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Grade 8 Defining Words
  1. ridiculous
  2. calm
  3. worry
  4. stress-free
Grade 8 Forces and Motion
What is tension?
  1. a force that comes when you are stressed
  2. a force that presses or squeezes something together
  3. a force that acts to expand or lengthen the thing it is acting on
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.
Continuing Education Cosmetology
Good tension creates
  1. a good curl.
  2. headaches.
  3. damaged hair.
  4. longer hair.
Grade 10 Tuesdays with Morrie
What is the tension of opposites?
  1. Mitch is the opposite of Morrie
  2. The struggles of people's lives between what they want to do and what they are bound to do
  3. Morrie is talking about a rubber band stretching
Grade 6 Fluid Mechanics
What is a surface tension?
  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 11 Fluid Mechanics
Grade 4 Defining Words
to be against something
  1. opposed
  2. tension
  3. address
Grade 4 Defining Words
an official public announcement of something
  1. shattered
  2. tension
  3. proclamation
Grade 8 Defining Words
Grade 7 Story Elements
A feeling of growing tension and excitement:
  1. decline
  2. rhyme
  3. suspense
  4. conflict
Grade 4 Defining Words
mental or emotional strain
  1. perish
  2. tension
  3. haste
Graduate Bonds and Mixing
A needle can be made to "float" on the surface tension of water. What causes this surface tension to form?
  1. The adhesion of water molecules to the needle
  2. The cohesion of water molecules to each other
  3. The solubility of water
  4. The heat capacity of water
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