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Matter is anything that-
a) Has mass and gravitational pull b) Has mass and takes up space c) Moves on its own d) Changes the speed of an object
The amount of space taken up by an object is called-
a) Volume b) Inertia c) Gravity d) Force
Weight is an object's mass pulled by the force of-
a) Inertia b) Volume c) Gravity d) Force
Which is NOT one of the ways in which matter can be combined?
a) In a solution b) In a mixture c) In a mass d) In a suspension
Which of the following is the best example of a mixture-
a) Milk and water stirred together b) Rocks in a glass of water c) Oil floating on top of water d) Sugar dissolved in water
Which of the following is the best example of a suspension?
a) Milk and water stirred together b) Rocks in a glass of water c) Oil floating on top of water d) Sugar dissolved in water
Which of the following is the best example of a solution?
a) Rocks mixed into a box of sand b) Rocks in a glass of water c) Oil floating on top of water d) Sugar dissolved in water
Air is a-
a) Mixture of different gases b) Substance that is easily separated c) Substance that can only be separated by a magnet d) Solution of different gases
Salt dissolved in water can be separated by-
a) Evaporating the water b) Using a magnet c) Using a spoon d) Stirring it quickly
Which substances, when mixed together, will maintain their orginal physical properties?
a) Rocks and sand b) Salt and water c) Water and milk d) Milk and sugar
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