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What is it when water is heated up and turns into a gas?
a) melts b) freezes c) evaporates d) condenses
How does temperature affect states of matter?
a) increase temperature makes matter melt or evaporate b) INCREASE temperature makes matter condense or freeze c) both of the above d) none of the above
What is it when butter is heated up and it turns into a liquid?
a) condenses b) evaporates c) freezes d) melts
Why is lemonade an example of a mixture?
a) Because you have to mix things together to make lemonade. b) Because 2 states of matter are combined - a liquid (water) and a solid (sugar). c) Because it tastes good. d) None of the above answers.
What is the change in matter when a liquid changes to a solid?
a) freezes b) evaporates c) melts d) condenses
Why is chicken noodle soup considered a mixture?
a) Because it has a liquid in the chicken noodle soup. b) Because 2 state of matter combine - liquid (soup) and solid (chicken and vegetables) c) Because you have to stir the chicken noodle soup. d) None of the above.
What is a property?
a) something someone owns b) something I can purchase c) a quality or feature that can be used to describe something d) all of the above
What are the 3 forms of matter?
a) solid, liquid, and gas b) liquid, gas, and rocks c) gas, helium, and wood d) none of the above
Why are frogs, basketballs, and cars examples of matter?
a) because they are things b) because they take up space and have weight c) because I like them d) none of the above
Examples of properties are:
a) weight, mass, and diameter b) number of sides, angles, and shape c) color, size, shape, and temperature d) none of the above
What is matter?
a) Anything that takes up more than 5 inches. b) Anything that takes up space and has weight. c) Anything that takes up space and weighs more than 100 pounds. d) none of the above
What are the properties of a solid?
a) Takes up space and the shape stays the same when moved from place to place b) Takes up space and is invisible c) Can squeeze into a smaller shape. d) Has no shape at all.
What are the properties of a liquid?
a) can squeeze into a smaller shape and is invisible b) doesn't keep the same shape when moved from one place to another and can't squeeze into a smaller space c) weighs more than 10 pounds d) none of the above
What are the properties of a gas?
a) does not take up space and is invisible b) shape stays the same when moved from place to place c) takes up space and is invisible d) none of the above
What does it mean when a gas changes into a liquid?
a) condenses b) melts c) freezes d) evaporates
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