Want to see correct answers?
Login or join for free!

Search Results for surface - All Grades

1467 questions match "surface". Refine Your Search

1 category matches your search criteria.

Select questions to add to a test using the checkbox above each question. Remember to click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Previous Page 1 of 74 Next
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 Molecules and Compounds
Grade 4 Rocks
Igneous rocks can form:
  1. on Earth's Surface
  2. below Earth's Surface
  3. a and b
Grade 5 The Moon
The moon's surface
  1. has lakes and volcanoes
  2. is dry and dusty
Grade 8 Simple Machines
Grade 8 Tectonics
What are the slowest seismic waves?
  1. surface
  2. primary
  3. secondary
  4. pressure
Grade 10 Chemistry
Which of the following best describes adhesion?
  1. Ability of a substance to bind to other protons and neutrons
  2. Ability of a surface to bind to a similar surface
  3. Ability of a surface to bind to another surface
Grade 3 STEM Words
Choose the correct spelling.
  1. serface
  2. sarface
  3. surface
  4. surfase
Grade 5 Themes of Geography
Grade 8 Tectonics
Continuing Education Architectural Features and Trim
When installing a paint grade casing, at what depth should the fasteners be set too?
  1. At the surface
  2. Slightly above the surface
  3. Slightly below the surface
  4. 1/4" below the surface
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.
Grade 5 The Moon
The moon's surface is
  1. rough and has craters
  2. smooth and without rocks
Grade 10 Properties of Matter
Surface tension is
  1. skin on the surface of the liquid
  2. the tendency of the surface of the liquids to decrease the area
  3. the spontaneous mixing of two substances
  4. the same as vapor pressure
Previous Page 1 of 74 Next
You need to have at least 5 reputation to vote a question down. Learn How To Earn Badges.