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Temperature is measured in what kind of units?
a) centimeters b) kilgorams c) degrees d) pounds
Early one morning a thermometer reads 65 degrees Fahrenheit. Later that day the same thermometer reads 90 degrees Fahrenheit. What is the difference in temperature that day?
a) 30 degrees warmer b) 35 degrees colder c) 24 degrees difference d) 25 degrees difference
Which answer best explains why you would wear thick, warm clothes in bitterly cold weather?
a) to conduct heat b) to keep you cool c) to make heat d) to help insulate against the cold
What is used to keep objects cold?
a) cardboard b) chemicals c) conductor d) insulator
Two houses are identical in every way except one. House A has styrofoam insulation behind every wall, beneath the floor, and above the ceiling. House B has empty space (air) behind every wall, beneath the floor, and above the ceiling. Which is true?
a) The family in House A will spend more to cool the house during the summer. b) The family in House B will spend less to heat the house during the winter. c) The family in House A will spend less to warm the house during the winter. d) The families in Houses A and B will spend equal amounts to cool and heat the house.
The force that creates heat energy when an eraser is rubbed across paper is...
a) electricity. b) friction. c) fire. d) radiation.
Which method describes the best way to create friction?
a) Place a plate in soapy water. b) Burn a piece of wood in the fire. c) Pour water into a glass. d) Use sandpaper on a piece of wood.
Emily put hot water in a cup. When she picked up the cup, the handle was very hot. Which tells why the handle was hot?
a) Heat moved from the handle to the air. b) Heat moved from the hot water to the handle. c) Heat moved form Emily to the handle. d) Heat moved from the air to the handle.
What happens to the liquid inside the thermometer when the temperature decreases?
a) The liquid changes to a gas form. b) The liquid changes to a solid form. c) The liquid takes up more space. d) The liquied takes up less space.
What happens to the liquid inside the thermometer when the temperature increases?
a) The liquid changes to a gas form. b) The liquid changes to a solid form. c) The liquid takes up more space. d) The liquied takes up less space.
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