# Physical Science Q1 2012 1 - 10: Question Preview (ID: 10452)

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When measuring a liquid in a graduated cylinder, we look for the bottom of the curve of the liquid. This is called the:
a) lower level
b) upper level
c) meniscus
d) medium level

If a student was going to measure the diameter of a frog egg, which SI unit of measurement would be best to use?
a) millimeter
b) meter
c) kilogram
d) celsius

Which instrument do we use to best measure the volume of a liquid?
b) test tube
d) thermometer

A group of students collected data on the amount of colors in a bag of M&Ms. there were 0 brown, 2 yellow, 2 orange, 4 green, 4 blue and 5 red. What is the range?
a) 2
b) 3
c) 5
d) 4

A triple beam balance measures in groups of 100, 10 and 1 to give us mass. Mass is:
b) a government secret
c) the part of a boat that holds the sail
d) the amount of matter in an object or organism

People use graphs in many subject areas, not just math. We use them in Science to:
a) frustrate students
b) make it easier to understand numbers by using images
c) take up space on a paper
d) make us feel smarter

To make data more reliable, an experimenter should
a) increase the number of repeated trials
b) eliminate constants
d) ask the government for more money

Recorded observations are called
a) data
b) repeated trials
c) controls
d) conclusions

An orderly, systematic approach to problem solving is called
a) a joke
b) scientific method
c) a hot mess
d) brainstorming

Matter is anything that has
a) mass and volume
b) weight and density
c) weight and specific gravity
d) mass and weight

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