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Sam the worm is red and white and is 3 inches long. What kind of observation: Qualitative, quantitative, or both.
a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Both d) Neither
Sam the worm is green and yellow and 3 inches long. Sam the worm is 3 inches long. What kind of observation: Qualitative, quantitative, or both.
a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Both d) Neither
You have gathered information about which websites your classmates visit to research science questions. What type of graph would best represent this information?
a) Pie chart b) bar graph c) line graph d) scatter plot
You have constructed a graph of the number of games your school's football team has won in the last ten years. How should you label the y-axis?
a) Time (years) b) Games Won c) Winning Years d) Football Games Played
Sam the worm is 3 inches long. What kind of observation: Qualitative, quantitative, or both.
a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Both d) Neither
Scientists are studying the effect of different temperatures on the processing speed of a computer chip. What is the independent variable in this experiment?
a) the type of computer b) the size of the computer c) the temperature inside the computer d) how long it takes the computer to perform a complex calculation
A student wants to know how many students send text messages during lunch at his school. The best way for him to gather this information would be to
a) text his friends during lunch and ask them if they have been texting b) pass out a survey to every student in the school with questions about text messaging c) try to watch every table in the cafeteria and make a note when he sees someone's cell phone. d) Randomly pick tables in the cafeteria and ask how many people have sent text messages during lunch.
A student believes that a red bull improves memory. Two groups of students will be given one before a test. What is the best way to design this experiment?
a) One group should be given the red bull, the other group should be given water. b) One group should given the red bull, the other group should be given a diet red bull. c) One group should be given a math test, the other group should be given a science test. d) One group should be given the beverage, the other group should be given red bull diluted in water.
Which of the following statements is the best argument for daily exercise?
a) There are many enjoyable forms of exercise, such as jogging, soccer, and yoga. b) Stretching before exercise and 30-45 minutes of activity provides the best results. c) For most people, a range of 100 to 120 beats per minute is optimal during exercise. d) Studies show that people who do not exercise are 50% more likely to suffer from heart disease.
Sam the worm is awesome! What kind of observation: Qualitative, quantitative, or both.
a) Qualitative b) Quantitative c) Both d) Neither
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