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Solid, Liquid, Gas, Boiling, Melting/Freezing Point.[print questions]

When sand and water are mixed together, do they maintain (keep) their physical properties?
a) No, the water changes color.
b) No, the sand dissolves.
c) Yes, the properties of the sand and water do not change.
d) No, the sand changes shape.

When liquid turns into a gas, we say it is-
a) condensing
b) freezing
c) melting
d) evaporating

The freezing point of water is 0 degrees Celsius. What is the melting point?
a) Also 0 degrees Celsius
b) There is no melting point.
c) Ice doesn't melt.
d) 100 degrees Celsius

When a solid changes to a liquid, we call this-

Water MELTS when it gets above-
a) 100 degrees Celsius
b) 0 degrees Celsius
c) 200 degrees Celsius
d) 50 degrees Celsius

What is the freezing point of water?
a) 10 degrees Celsius
b) 200 degrees Celsius
c) 100 degrees Celsius
d) 0 degrees Celsius

What is the boiling point of water?
a) 100 degrees Celsius
b) 50 degrees Celsius
c) 0 degrees Celsius
d) 200 degrees Celsius

How do water molecules move when they heat up?
a) They move faster.
b) They move slower.
c) They freeze.
d) They change shape.

Which of these statements is UNTRUE (NOT true)?
a) The Sun is made of gases.
b) Oil is a solid.
c) Water is a liquid.
d) Carbon Dioxide is a gas.

Which liquid has a greater density?
a) Oil
b) Water
c) Honey
d) Soap

You perform a science experiment and you get some strange results that don't seem correct. What do you do?
a) Change your hypothesis.
b) Give up.
c) Repeat the experiment.
d) Write down everything and make a conclusion.

Some physical properties of matter are-
a) mass
b) size
c) magnetism
d) All of the above

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