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Ice becomes water when it reaches what point?
a) Boiling Point b) Breaking Point c) Multiple Points d) Melting Point
Tearing a piece of paper is a form of what change?
a) Chemical Change b) Political Change c) Physical Change d) Spare Change
What number is most likely the Density of a liquid?
a) .01 g/ml b) 1.02 g/ml c) .000092 g/ml d) 10.2 g/ml
What is NOT an example of a gas?
a) Air b) Helium c) CO2 d) Rain
Which is an example of sublimation?
a) Dry Ice Vapors b) Water turning into a gas c) Breathing d) Ice melting
Which is an example of condensation?
a) Dry Ice Vapors b) Water on the outside of a glass. c) Breathing d) Ice melting
Which is an example of evaporation?
a) Dry Ice Vapors b) Water turning to a gas c) Breathing d) Ice Melting
When something freezes, what happens to the particles?
a) The particles stop. b) The particles speed up. c) Nothing d) The particles slow down and vibrate in place.
What is a description of gas?
a) Particles tightly packed. b) Particles vibrating rapidly. c) Particles that take up a small space d) No definite shape or volume.
Which fact is true for solids? A. All of the answers below. B. They are made of particles that hold their form. C. Their particles are actually vibrating. D. They can be changed by
a) All answers are correct. b) They are made of particles that hold their shape. c) Their particles are actively vibrating. d) They can be melted by adding energy.
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