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Grade 11 Baking Skills
What will happen if you put icing on hot items?
  1. nothing
  2. the icing will melt
  3. the icing will rise
Grade 3 Heat Transfer
Lora left an ice cube in a cup on the picnic table on a sunny day. What is likely to happen over the next hour?
  1. The ice cube will melt.
  2. The ice cube will evaporate.
  3. The ice cube will freeze again.
  4. The ice cube will become bigger.
None Roofing
The term ice dam refers to the build up of ice
  1. on the gable end.
  2. in the attic.
  3. on the peak.
  4. along the eaves.
Kindergarten Counting and Comparing Numbers CCSS: K.CC.A.3
Grade 2 Properties of Matter
Ice is a gas.
  1. True
  2. False
None Food and Eating

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Grade 9 Geomorphology
An ice cap is                                                                   .
  1. a glacier that is less than 50,000 square kilometers in area.
  2. the snow that covers a mountain in winter.
  3. the snow on top of mountains on Denali park.
  4. a glacier that is less than one billion square kilometers in area.
Grade 3 Cause and Effect
The ice cream cone melted because it was a hot day. What is the cause?
  1. The ice cream cone melted
  2. Ice cream cone
  3. It was a hot day
  4. Ice cream is yummy
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 9 Geomorphology
On what particular condition will glaciers retreat?
  1. more ice accumulates than melts.
  2. it gains ice at the same rate that ice melts.
  3. more ice melts than accumulates.
  4. the ice melts slower than it accumulates.
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