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2 Jeopardy 1 st Semester Final Review December 2005 Chemistry Chapter 1/Scientific Method Mrs. Gibbars classes

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4 Matter States of Matter Periodic Table Cell Structure Cell Processes Misc 20 40 60 80 100 120

5 An example of a physical change is A.blending a milkshake.blending a milkshake. B.baking Christmas cookies.baking Christmas cookies. C.burning a yule log in the fireplace.burning a yule log in the fireplace. 20 Points

6 One example of a chemical change is A.boiling water for hot chocolate.boiling water for hot chocolate. B.crushing holiday wrapping paper.crushing holiday wrapping paper. C.burning the yule log.burning the yule log. 40 Points

7 Substances that CANNOT be broken down chemically into other substances are A.compounds.compounds. B.elements.elements. C.solutions of hot chocolate.solutions of hot chocolate. 60 Points

8 The measurement of how much matter an object contains is its A.mass.mass B.weight.weight. C.volume.volume. 80 Points

9 The density of a block with a volume of 50 cm 3 and mass of 100 grams is A.500 grams/ cm 3500 grams/ B.2 grams/ cm 32 grams/ C.0.5 grams/ cm 30.5 grams/ 100 Points

10 All elements are composed of very, very small particles called A.molecules.molecules. B.compounds.compounds. C.atoms.atoms. 120 Points

11 A group of atoms joined that act as a single unit is a(an) A.molecule.molecule. B.solution.solution. C.compound.compound. 20 Points

12 The SI unit of mass is the A.ounce.ounce. B.kilogram.kilogram. C.liter.liter. 40 Points

13 In chemical reactions, the law of conservation of energy means that A.energy is always lost.energy is always lost. B.the total amount of energy stays the same.the total amount of energy stays the same. C.energy is always gained.energy is always gained. 60 Points

14 Two or more different elements chemically joined together are called A.compounds.compounds. B.mixtures.mixtures. C.solutions.solutions. 80 Points

15 How do liquid H 2 O, ice and water vapor differ from each other? A.They are different states or phases of matter.They are different states or phases of matter. B.They are different compounds.They are different compounds. C.They are made up of different kinds of atoms.They are made up of different kinds of atoms. 100 Points

16 A solid is a state of matter that has a(an) A.indefinite volume and indefinite shape.indefinite volume and indefinite shape. B.definite volume and definite shape.definite volume and definite shape. C.indefinite volume and definite shape.indefinite volume and definite shape. 120 Points

17 Particles of a liquid A.have no viscosity.have no viscosity. B.are tightly packed together and stay in a fixed position.are tightly packed together and stay in a fixed position. C.are free to move throughout a container but remain in close contact with one another.are free to move throughout a container but remain in close contact with one another. 20 Points

18 What state of matter do particles spread apart and fill all the space available to them? A.GasGas B.Crystal solidCrystal solid C.SolidSolid 40 Points

19 When an inflated balloon is exposed to cold air, A.the temperature inside the balloon increases.the temperature inside the balloon increases. B.the volume of the balloon increases.the volume of the balloon increases. C.the volume of the balloon decreases.the volume of the balloon decreases. 60 Points

20 On a long trip, a trucks tires can get very hot and cause A.their volume to decrease.their volume to decrease. B.their pressure to increase.their pressure to increase. C.their pressure to decrease.their pressure to decrease. 80 Points

21 The amount of space that a gas takes up is its A.mass.mass. B.volume.volume. C.density.density 100 Points

22 In which state of matter are particles packed tightly together and stay in fixed positions? A.SolidSolid B.GasGas C.CompoundCompound 120 Points

23 Which part(s) of the atom move around the nucleus? A.NeutronsNeutrons B.ProtonsProtons C.ElectronsElectrons 20 Points

24 Where are metals located in the periodic table? A.To the right of the zigzag lineTo the right of the zigzag lin B.To the left of the zigzag lineTo the left of the zigzag line C.In the top rowsIn the top rows 40 Points

25 Which group contain the most elements? A.MetalsMetals B.NonmetalsNonmetals C.MetalloidsMetalloids 60 Points

26 The factor that determines how an atom interacts with other atoms is its A.number of valence electronsnumber of valence electrons B.number of protonsnumber of protons C.number of neutronsnumber of neutrons 80 Points

27 How did chemists change Mendeleevs periodic table in the early 1900s? A.They included physical properties such as melting point and density.They included physical properties such as melting point and density. B.They used atomic mass instead of atomic number to organize the elements.They used atomic mass instead of atomic number to organize the elements. C.They used atomic number instead of atomic mass to organize the elements.They used atomic number instead of atomic mass to organize the elements. 100 Points

28 From an elements location in the periodic table, one can predict A.its chemical symbol.its chemical symbol. B.its chemical name.its chemical name. C.its properties.its properties. 120 Points

29 Which of the following statements is part of the cell theory? A.Cells are one of several basic units of structure and function in living things.Cells are one of several basic units of structure and function in living things. B.All cells are produced from other cells.All cells are produced from other cells. C.Only plants are composed of cells.Only plants are composed of cells. 20 Points

30 What is the function of a cell membrane? A.To control what enters and leaves the cellTo control what enters and leaves the cell B.To protect and support the cellTo protect and support the cell C.To form a hard outer covering for the cellTo form a hard outer covering for the cell 40 Points

31 How does a bacterial cell differ from a plant or animal cell? A.It has no cytoplasm.It has no cytoplasm. B.It is larger.It is larger. C.It does not have a nucleus.It does not have a nucleus. 60 Points

32 This term refers to the movement of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane. A.Active transportActive transport B.Passive transportPassive transport C.OsmosisOsmosis 80 Points

33 Cells in many-celled (multicellular) organisms A.all have the same structure.all have the same structure. B.all look alike.all look alike. C.are often quite different from each other.are often quite different from each other. 100 Points

34 Which organelles produce most of the energy needed by a cell? A.ChloroplastsChloroplasts B.MitochondriaMitochondria C.Golgi bodiesGolgi bodies 120 Points

35 What are the products of photosynthesis? A.Oxygen and sugarsOxygen and sugars B.Oxygen and waterOxygen and water C.Carbon dioxide and waterCarbon dioxide and water 20 Points

36 Cancer is a disease in which cells A.stop producing DNA.stop producing DNA. B.die before they can mature.die before they can mature. C.grow and divide uncontrollably.grow and divide uncontrollably. 40 Points

37 Mitosis is the stage during which A.the cells DNA is replicated.the cells DNA is replicated. B.the cells nucleus divides into two new nuclei.the cells nucleus divides into two new nuclei. C.the cells cytoplasm divides.the cells cytoplasm divides. 60 Points

38 How are photosynthesis and respiration related? A.They both produce oxygen.They both produce oxygen. B.They have the same equation.They have the same equation. C.They have opposite equations.They have opposite equations. 80 Points

39 What happens during photosynthesis? A.The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make food.The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make food. B.The cell uses oxygen to make food.The cell uses oxygen to make food. C.The cell uses glucose to make oxygen.The cell uses glucose to make oxygen. 100 Points

40 What product of photosynthesis do most living things need to survive? A.OxygenOxygen B.WaterWater C.ClorophyllClorophyll 120 Points

41 The scientific method does not involve which of the following? A.experimentingexperimenting B.making a problemmaking a problem C.stating a hypothesisstating a hypothesis 20 Points

42 Which of the following statements is incorrect abut Science? A.You must believe what you see when acting as a scientist.You must believe what you see when acting as a scientist. B.Science requires critical thinking.Science requires critical thinking. C.Science is a way of knowing and discovering about nature.Science is a way of knowing and discovering about nature. 40 Points

43 The variables which are involved with scientific experimentation are all but one of the following: A.controlled variablescontrolled variables B.independent variableindependent variable C.multiple variablesmultiple variables 60 Points

44 A responding variable (or ______) is what changes as a result of the manipulated variable. A.operationaloperational B.independent variableindependent variable C.dependent variabledependent variable 80 Points

45 Which of the following is not important to remember when creating a graph of your collected data? A.Label both sides of the graph.Label both sides of the graph. B.Label both sides of the graph including the proper units.Label both sides of the graph including the proper units. C.The dependent variable goes on the Y axis.The dependent variable goes on the Y axis. 100 Points

46 When are finals over for this semester? A.MondayMonday B.End of the day ThursdayEnd of the day Thursday C.TuesdayTuesday 120 Points


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