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Properties of Matter (Grade 4)

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Properties of Matter

1. 
Three states of matter are                         .
  1. solid, liquid, and gas
  2. buoyancy, mass, shape
  3. gas, liquid, and mixture
  4. density, weight, and gas
 
2. 
The particles of matter making up a                are packed together tightly.
  1. piece
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. solid
3. 
The temperature at which a substance changes from a solid to a liquid.
  1. boiling point
  2. melting point
  3. pure substance
 
4. 
Which would cause liquid water to change to a solid?
  1. warming
  2. heating
  3. freezing
  4. dripping
5. 
How can a liquid become a solid?
  1. By something removing heat from it and slowing down the particles.
  2. By something removing heat from it and speeding up the particles.
  3. By something adding heat to it and slowing down the particles.
  4. By something adding heat to it and speeding up the particles.
 
6. 
A SOLID is all matter that has a shape of its own.
  1. True
  2. False
7. 
Which state of matter is easily compressed and easily changes shape to fill its container?
  1. solid
  2. liquid
  3. gas
  4. plasma
 
8. 
An example of a gas is
  1. chocolate syrup
  2. a rock
  3. pencils
  4. helium
9. 
What type of substance can be poured and takes the shape of its container?
  1. Liquid
  2. Gas
  3. Solid
  4. Plasma
 
10. 
Sand is a liquid because it takes the shape of its container.
  1. True
  2. False
11. 
Sublimation is when a                 changes directly to a                .
  1. solid, liquid
  2. gas, liquid
  3. plasma, gas
  4. solid, gas
 
12. 
Is plasma a state of matter?
  1. yes
  2. no
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