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212 F or 100 C
a) When water evaporates
b) When water slows down
c) When water boils
d) When ice melts

Temperature is
a) Only in Fahrenheit
b) Only in Celsius
c) A measurement of heat using a temperature scale
d) hot and cold

To change from liquid to a gas at or below boiling point
a) condense
b) evaporation
c) sublimation
d) freeze

If you drew a model of molecules in a solid how would you draw them
a) packed close together
b) floating around spread apart
c) only a few molecules packed together with others far apart
d) no molecules

Why is air matter?
a) It only takes up space
b) it only has a mass
c) it has mass and takes up space
d) it is not matter

What is an example of a chemical change
a) cutting
b) rusting
c) state change
d) molding

What factors change the way molecules behave in matter
a) changes of matter
b) temperature and pressure
c) chemical change and temperature
d) hot and cold

what is matter?
a) anything that has momentum
b) anything that has mass and takes up space
c) the study of properties
d) something that cannot be broken down

Mass, volume, texture, color, and more are all this
a) properties of matter
b) states of matter
c) solids
d) liquids

Amount of space something occupies or contains is
a) matter
b) density
c) volume
d) state

Solid, liquid, gas
a) plasmas
b) states of matter
c) atoms
d) molecules

You can hold on to me, I keep my shape, my particles are packed tight
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

What is it called when matter changes from one state to another
a) water cycle
b) heat energy
c) physical change
d) matter

0 C or 32 F
a) When water evaporates
b) when a gas turns to a liquid
c) when water will freeze
d) when molecules are very fast in H2O

Dry ice is a great example of what process?
a) Melting
b) freezing
c) boiling
d) sublimation

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