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Which of the following has both a definite shape and volume?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

In order for ice to melt, what must occur?
a) a decrease in energy
b) an increase in energy
c) no change in energy
d) heat must be taken away

How could you describe the movement of milk molecules?
a) They move very rapidly, bouncing off one another.
b) They vibrate very slowly.
c) They flow around one another.
d) They have no movement at all.

The most abundant phase of matter is
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

You can smell the aroma of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies due to the movement of
a) gas molecules
b) liquid molecules
c) solid molecules
d) chocolate chips

Fire is often considered to be
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

A liquid's resistance to flow is known as
a) surface tension
b) freezing
c) viscosity
d) boiling

a) have a definite shape
b) have a definite volume
c) Can be compressed easily
d) All of the above

Beads of water, known as dew, form on blades of grass because of
a) viscosity
b) molecular movement
c) an increase in heat energy
d) surface tension

a) do not have a definite volume
b) take the shape of their container
c) can be easily compressed
d) all flow at the same rate

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