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Grade 6 Forces and Motion
Grade 7 Forces and Motion
Grade 8 Forces and Motion
A force is a                     .
  1. constant speed
  2. push or pull
  3. linear quantity
  4. cannot be determined
Grade 7 Heat Transfer
Which of the following best explains the scenario below?

On a summer morning, John walks barefoot across his paved driveway with no problem. However, later that afternoon he steps barefoot onto the same driveway and must quickly run off because the bottoms of his feet feel like they are burning.
  1. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy increased.
  2. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy decreased.
  3. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy increased.
  4. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy decreased.
Grade 6 Magnetism and Electricity
Grade 6 Energy and Momentum
Energy is
  1. only found in batteries.
  2. never used for fun.
  3. the ability to move or change matter.
  4. none of the above.
Grade 8 Waves and Sound
Grade 6 Forces and Motion
Tulene is walking to school. It took her 2 minutes to walk 100 feet. How fast was she walking?
  1. 100 feet per mile
  2. 50 feet per minute
  3. 50 feet per mile
  4. 100 miles per hour
Grade 8 Matter
Grade 6 Matter
Evaporating is when
  1. a substance changes from a liquid to a gas by heating it to its boiling point (i.e water in a kettle turning to water vapor).
  2. a substance changes from a liquid to a gas (or vapor) naturally (ie. when a puddle dries by the water in it evaporating).
  3. a substance changes from a gas (or vapor) into a liquid (ie. water vapor condenses to tiny droplets of water on a cold window).
Grade 6 Matter
States of matter are the
  1. temperature at which a liquid boils and becomes a gas.
  2. law that states that for a fixed amount of gas at a constant temperature, the volume of the gas increases as its pressure decreases and the volume of the gas decreases as its pressure increases.
  3. term used to describe a physical or chemical change in which energy is given of.
  4. physical forms in which a substance can exist; includes solid, liquid, gas, and plasma.
Grade 8 Forces and Motion
A force
  1. causes all motion.
  2. starts stationary objects moving.
  3. stops moving objects.
  4. is an interaction between two or more objects.
  5. all of the above.
Grade 8 Waves and Sound
In a given medium, if the frequency of a wave decreases, its                     .
  1. wavelength increases
  2. speed increases
  3. amplitude decreases
  4. wavelength decreases
Grade 2 Matter
When a liquid changes into a solid, what is it called?
  1. freeze
  2. melt
  3. heat energy
  4. water cycle
Grade 8 Matter
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