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Anything that has mass and takes up space is called
a) matter
b) energy
c) heterogeneous
d) homogeneous

Table salt and water are examples of
a) atoms
b) elements
c) mixtures
d) substances

The ability to do work or cause change describes
a) temperature
b) density
c) matter
d) energy

How would you calculate the density of an object?
a) Divide its weight by its volume.
b) Divide its mass by its volume.
c) Multilpy its volume times its mass.
d) Multiply its weight times its mass.

In the laboratory, volumes of liquid are usually measured with a(n)
a) electrode
b) scale
c) triple beam balance
d) graduated cylinder

The change in which ice absorbs energy and melts is a(n)
a) endothermic change
b) exothermic change
c) chemical change
d) change in mass

All elements are made of basic particles called
a) compounds
b) mixtures
c) atoms
d) molecules

Fireworks exploding in the sky and giving off light are an example of a(n)
a) endothermic change
b) exothermic change
c) physical change
d) change in mass

One example of a chemical change is
a) filtering a mixture
b) burning wood
c) boiling water
d) crushing a can

One example of a physical change is
a) burning paper
b) baking cookies
c) toasting marshmallows
d) dissolving salt in water

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