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The amount of matter in a solid, liquid, or gass
a) weight b) velocity c) mass d) matter
The force of Earth's pull on an object
a) weight b) velocity c) matter d) mass
The physical process where there is a change from a solid to a liquid
a) freezing b) melting c) mass d) steaming
Physical changes causes
a) a change in the substance b) no change in the shape or appearance c) chemical reactions d) no change in the substance
A Chemical Change causes
a) a new substance to be created b) only a change in the shape c) only a change in the state of the matter d) no change in the substance
The following can cause a physical change to happen more quickly
a) only scientists can make them speed up b) temperature changes c) shape changes d) nothing speeds up physical changes
A change of a solid into a liquid is called
a) melting b) solute c) solidifying d) freezing
A change of a liquid into a solid is called
a) melting b) solute c) solidifying d) freezing
This is an example of a chemical change
a) paper being cut into pieces b) A balloon inflating with air c) water being frozen into ice cubes d) iron left outside producing rust
Photosynthesis is an example of
a) chemical change because in the process plants make sugar b) neither chemical or physical change c) a physical change because in the process plants make sugar d) both chemical and physical change
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