8th Grade Chapter 4 Section 3: Question Preview (ID: 4602)


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What is particles of a fluid move from high to low concentrations, it is called ___________.
a) Diffusion b) Heat c) Temperature d) Kinetic energy
An amount of force within a given area is __________.
a) Pressure b) Gravity c) Diffusion d) Kinetic energy
If there is a water pumping station down the block and they decide to increase the water pressure, who would feel the greatest increase?
a) They would all feel the same amount b) The faucet in the bathroom of the station c) The house next door d) The house down the block and the end of the pumping line
The amount of matter within a given space is called _________.
a) Density b) Diffusion c) Pressure d) Buoyancy
If an object's density is less than the fluid it is surrouding, it will ______________.
a) Float b) Sink c) Increase in kinetic energy d) Decrease in temperature
Is oxygen a fluid?
a) Yes b) No c) I have no idea! d) Sort of
Who came up with a theory about pressure?
a) Pascal b) Archimedes c) Dalton d) Einstein
Who came up with a theory about buoyancy?
a) Archimedes b) Pascal c) Dalton d) Einstein
If the weight of the water that an object displaces is greater than the gravitational force pulling it downward, the object will ____.
a) Float b) Sink c) Who knows!? d) Increase in density
If the amount of particles decreases within an enclosed space, the overall pressure will _________.
a) decrease b) increase c) absorb energy d) lower the principle
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