6th GRADE: 2015 Introduction Unit Test-Part 1: Lab Safety And Qualitative And Quantitative Observation: Question Preview (ID: 27226)


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THE TEMPERATURE WAS 25ÂșC is an example of a
a) Quantitative observation b) Qualitative observation c) bad example of an observation d) combination of a qualitative and quantitative observation
THE APPLE IS GREEN is an example of a
a) Qualitative observation b) Quantitative observation c) bad example of an observation d) combination of a quantitative and qualitative observation
THE MILK SMELLS SOUR is an example of a
a) Qualitative observation b) Quantitative observation c) bad example of an observation d) combination of a quantitative and qualitative observation
Qualitative observations are observations that
a) uses the five senses b) uses numbers c) are more accurate d) are less accurate
Quantitative observations are observations that
a) uses numbers b) uses the five senses c) are more accurate d) are less accurate
THERE ARE 3 DOGS is an example of what type of observation?
a) Quantitative b) Qualitative c) None of the answers are correct d) A combination of quantitative and qualitative
What should you know the location of?
a) Fire blanket and Fire extinguisher b) Where to put your homework c) Ms. Moss's desk d) Your computer bag
What should you always wear when working with chemicals and glassware?
a) safety glasses b) long sleeves c) earbuds d) face mask
What should you do if you have long hair and you're going to be working with an open flame?
a) Tie your hair back b) Get a hair cut c) Comb your hair forward d) Not come to class
THE LEAVES HAVE TURNED RED is an example of a
a) Qualitative observation b) Quantitative observation c) bad example of an observation d) combination of a qualitative and quantitative observation
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