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It is important to keep careful records of a science experiment because...
a) Other scientists need to know exactly what you did and how much materials you used in order to repeat the experiment. b) Other scientists will make fun of you. c) Other scientists do not care. d) Other scientists want to know what you did wrong.
What happens when light is refracted?
a) It is absorbed by objects. b) It bounces off objects. c) It is bends. d) It disappears.
Which is the largest?
a) Mercury b) Venus c) Mars d) Jupiter
One of Earth's rotations equals one day or...
a) 48 hours b) 36 hours c) 24 hours d) 6 hours.
What should you do to keep an object moving?
a) Stare at the object. b) Put something on top of the object. c) Apply friction. d) Apply a force.
What are the mediums through which sound will NOT travel?
a) liquid b) solid c) empty space d) gases
Which statement is true?
a) Planets orbit stars. b) Stars orbit planets. c) Planets orbit the asteroid belt. d) Stars orbit the asteroid belt.
If you are on a seesaw and you are down when your friend is up, what force would you apply if you want to go up?
a) friction b) gravity c) push d) pull
Why does the volume of sound decrease as it moves farther away from its source?
a) The vibrations stop. b) Air slows down the sound wave. c) The amplitude of a sound wave increases. d) The energy in the sound wave become more spread out.
Which object is transparent?
a) soda can b) paper c) air d) skittles
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