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How does 5 grams of gold compare to 15 grams of gold?
a) the 15 grams of gold has 3 times the density as the 5 gram sample
b) The 5 gram gold has a 1/2 the density as the 15 gram sample
c) The 15 grams of gold has twice the density as the 5 gram sample
d) the have the same density

How would someone change their guitar to make a HIGHER pitched sound?
a) shortening the strings
b) lengthening the strings
c) strumming the strings with more force
d) strumming the strings with less force

How would someone make a LOUDER sound on their guitar?
a) shortening the strings
b) lengthening the strings
c) strumming the strings with more force
d) strumming the strings with less force

The density of water is 1. Object A has a density of 3.5 and object B has a density of 0.05. Which object will float?
a) Object A
b) Object B
c) Both objects will float
d) Both objects will sink

Why does a penny appear larger when it is placed in a cup o water?
a) refraction
b) reflection
c) absorption
d) scattering

Warm air circulating around your house is an example of...
a) conduction
b) convection
d) transpiration

Why do we see an apple as red?
a) Because everything but red is absorbed
b) Because everything but red is reflected
c) Because everything but red is scattered
d) Because everything but red is refracted

Which part of the electromagnetic spectrum has LESS energy than visible light?
a) xrays
b) gamma rays
d) ultraviolet rays

What part of the eye focuses light waves to the retina?
a) the cornea
b) the lens
c) the pupil
d) the optic nerve

Which part of the ear channels sound down the ear canal?
a) the pinna
b) the cochlea
c) the stirrup
d) the ear drum

Which best explains the relationship between the speed of sound and the medium through which it passes?
a) Sound travels faster in solids because of the increased distance between solid particles.
b) Sound travels faster in air because of the decreased distance between air particles
c) Sound travels slower in air because of increased distance between air particles
d) Sound travels slower in solids because of the decreased distance between solid particles

What is true about sound and light waves?
a) They both travel as transverse waves
b) They both travel as longitudinal waves
c) They both transmit energy
d) They can both travel through a vacuum

During the day, the sand at the beach is very warm, but at night it is cooler. Why does this occur?
a) The sand reflects the sun's energy during the day, causing it to become warmer.
b) The sand absorbs the sun's energy during the day, causing it to become warmer.
c) The sand scatters the sun's energy during the day, causing it to become warmer.
d) The sand refracts the sun's energy during the day, causing it to become warmer.

How does 250 ML of water compare to 500 ML of water?
a) They have the same melting points but different boiling points
b) They have the same boiling point but different melting points
c) They have the same volume but different densities
d) They have the same density but different volumes

How are the atoms in an object affected when the temperature of the object increases?
a) They join together
b) They vibrate faster
c) They vibrate slower
d) They split apart

Kendra has two magnets made of pure iron. What is true about these two magnets?
a) The contain different types of atoms but the same elements,
b) The contain the same types of atoms but different elements.
c) They contain the same types of atoms and elements
d) The contain different types of atoms and elements

A student has two pieces of aluminum foil. Each piece can be folded and rolled into a wire. Why do both pieces of aluminum foil behave the same way?
a) They are composed of different kinds of atoms
b) They have the same physical properties, but different chemical properties
c) The have the same chemical properties, but different physical properties
d) They are composed of the same types of atoms.

What do we call the building blocks of all matter?
a) atoms
b) molecule
c) chemical
d) compound

What happens to the molecules of water when heat is removed from it?
a) The molecules spread apart and move faster
b) The molecules spread apart and move slower
c) The molecules come closer together and move slower
d) The molecules come closer together and move faster

Why are metal pots and pans good for cooking?
a) they are great insulators and allow heat to travel through them
b) they are great conductors and allow heat to travel through them
c) they are great insulators and do not allow heat to travel through them
d) they are great conductors and do not allow heat to travel through them

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