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Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by kvmireles
Which of the following is a characteristic of liquids?
  1. molecules are tightly packed
  2. takes the shape of its container
  3. constantly keeps its shape
  4. molecules are spread far apart
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by JeriD
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by amylynrob
The amount of matter in an object is its
  1. weight
  2. density
  3. volume
  4. mass
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by kvmireles
Which of the following defines matter?
  1. made of small particles that can easily be seen
  2. made of small particles that can be seen with a magnifying glass
  3. made of small particles too small to be seen
  4. made of small particles that can only be seen in solids
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by amylynrob
Why do most materials get smaller when they cool?
  1. Some particles are destroyed.
  2. The particles have less space between them.
  3. Some particle turn into a different material.
  4. The particles have more space between them.
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by amylynrob
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by robcat
An example of a chemical change is
  1. an old car rusting
  2. throwing a rock
  3. cutting a piece of paper
  4. crushing a can
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by kirstenwalker
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by Dad_Chris
1L of water is heavier than 1L 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 by reddrho22
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by reddrho22
Which activity below does not represent a chemical change?
  1. burning logs
  2. ripening pears
  3. decaying leaves
  4. melting ice cubes
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by robcat
An example of a gas is:
  1. a rock
  2. a pencil
  3. milk
  4. carbon dioxide [math](CO_2)[/math]
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by CariJo
Heating makes a solid turn into a liquid.
  1. melt
  2. freeze
  3. evaporate
  4. condense
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by CariJo
Cooling makes a liquid turn into a solid
  1. melt
  2. freeze
  3. evaporate
  4. condense
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by robcat
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by cindikg
Grade 5 :: Properties of Matter by CariJo
Heating makes a liquid turn into a gas.
  1. melt
  2. freeze
  3. evaporate
  4. condense
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