel to the equator called: A. lines of longitude or B. lines of latitude? 9. If it is 2:00 pm in Havana, Illinois, what time is it in Los Angeles, California? A. 11:00 am B. Noon C. 1:00 pm D. 2:00 pm 10. Is the water in the ocean colder at the surface or 50 feet below the surface? Choose: At the surface or 50 feet below
Earth Science 1. B. Farther - The Atlantic Ocean is expanding by a few centimeters each year due to sea floor spreading. 2. A. Pacific Ocean - It is twice the size of the Atlantic Ocean. 3. B. Basalt - It is an igneous rock; all the others are sedimentary rocks. 4. B. 480 km 5. B. Tropic of Capricorn - The Tropic of Cancer is in the Northern Hemisphere. 6. B. Two - The tides rise and fall twice between each moonrise. 7. B. The South pole 8. B. Lines of latitude - They run parallel to the equator and measure distance north or south of the equator. 9. B. Noon 10. 50 Feet below the surface - The temperature continues to get colder the deeper you dive in the ocean!
Warm Up – September 23 Take out a piece of paper (this will not be completed in your warm up notebook). You will complete part of the Mixtures and Solutions Pretest today. If you do not know the answer, leave it blank. When you are finished 1.Put your answers in the basket 2.Put the test in front of the basket 3.Check your grade 4.Pick a Cow Graph half sheet and complete it (whatever is not finished will be homework)
Warm Up #1-22, September 25 1.What metric unit would be used to measure: a.The length of a city? b.The width of your fingernail? c.The height of a van? d.The mass of a drop of water? e.The mass of a quarter? f.The mass of a horse? 2.Read the conclusion below. Describe what components are missing and how they can improve it so that it becomes a good conclusion. – If I test which battery is best then the Duracelle will be. After testing the 3 batteries, I was right. Duracelle lasted way longer than the other ones! If I were going to do this experiment again I would test temperature. 3.What is the difference between the volume and mass?
Warm Up #1-23, September 29 1.Define independent variable 2.Define dependent variable. 3.Lisa is working on a science project. Her task is to answer the question: "Does Rogooti (which is a commercial hair product) affect the speed of hair growth". Her family is willing to volunteer for the experiment. – Describe how Lisa would perform this experiment. Identify the control group, and the independent and dependent variables in your description.
Warm Up #1-24, September 30 Complete Sentences 1.How many different species (kinds) of insects are there? A. 100,000 B. 500,000 C. 1,000,000 2.What is the official state insect for Colorado? A. Ladybug B. Honey Bee C. Hairstreak butterfly D. Monarch butterflyColorado 3.Which is the largest order (type) of insect? A. Coleoptera (beetles) B. Diptera (flies) C. Lepidoptera (butterflies/moths) D. Orthopetera (grasshoppers/crickets)largest order 4.The Goliath beetle is the largest insect living today. How much does it weigh? A. 2 ounces B. 4 ounces C. 8 ouncesGoliath beetle 5.The fastest insect is the deer bot fly. What is its fastest speed? A. 45 mph B. 90 mph C. 120 mphdeer bot fly 6.Fleas would win a gold medal for jumping at the Insect Olympics. How high can they jump? A. 50 times their body length B. 100 times their body length C. 200 times their body lengthFleas
1.C. 1,000,000 - Over 90,000 species have been found in North America. 2.C. Hairstreak butterfly 3.A. Coleoptera (beetles) This order has about 330,000 species! 4.B. 4 oz - Four ounces is equal to one stick of butter. The Goliath beetle is larger than your hand! 5.B. 90 mph 6.C. 200 times their body length - If humans could jump like a flea, we could jump about 1000 feet in the air!
Warm Up #1-25, October 1 1.What are the 2 types of matter? 2.What are some examples of substances? 3.Describe the difference between heterogeneous and homogenous. Give examples to support your response.
Warm Up #1-26, October 2 1.Give 3 real life examples of a solution, solvent and a solute. 2.If the mass of a sample of wood is 12g and the volume is 16mL, what is the density of the sample of wood? 3.Describe the similarities and the difference between heterogeneous and homogenous mixtures. Be specific and give examples. 4.List 5 items that are made of matter.
Warm Up #1-27, October 3 1.What is the difference between size dependent and size independent when talking about properties of matter? 2.List and describe 3 properties of matter. 3.What is the difference between a substance and a mixture?
Warm Up #1-28, October 6 Write your answers in complete sentences and explain why/how you know. 1. What is the name for the process of a liquid changing into a gas? A. Melting B. Vaporization C. Sublimation 2. The atomic number for nickel is 28. How many electrons are found in an atom of nickel? A. 7 B. 14 C. 28 3. Which of the following is not found in the nucleus of an atom? A. Protons B. Neutron C. Electron 4. The formula for carbon dioxide is CO2. How many atoms of oxygen are in one molecule? A. 1 B. 2 C. 4 5. The correct formula for calculating density is: A. mass X volume. B. mass + volume. C. mass ÷ volume.
1. The process of a liquid changing into a gas is called vaporization (answer B), which includes evaporation and boiling. 2. Nickel would have 28 electrons in each atom (answer C). 3. Electrons (answer C) is not found in the nucleus of an atom. It is found in energy levels that surround the nucleus. 4. There would be 2 atoms of oxygen (answer B) and one atom of carbon in each molecule of carbon dioxide. 5. Density is calculated by the formula mass divided by volume (answer C).
Warm Up # 1-29, October 7 1.Give an example in your everyday routines, where you physically separate a mixture with: Density State of Matter Melting or Boiling Point Magnetism 2.Describe how you would explain the difference between a heterogeneous and a homogenous mixture, to a 1 st grader.