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  • CHANGING STATES What change of state is shown?

    Liquid to gas
    Solid to gas
    Gas to liquid
    Solid to liquid


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  • The two magnets were placed near each other on a table top. Which statement about the magnetic force of these two magnets is true?

    The two magnets will be attracted to each other.
    The two magnets will repel each other.
    There will be no force between the magnets.
    The magnetic force will change the magnets.


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  • PAPER CLIP ELECTROMAGNETS Rachel made four electromagnets by winding coils of copper wire around a nail. She connected each end of the wire to a battery to form an electromagnet which she used to pick up paper clips. In this experiment, what kind of energy is changed directly into magnetic energy?

    Heat energy
    Electrical energy
    Chemical energy
    Light energy


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  • Leshawna used the same force in the same way to push on three boxes. The boxes weighed 3 kg, 5 kg, and 10 kg. Which box moved most quickly, and which moved most slowly?

    The 10 kg box moved most quickly; the 3 kg box moved most slowly.
    The 5 kg box moved most quickly; the 10 kg box moved most slowly.
    The 10 kg box moved most quickly; the 5 kg box moved most slowly.
    The 3 kg box moved most quickly; the 10 kg box moved most slowly.


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  • WALKING FIELD TRIP Mrs. Baker's class went on a walking field trip to a river near the school. They stopped at four places along the way and collected samples of earth materials. Here is a table of what they found. From the information in the table, answer the questions that follow. Which sample of material might be used for energy to make electricity?

    1
    2
    3
    4


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  • WALKING FIELD TRIP Mrs. Baker's class went on a walking field trip to a river near the school. They stopped at four places along the way and collected samples of earth materials. Here is a table of what they found. From the information in the table, answer the questions that follow. Which material would be part of the ingredients used to make cement sidewalks?

    1
    2
    3
    4


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  • How can police detectives use the dirt on a suspect’s shoes as evidence that the suspect was in a certain location?

    Shoes react differently to different types of soils.
    Footprints are often left in the soft dirt.
    Each shoe leaves a unique footprint.
    Soils differ from place to place in color and texture.


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  • Which statement best describes Earth's movement in relation to the sun?

    The sun goes around the Earth.
    The sun and Earth go around each other.
    The Earth goes around the sun.
    The sun and Earth go around other planets.


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  • If all green plants died, would lions survive?

    Yes, lions do not eat green plants.
    Yes, lions could still eat other animals.
    No, the animals that lions eat need to eat green plants.
    No, they would have no more plants to eat.


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  • Animals have adaptations that help them in survival. One example of this is the giraffe’s long neck. What primary purpose does this adaptation serve?

    Protection from heat
    Gathering of food
    Protection from predators
    Increased speed


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  • FOOD CYCLE Which picture represents a decomposer?

    A
    B
    C
    D


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  • FOOD CYCLE Which picture represents a producer?

    A
    B
    C
    D


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  • A frog is a vertebrate that can also be classified as

    an amphibian.
    a fish.
    a reptile.
    an arthropod.


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  • Eduardo pours himself a glass of cola with ice in it. Identify which objects are solid, liquid, and gas.

    The cola is the solid, the ice is the liquid, and the bubbles are the gas.
    The ice is the solid, the bubbles are the liquids, and the cola is the gas.
    The bubbles are the solids, the cola is the liquid, and the ice is the gas.
    The ice is the solid, the cola is the liquid, and the bubbles are the gas.


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  • When you hook up a battery to a complete circuit, what flows through the wires from one pole of the battery to the other?

    Heat
    Electricity
    Light
    Sound


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  • TEMPERATURE CHART A class recorded the outdoor temperatures at noon on the first day of the month all year. They made this chart. What was the temperature on the first day of March?

    30º
    75º
    35º
    40º


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  • TEMPERATURE CHART A class recorded the outdoor temperatures at noon on the first day of the month all year. They made this chart. If you compared the temperature on the first day of October with the first day of January, you would find the temperature

    went down.
    stayed the same.
    rose slightly.
    rose a lot.


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  • FOOD WEB Look at the figure. It shows some of the animals that live on an island. The arrows show the source of energy for these living creatures. For example, the arrow pointing from the fish to the seal shows that the seals eat fish as a source of energy. What do marine birds eat as a source of energy?

    Berries
    Fish
    Leaves
    Mushrooms


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  • FOOD WEB Look at the figure. It shows some of the animals that live on an island. The arrows show the source of energy for these living creatures. For example, the arrow pointing from the fish to the seal shows that the seals eat fish as a source of energy. According to this diagram, what do insects and fish eat as a source of energy?

    Meat eaters
    Plant eaters
    Plants
    Decomposers


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  • FOOD WEB Look at the figure. It shows some of the animals that live on an island. The arrows show the source of energy for these living creatures. For example, the arrow pointing from the fish to the seal shows that the seals eat fish as a source of energy. For a source of energy, arctic foxes eat

    grass.
    flowers.
    insects.
    seals.


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