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Fifth Grade (Grade 5) Properties of Matter Questions

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Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
1 L of water is heavier than 1 L of oil because water is                   than oil.
  1. less dense
  2. more dense
  3. equally dense
  4. more saturated
  5. less concentrated
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Burning a match is an example of a
  1. chemical change.
  2. physical change.
  3. chemical property.
  4. physical property.
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
A gas is
  1. a substance that does not have a definite shape or volume
  2. a substance with a definite volume, but no definite shape
  3. a substance with a definite shape and volume
  4. a substance whose particles glide past one another
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
A solid is
  1. a substance that does not have a definite shape or volume
  2. a substance with a definite volume, but no definite shape
  3. a substance with a definite shape and volume
  4. a substance whose particles glide past one another
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
A liquid is
  1. a substance that does not have a definite shape or volume
  2. a substance with a definite volume, but no definite shape
  3. a substance with a definite shape and volume
  4. a substance whose particles vibrate
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Which states of matter have a definite volume?
  1. solid and gas
  2. solid and liquid
  3. gas and liquid
  4. solid, liquid, and gas
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Which of these is an example of a physical change?
  1. An apple turning brown when exposed to air.
  2. Fireworks exploding in bright flashes of color.
  3. Spoiled food smelling bad in a trash can.
  4. Large rocks getting crushed to be used as gravel.
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
To find the mass of an object, you must
  1. use a triple-beam balance
  2. use a thermometer
  3. use a graduated cylinder
  4. use an equation
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
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