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Grade 12 Vocabulary
Grade 12 Vocabulary
Grade 2 Vocabulary CCSS: CCRA.L.4, L.2.4
to change
  1. add
  2. alter
  3. heat
  4. sort
Grade 5 Grammar

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What is the best way to correct the error in sentence 3?
  1. Change there to their
  2. Change there to they're
  3. Change there to they are
  4. Correct as is.
Grade 7 English as a Second Language ESL
What change if any should be made to the following question?
Anna can't go out right now, she will be busy.
  1. Change will be to was
  2. Change will be to is
  3. Change will be to had been
  4. No change is needed
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
separating sand from gravel
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
bleaching your hair
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
Grade 8 Properties of Matter
Sugar dissolving in water is an example of
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Fireworks exploding is an example of
  1. a chemical change
  2. a physical change
Grade 6 Chemistry
Grade 6 Chemistry
Grade 6 Chemistry
Baking cookies is considered a
  1. chemical change.
  2. physical change.
Grade 5 Matter
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
Hammering wood together to make a playhouse
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
Grade 5 Properties of Matter
mixing lemonade powder into water
  1. chemical change
  2. physical change
Grade 6 Chemistry
Dissolving sugar in tea is considered a
  1. Chemical Change
  2. Physical Change
Grade 6 Chemistry
A car rusting is considered a
  1. Chemical Change
  2. Physical Change
Grade 6 Chemistry
The formation of mold on cheese is considered a
  1. Chemical Change
  2. Physical Change
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Freezing a glass of water is considered a
  1. chemical change.
  2. physical change.
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