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Charles's law states that
a) Volume increases as temperature increases
b) Volume decreases as temperature increases
c) Pressure and temperature are inversely proportional
d) Volume decreases as pressure increases

What is the relationship between pressure and temperature of a gas?
a) As temperature increases pressure increases
b) As volume increases pressure increases
c) As pressure increases temperature decreases
d) There is no noticeable relationship

Boyle's law teaches us that
a) As pressure increases the volume of a gas decreases
b) As pressure increases the volume of a gas increases
c) Volume and pressure of a gas are directly proportional
d) Temperature and pressure of a gas is inversely proportional

Why might a metal door be difficult to open on a hot day? The door
a) Has expanded and the door frame has not
b) Has contracted and the doorframe has expanded
c) Is changing phases and will melt if it gets hot enough
d) Has hinges that rust in warm weather

When a substance goes directly to a solid from the gas state the process is called
a) Deposition
b) Sublimation
c) Melting
d) Freezing

Windows in houses are designed to never fit tightly into the frame of the house. Why might this be?
a) It allows the windows to expand or contract with changing temperatures
b) The windows cannot be built to match every kind of house built
c) The glass will break during installation if pressure is put on it
d) They would not look attractive and be hard to clean

Molecules move fastest in which state?
a) Gas
b) Liquid
c) Solid
d) Absolute zero

Which state of matter takes up the most space?
a) Gas
b) Liquid
c) Solid
d) Absolute zero

Which state of matter has a definite volume, but no definite shape?
a) Liquid
b) Gas
c) Solid
d) Plasma

Which state of matter has a definite shape and a definite volume?
a) Solid
b) Liquid
c) Gas
d) Plasma

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