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Which of the following is a principle of the kinetic theory of matter?
a) All molecules of matter are in constant motion b) The warmer an object is, the slower its molecules move c) Some molecules of matter are in constant motion d) Matter is made up of 4 different states
This is the maximum amount of permanent change a solid may be subjected to without breaking.
a) plasticity b) elasticity c) bending d) compression
What is the force that push in on a material, trying to squeeze the atoms together?
a) compression b) bending c) plasticity d) torsion
This is shear force moving in a circle, also seen as twisting.
a) torsion b) compression c) bending d) plasticity
The ability of a solid to recover its original shape after being deformed is
a) elasticity b) bending c) plasticity d) compression
The kind of deformation that is a combination of stretching and compression is
a) bending b) elasticity c) plasticity d) torsion
Which of the following is the molecular arrangement of atoms or molecules in a well-ordered pattern?
a) crystalline b) amorphous c) ionic d) tetrahedral
The scale used for classifying the hardness of minerals.
a) Mohs b) Brinell c) Archimedes d) Newton
A change in shape for a solid is known as a
a) deformation b) shapeshifting c) standard d) level
Which of the following equations represents Hooke’s Law?
a) F = kx b) KE = 1/2 mv2 c) PE = mgh d) P = F/A
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