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What is mass measured in? |
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a) Kilograms (kg) | b) Newtons (N) | c) Newtons per kilogram (N/kg) | d) Bananas | |

What is gravity measured in? |
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a) Kilograms (kg) | b) Newtons (N) | c) Newtons per kilogram (N/kg) | d) Centimeters | |

What is weight measured in? |
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a) Kilograms (kg) | b) Newtons (N) | c) Newtons per kilogram (N/kg) | d) Inches | |

Why is the force of gravity on Earth stronger than on the moon? |
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a) The Earth is bigger. | b) The moon is bigger. | c) The moon has more mass. | d) The Earth has more mass. | |

Which has the most mass? |
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a) Earth | b) The Moon | c) Pluto | d) A Pencil | |

Which changes with location? |
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a) Mass | b) Weight | c) I don't know | d) How much stuff something is made of. | |

What is gravity? |
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a) The force of attraction between 2 bodies having mass. | b) The amount of matter, or stuff, in an object. | c) The force gravity exerts on a body of mass. | d) | |

What is weight? |
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a) The force of attraction between 2 bodies having mass. | b) The amount of matter, or stuff, in an object. | c) The force gravity exerts on a body of mass. | d) | |

What is mass? |
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a) The force of attraction between 2 bodies having mass. | b) The amount of matter, or stuff, in an object. | c) The force gravity exerts on a body of mass. | d) | |

Which is the equation to find mass? |
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a) Mass = Weight / Gravity | b) Mass = Gravity / Weight | c) Mass = Gravity x Weight | d) Mass = Weight x Gravity | |

What is the volume of a tissue box that is 10 inches wide, 10 inches long, and 4 inches tall? |
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a) 140 inches cubed | b) 100 inches cubed | c) 400 inches cubed | d) 40 inches cubed | |

How much space does a book take up that is 20 cm, by 5 cm, by 10 cm? |
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a) 100 cm cubed | b) 100 cm squared | c) 1000 cm cubed | d) 1000 cm squared | |

The water in a graduated cylinder is measured at 35 mL. A marker is then put in the cylinder and the water level rises to 52 mL. What is the volume of the pen? |
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a) 14 mL | b) 15 mL | c) 16 mL | d) 17 mL | |

The water in a graduated cylinder is measured at 35 mL. Some pieces of metal are then put in the cylinder and the water level rises to 87 mL. How many mililiters of space do the pieces of metal take up? |
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a) 52 mL | b) 50 mL | c) 48 mL | d) 46 mL | |

Water displacement is used to measure the volume of a/an |
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a) Box shaped object | b) Irregularly shaped object | c) Regularly shaped object | d) IDK | |

Length x Height x Width can be used to calculate the space taken up by a |
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a) Cube shaped object | b) Irregularly shaped object | c) weird looking object | d) IDK | |

What is the mass of a dog on the surface of Jupiter if the gravitational pull of Jupiter is 30 N/Kg and the house weighs 1,200 N? |
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a) 3,600 Kg | b) 36,000 Kg | c) 40 Kg | d) 400 Kg | |

Weight = |
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a) Mass x Gravity | b) Gravity / Mass | c) Mass / Gravity | d) Who knows!?! | |

We can jump higher on the moon than on Earth because |
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a) The moon's gravitational pull is weaker. | b) The Earth's gravitational pull is weaker. | c) The Earth has less mass. | d) No one knows... | |

You have more mass on the moon vs. on Earth. |
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a) True. | b) True. | c) True. | d) False, because mass doesn't change!!! Unless you eat a burrito then it will change a little. | |

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