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Grade 11 Minerals
The main component found in glass is
  1. Water
  2. Lime
  3. Sodium Oxide
  4. Silica
Grade 5 Fractions and Ratios CCSS: 5.NF.A.2
John drank 1/5 of a glass of water in the morning and 2/10 of a glass in the afternoon. How much water did John drink?
  1. [math]1/2[/math] of a glass
  2. [math]2/5[/math] of a glass
  3. [math]3/5[/math] of a glass
  4. [math]3/10[/math] of a glass
Grade 4 Waves and Sound
Which of the following is transparent?
  1. eye glasses
  2. stained glass
  3. tin foil
Grade 10 Lab Practices and Tools
None Culinary Arts
What does it mean when a cocktail is served "straight-up"?
  1. on ice in a tall glass
  2. with no ice in a rocks glass
  3. in a frozen beer mug
  4. with no ice in a coupe glass
Grade 5 Spelling
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Breaking a glass is an example of a
  1. a chemical change
  2. a physical change
Grade 5 Light and Optics
Grade 5 Waves and Sound
Grade 8 Kinetics and Equilibrium
The temperature of one glass of water is 100ºC, and the temperature of another glass of water is 0ºC. Both glasses contain the same amount of water. Which is a correct statement about the two glasses of water?
  1. The molecules of the cold water are larger
  2. The molecules of the warm water are larger
  3. The molecules of the warm water have more energy
  4. The molecules of the cold water have more energy
Grade 1 Light and Optics
You use a flashlight to shine a beam of light at a clear glass window. Which path will the light most likely follow?
  1. all of the light will pass through the glass
  2. some of the light will pass through the glass
  3. the glass will change the direction of the light
  4. the glass will block the light from passing through
Grade 9 Kitchen Equipment and Tools
Identify the weakness of glass cookware.
  1. retains heat
  2. suited for long cooking dishes such as braising
  3. prone to cracking with extreme temperature changes
  4. is non-reactive
Grade 6 Environmental Science
Grade 6 Properties of Matter
Freezing a glass of water is considered a
  1. chemical change.
  2. physical change.
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