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What two senses should be used to observe materials in a laboratory?
a) seeing and hearing
b) seeing and tasting
c) touching and smelling
d) touching and tasting

color, shape, and hardness are all examples of
a) chemical properties
b) chemical reactions
c) physical properties
d) states of matter

Which state of matter do we see the least?
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

What happens when water freezes to become a solid?
a) its container overflows and causes a spill
b) you can see steam rising in the air
c) ice is formed
d) it has no shape at all

From the following, identify the best example of a physical change
a) a rocket explodes in mid air
b) ice cream melts
c) a table is moved from one room to another
d) flouride is added to drinking water

melting, freezing, and evaporating are examples of:
a) a chemical change
b) flammability
c) reactivity
d) a change in the state of matter

What happens when a physical change occurs?
a) a new substance is formed
b) the amount of mass in the object decreases
c) the atoms are rearranged
d) the substance looks different, but the atoms are arranged the same

weight is a measurement of an object's
a) density
b) mass
c) volume
d) response to the force of gravity

The fourth state of matter is:
a) plasma
b) heat
c) snow
d) gas

If an object has a mass of 18 grams on Earth, its mass on the moon is:
a) 18 grams
b) 3 grams
c) 5 grams
d) 10 grams

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