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Grade 5 Matter
Volume is
  1. the amount of space that an object takes up
  2. the amount of matter in a solid, liquid, or gas
  3. the material through which an electrical charge can pass
  4. a strong resistor that can stop most electrical charges
Grade 6 Matter
States of matter are
  1. the temperature at which a liquid boils and becomes a gas
  2. the law that states that for a fixed amount of gas at a constant temperature, the volume of the gas increases as its pressure decreases and the volume of the gas decreases as its pressure increases
  3. the term used to describe a physical or chemical change in which energy is given of
  4. the physical forms in which a substance can exist; includes solid, liquid, gas, and plasma
Grade 8 Matter
During a change of state, such as melting or freezing, a substance's temperature
  1. increases
  2. decreases
  3. remains constant
  4. increases during melting and decreases during freezing
Grade 5 Matter
Condensation is
  1. climate.
  2. the process by which a liquid changes into a gas.
  3. groundwater.
  4. the process by which a gas changes into a liquid.
Grade 2 Matter
What are the three major states of matter?
  1. solid, liquid, and gas
  2. Solid, liquid, and wood
  3. solid, iron, and gas
  4. metal, wood, and paper
Grade 6 Matter
Melting is
  1. when a substance changes from a solid to a liquid (i.e. from ice to water)
  2. when a substance changes from a liquid to a solid (e.g. water to ice)
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