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Which one is an example of a QUALITATIVE observation
a) Ms. Mayes is 86 years old
b) There are two light bulbs burned out in the room
c) My shirt is black with silver buttons
d)

Mr Pickinpaugh is
a) The most amazing teacher ever
b) Fun
c) Awesome
d) All the above

Which one is a QUANTITATIVE observation
a) The room is cold
b) it is currently seventy six degrees outside.
c) Ms. Mayes is old.
d) The juice was purple and very cold

Which sequence has the steps of inquiry in the correct order?
a) Question, Hypothesis, Experiment, Record and Analyze Data, Conclusion
b) Question, Record and Analyze Data,Hypothesis, Experiment, , Conclusion
c) Hypothesis, Question, Experiment, Record and Analyze Data, Conclusion
d) Question, Hypothesis, Experiment, Conclusion, Record and Analyze Data,

A wave that requires a medium to transfer its energy
a) Electromagnetic Wave
b) Mechanical Wave
c) Light Wave
d)

A wave, consisting of changing electric and magnetic fields, that is emitted by vibrating electrical charges and can travel through a vacuum
a) Chemical Wave
b) Electromagnetic Wave
c) Mechanical Wave
d)

A wave in which the particles of the medium move perpendicularly to the way the wave is moving
a) Longitudinal Wave
b) Transverse Wave
c) Chemical Wave
d)

A wave in which the particles of the medium vibrate parallel to the direction of the wave movement.
a) Longitudinal Wave
b) Transverse Wave
c) Chemical Wave
d)

Material that energy can transfer through
a) Medium
b) Frequency
c) Amplitude
d) Wave

Sound waves would travel the slowest through
a) Water
b) Concrete
c) Atmosphere
d)

The only waves that can travel through space are?
a) a. Chemical Waves
b) b. Electromagnetic waves
c) c. Mechanical waves
d) d. ocean waves

The transfer of energy moving through a medium
a) Wave
b) Medium
c) Amplitude
d) Frequency

Sound waves would travel faster through
a) Solids
b) Liquids
c) Gas
d)

Predict what would happen to a mechanical wave if it did not transfer through a medium?
a) The wave would grow larger.
b) It would producce more energy
c) The wave would not exist
d) The wave would grow smaller

What happens when a pebble is dropped in a pond?
a) A. The water waves absorb
b) B. The water waves compress
c) C. The water waves reflect
d) D. The water waves spread out

What are the 2 main types of mechanical waves?
a) A. Amplitude and Frequency
b) B. Electromagnetic and Mechanical
c) C. Longitudinal and Transverse
d) D. Sound and Light

The top of a TRANSVERSE wave is called the
a) Trough
b) Amplitude
c) Crest
d) Wave Height

A measure of how far the particles in the medium move away from the normal rest position.
a) Frequency
b) Wave Height
c) Wave Period
d) Amplitude

The distance from any point on a wave to an identical point on the next wave
a) Wave Height
b) Wave Length
c) Amplitude
d) Rest Position

What is the relationship between frequency, wavelength, and energy.
a) The shorter the wave length the shorter the frequency the lower the energy
b) Shorter wave lengths have higher frequency and higher energy. longer wave lengths have low frequency and low energy
c) The longer the wave length the higher the frequency the lower the energy
d) There is no relationship between frequency, wave length, and energy

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