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Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
To describe the motion of an object you need to know                       .
  1. the unit of mass
  2. a reference point
  3. the unit of temperature
  4. its size
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Which of the following is a kind of force that acts without touching?
  1. The player kicked the ball.
  2. Sun and Earth attract each other.
  3. The elephant pushes the ball upward.
  4. The student pulls the book.
Grade 4 :: Forces and Motion by TracieMoore
What determines how much something weighs?
  1. pull of gravity
  2. amount of mass
  3. where it stays on Earth
  4. None of these
Grade 4 :: Magnetism and Electricity by LBeth
Grade 5 :: Simple Machines by LaurieP
Which is an example of a wedge?
  1. a doorknob
  2. a clock
  3. a zipper
  4. a light bulb
Grade 6 :: Forces and Motion by Hayajoiner
Grade 9 :: Simple Machines by jlovering
How much work would be required to lift a 25 kg object to a height of 20 meters?
  1. 500 Joules
  2. 1.25 Joules
  3. 245 Newtons
  4. 1.25 Newtons
  5. 4900 Joules
Grade 5 :: Heat Transfer by jrkimball
How do currents transfer heat in the ocean?
  1. radiation
  2. convection
  3. conduction
  4. evaporation
Grade 4 :: Forces and Motion by KOKORO
Grade 8 :: Heat Transfer by aefrith
Grade 7 :: Waves and Sound by LBeth
The distance between E and H is called                .
Transverse Wave Anatomy
  1. a crest
  2. a wavelength
  3. the amplitude
  4. the frequency
Grade 7 :: Waves and Sound by LBeth
Which statement correctly compares Wave A and Wave B?
Comparing Amplitudes
  1. Wave A has a greater amplitude than Wave B
  2. Wave B has a greater amplitude than Wave A
  3. Wave A has a greater wavelength than Wave B
  4. Wave B has a greater wavelength than Wave A
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