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Matter & Magnet Review 1 st Nine Weeks

Matter & Magnet Review 1 st Nine Weeks

Which of the following is an example of a natural magnet? A. B. C.

Which of the following is an example of a natural magnet? A. B. C. D. Bar magnet Horseshoe Magnet Lodestone Refrigerator

Answer: Lodestone

Answer: Lodestone

Which item below is not an example of a natural magnet? A. Pole B.

Which item below is not an example of a natural magnet? A. Pole B. Lodestone C. Magnetite

Answer: Pole

Answer: Pole

A example of a liquid is _______. A. B. C. D. Brick Car Milk

A example of a liquid is _______. A. B. C. D. Brick Car Milk Pencil

Answer: Milk

Answer: Milk

If you want to change a solid ice cube to a liquid which item

If you want to change a solid ice cube to a liquid which item could you use to do this. A. B C.

Answer:

Answer:

A magnet is attracted to _______ A. B. C. D. Wood Paper Nickel Glass

A magnet is attracted to _______ A. B. C. D. Wood Paper Nickel Glass

Answer: Nickel

Answer: Nickel

In an experiment you want to measure the mass of matter (ex. apple), which

In an experiment you want to measure the mass of matter (ex. apple), which tool would you used to measure it? A. B. C.

Answer:

Answer:

Which is not an example of gas? A. Oxygen B. Helium C. Soda

Which is not an example of gas? A. Oxygen B. Helium C. Soda

Answer: Soda

Answer: Soda

The compass is pointing in what direction? A. South B. East C. North

The compass is pointing in what direction? A. South B. East C. North

Answer: north

Answer: north

When conducting a science experiment, having everything you need to do the experiment, these

When conducting a science experiment, having everything you need to do the experiment, these items are called_______. A. Conclusion B. Materials C. Data

Answer: Materials

Answer: Materials

When making an educated guess about what you think will happen in the experiment,

When making an educated guess about what you think will happen in the experiment, this is called ______. A. Materials B. Data C. Hypothesis

Answer: hypothesis

Answer: hypothesis

The outside of a glass starts to sweat, it is filled with water and

The outside of a glass starts to sweat, it is filled with water and lots of ice. The water on the outside of the glass is called _____ A. Water vapor B. Evaporation C. Condensation

Answer: Evaporation

Answer: Evaporation

The arrow is point to what type of matter? A. Solid B. Liquid C.

The arrow is point to what type of matter? A. Solid B. Liquid C. Gas

Answer: Gas

Answer: Gas

When you place a tray of water into the freezer what will happen to

When you place a tray of water into the freezer what will happen to the liquid? A. It will stay a liquid B. It will become a solid C. It will become a gas

Answer: It will become a solid

Answer: It will become a solid

When measuring the amount of matter you will find the _______ A. Solid B.

When measuring the amount of matter you will find the _______ A. Solid B. Property C. Mass

Answer: Mass

Answer: Mass

What are the 3 forms of matter? A. solid, liquid and size B. liquid,

What are the 3 forms of matter? A. solid, liquid and size B. liquid, property, gas C. liquid, solid, gas

Answer: liquid, solid and gas

Answer: liquid, solid and gas

Which item uses a magnet? A. B. C.

Which item uses a magnet? A. B. C.

Answer: can opener

Answer: can opener

A magnet is strongest where?

A magnet is strongest where?

Answer: & a magnet is strongest at its poles

Answer: & a magnet is strongest at its poles

A magnet is not attracted to ____. A. B. C. D. Cardboard Paperclip Lodestone

A magnet is not attracted to ____. A. B. C. D. Cardboard Paperclip Lodestone Nickel

Answer: Cardboard

Answer: Cardboard

When a south & south pole are pushed together what will happen? A. B.

When a south & south pole are pushed together what will happen? A. B. C. D. Attract Repel Laugh Same

Answer: Repel

Answer: Repel

Look at the magnets below what will happen when they are pushed together? N

Look at the magnets below what will happen when they are pushed together? N S S N

Answer: The magnets will attract (opposite poles attract- north & south)

Answer: The magnets will attract (opposite poles attract- north & south)

When a solid changes to a liquid this is an example of _______ A.

When a solid changes to a liquid this is an example of _______ A. B. C. D. Physical change Matter Clouds Liquid

Answer: physical change

Answer: physical change

When a liquid changes into a gas this is called _______. A. Heat B.

When a liquid changes into a gas this is called _______. A. Heat B. Liquid C. Evaporation

Answer: Evaporation

Answer: Evaporation

What type of matter is described in the picture below? A. Liquid B. Gas

What type of matter is described in the picture below? A. Liquid B. Gas C. Solid

Answer: Gas

Answer: Gas

Matter is anything that has mass and takes up ______ A. Mass B. Place

Matter is anything that has mass and takes up ______ A. Mass B. Place C. Space

Answer: space

Answer: space

The amount of space matter takes up is ____. A. Evaporation B. Volume C.

The amount of space matter takes up is ____. A. Evaporation B. Volume C. Condensation

Answer: Volume

Answer: Volume

Steam rising from a cooking pot is an example of _______. A. Melting B.

Steam rising from a cooking pot is an example of _______. A. Melting B. Evaporation C. Solid

Answer: evaporation

Answer: evaporation

All matter has ____ A. Weight and mass B. Precipitation C. Physical change

All matter has ____ A. Weight and mass B. Precipitation C. Physical change

Answer: weight & mass

Answer: weight & mass

A manmade magnet that uses electricity and can be turned on and off is

A manmade magnet that uses electricity and can be turned on and off is called an _____. A. iron magnet B. electromagnet C. lodestone D. awesome magnet

Answer: electromagnet

Answer: electromagnet

Which item uses a magnet to keep it closed? A. refrigerator B. book bag

Which item uses a magnet to keep it closed? A. refrigerator B. book bag C. oven D. soda bottle

Answer: refrigerator

Answer: refrigerator

Andrew and Carl looked at the results of their experiment and made a bar

Andrew and Carl looked at the results of their experiment and made a bar graph to show what happened after their experiment. What are the results of the scientific method called? a) data b) purpose c) procedure d) hypothesis

Answer: Data

Answer: Data

Good Luck on the Benchmark Test

Good Luck on the Benchmark Test