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Density Observation, Inference, & Classification Size and Shape of Earth GraphingESRTGrab Bag
What is the formula for volume? A 100
If the mass of a sample is 10g and the volume is 4cm 3. What is the samples density? A 200
The density of a large sample of Marble is 2.6 g/cm3. If the sample is broken into four equal size pieces, what would be the density of each piece? A 300
As pressure is applied to a rock the volume of the rock decreases. What effect does the pressure have on the rocks density? A 400
As temperature is increased on a sample, what will be the effect on density? A 500
B 100 What do we use our senses to make?
What are educated guesses based on observations called? B 200
What do we call the organization of information into groups with similar characteristics? B 300
We use these to enhance our senses when making observations. B 400
What term would we use to describe the following statement. Every student in this class will pass the unit test B 500
What is a ship appearing to sink into the horizon evidence of? C 100
What is the true shape of the Earth? C 200
The total surface area of the Earth is 510,000,000 square km. How would you write this number in scientific notation? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
At what location on the Earths surface would your weight be the greatest? C 400
What did Eratosthenes calculate about the Earth? C 500
What type of graphing relationship is shown below? D 100
What type of graphing relationship is shown below? D 200
Where is the independent variable located on a graph? D 300
What type of graphing relationship is shown below? D 400
What type of graphing relationship does a density graph display. D 500
The mesopause is located how many kilometers above sea level? E 100
What is the range for the density of Earths outer core? E 200
Convert the following into ºF and millibars. 60ºC and inches E 300
During what time period have the earliest insects been discovered? E 400
Calculate, using km, the distance between Old Forge and Syracuse. E 500
If a student calculates the density of a liquid to be 3.0 g/ml and the actual density of the liquid is found to be 3.2 g/ml. What is the students percent error? F 100
Write the following number in scientific notation F 200
Which planet has the largest equatorial diameter? F 300
What is the mass of an object which has a density of 5 g/cm 3 and a volume of 15g? F 400
What is the name of an igneous rock which is light-colored and has a coarse texture? F 500
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North at 25 knots A 100 MDMD
2.5 g/cm 3 A 200
2.6 g/cm 3 A 300
Density increases A 400
Density decreases A 500
observations B 100
Inferences B 200
classification B 300
instruments B 400
inference B 500
Earth Shape (round) C 100
Oblate spheroid C 200
5.1 x 10 8 C 300
North Pole C 400
Circumference C 500
direct D 100
cyclic D 200
X-axis D 300
inverse D 400
direct D 500
82 km E 100
9.9 – 12.1 g/cm 3 E 200
140ºF, 1016mb E 300
Silurian E 400
125 km E 500
6.3 g/cm 3 F 100
2.53 x F 200
Jupiter F 300
75g F 400
Granite F 500
6378 E 500
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