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 Grade 7 :: Forces and Motion by bibi4799
 What is friction? A force A substance A solid A gas
 Grade 7 :: Forces and Motion by TroyW
 The speed of a falling object is slowed by air resistance. True False
 Grade 7 :: Forces and Motion by Teacher_T
 The gravitional force between 1kg of lead and Earth is                   the gravitational force between 1kg of marshmallows and Earth. greater than less than the same as None of the above
 Grade 7 :: Phases of Matter by cdellafave
 At what temperature does water freeze in degrees Celsius? 10 100 32 0
 Grade 7 :: Heat by cdellafave
 At what temperature in degrees Celsius does water boil 212 100 0 110
 Grade 7 :: Forces and Motion by mjazz047
 Gravity and friction are two kinds of inertia forces masses gravity
 Grade 7 :: Heat by LBeth
 Which of the following best explains the scenario below?On a summer morning, John walks barefoot across his paved driveway with no problem. However, later that afternoon he steps barefoot onto the same driveway and must quickly run off because the bottoms of his feet feel like they are burning. as the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy increased as the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy decreased as the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy increased as the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy decreased
 Grade 7 :: Heat by LBeth
 Thermal energy can be transferred by conduction only convection only radiation only conduction, convection, and radiation
 Grade 7 :: Heat by LBeth
 A pan of water is set on a stove. After the heat is turned on, the temperature of the water begins to                     and the thermal energy of the water                    . decrease, decreases decrease, increases increase, increases increase, decreases
 Grade 7 :: Phases of Matter by cdellafave
 In what state of matter do molecules bounce of one another rapidly and act freely solid liquid gas air
 Grade 7 :: Heat by LBeth
 Which has the most thermal energy? 1 cup of cold water 1 gallon of cold water 1 cup of hot water 1 gallon of hot water
 Grade 7 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LBeth
 Which direction should the magnetic field lines point at the end of the south pole of the bar magnet below? $->$ $uarr$ $larr$ $darr$
 Grade 7 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
 The ideal mechanical advantage of the lever below is 5. If the distance from A to B is 30 cm, what is the distance from B to C? 6 cm 35 cm 150 cm 180 cm
 Grade 7 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
 On the lever shown below, the distance from B to C is 2 feet and the distance from B to A is 4 feet. What is the ideal mechanical advantage of the lever? 0.5 1.0 2.0 8.0
 Grade 7 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
 Calculate the ideal mechanical advantage of the lever shown, given the following distances:B to A is 2 metersA to C is 1 meter 0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0
 Grade 7 :: Simple Machines by LBeth
 Greg sets up the lever below to help him lift box A by pushing down at point C. If B is located 50 cm from A and 150 cm from C, what is the ideal mechanical advantage of the lever? 1/3 3 5 100
 Grade 7 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LBeth
 You hold a magnetic compass and observe the needle spin until it points north. The north end of the compass needle points toward the earth's magnetic north pole magnetic south pole geographic north pole geographic south pole
 Grade 7 :: Energy and Work by gurpreet
 The unit to measure power is meters. True False
 Grade 7 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LBeth
 If the bar magnet below is carefully cut in half into two smaller magnets, they will each have only north poles only south poles north and south poles no north or south poles
 Grade 7 :: Simple Machines by jj1791
 Which example of these simple machines is a wedge? hammer ax screwdriver screw
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