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How many centimeters are in a meter?
a) 1 b) 5 c) 10 d) 100
Jaxon wants to know how much water is in his fish tank. What unit should he use?
a) grams b) liters c) meters d) Just find out how many slinkies will fit.
Units in the metric system are divided by
a) 1's b) 5's c) 10's d) 12's
The base unit of mass is
a) gram b) liter c) meter d) second
km is the abbreviation for
a) kilogram b) kiloliter c) kilometer d) slinky
Dahlia wants to find the mass and volume of a small rock. What tools should she use?
a) meter stick and scale b) graduated cylinder and meter stick c) scale and graduated cylinder d) I just want to play with slinkies.
What unit would we use to measure your mass?
a) milligram b) gram c) kilogram d)
We use a scale to measure
a) volume b) mass c) temperature d) time
Why do we use the metric system in science class?
a) It is more difficult and confusing. b) It is simpler and more organized. c) It uses inches and feet. d) It uses inches and feet.
Millimeters are the best unit to measure
a) mass of a grape b) length of a lab table c) he tip of a pencil d) the length of a slinky
What is the difference between mass and weight?
a) Nothing. They are both the same. b) Mass is how much material is in an object and weight measures the force of gravity. c) Weight is how much material is in an object and mass measures the force of gravity. d) Slinkies are the best toy ever!
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What was the frog's hypothesis?
a) The frog was hungry. b) I bet that bug will taste good c) The frog ate the bug. d) That bug tastes gross.
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What was the test
a) The frog was hungry. b) That bug will taste good. c) The frog ate the bug. d) That bug tastes gross.
A frog was hungry. It saw a green bug. I bet that bug will taste good, thought the frog. With a flick of its tongue the frog ate the bug. Yuck! said thee frog. That bug tastes gross. What is the conclusion?
a) The frog was hungry. b) That bug will taste good. c) The frog ate the bug. d) That bug tastes gross.
a graduated cylinder is __________ than a beaker.
a) more precise b) less precise c) bigger d) smaller
A well-designed experiment should have a hypothesis.
a) true b) false c) Everyone loves slinkies. d)
The lead ball has a measured mass of 115 grams. This statement is
a) an inference b) an opinion c) a prediction d) an observation
Which of these statements describes a trade-off?
a) The car gets good gas mileage, but the engines power is decreased. b) A sports drink taste is improved and its nutritional value stays the same. c) A computer is updated, but its price remains the same. d) There are no trade-offs with slinkies. Slinkies are perfect.
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