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Which of the folowing is the study of things such as rocks, weather, and objects in space?
a) life science b) physical science c) earth science d) chemical science
Which of these is a factor to which experimental results can be compared?
a) constant b) independent variable control dependent variable c) control d) dependent variable
Which is a rule that describes the behavior of something in nature?
a) hypothesis b) observtion c) theory d) law
The process of using scientific discoveries for practical purposes is called ___.
a) technology b) science c) a scientific law d) a scientific theory
Dr. Fred Whipple proposed that a comet was like a dirty snowball. This is an example of ___.
a) a law b) a hypothesis c) a theory d) an observation
What type of questions cannot be solved by scientific methods?
a) difficult questions b) questions about outer space c) ethical questions d) questions about the interior of Earth
Which is NOT an example of matter?
a) air b) heat c) phone d) tree
Which best explains how electrons are arranged around an atom?
a) in a cloud b) in an orbit c) clockwise d) counterclockwise
What is the overall charge of a neutral atom?
a) 7 b) 1 c) 0 d) -1
If an atom has 6 protons and 11 neutrons, what is its mass number?
a) 5 b) 17 c) 6 d) 12
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