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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Fluid Mechanics Questions

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Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
Water pressure
  1. presses downward on an object
  2. presses upward on an object
  3. presses both upward and downward on an object
  4. does not press upward or downward on an object
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
An object is buoyant in water because
  1. water pressure increases with depth
  2. water pressure decreases with depth
  3. the object is heavy
  4. the water pressure stays the same
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
The "skin like" effect on top of the water's surface pulling downward and inward.
  1. surface area
  2. surface tension
  3. cohesion
  4. molecule attraction
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
What is compressed gas?
  1. Squeezing gases until they get sticky.
  2. Taking gases that want to spread out & squeezing them into a small space.
  3. Taking liquids & boiling them until they turn into gases.
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
Surface tension is
  1. the 'skin' that is formed as molecules on the surface of water stick together.
  2. the ripples that form when you touch the surface of water.
  3. the separation of molecules on the surface of water.
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