Living or Non-Living?
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  • Question 1
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    Q. Is a mushroom growing from the ground living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    One alive
    None of the above
  • Question 2
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    Q. Is a plant living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    All of the above
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
  • Question 3
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    Q. Is fire living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Once Alive
    Nonliving
    Alive
    None of the above
  • Question 4
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    Q. Is a robot living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 5
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    Q. Is a mummy living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 6
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    Q. Is water living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 7
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    Q. Is lightning living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 8
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    Q. Are stars, like the sun, living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once living
    None of the above
  • Question 9
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    Q. Is paper living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 10
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    Q. Is bacteria living, nonliving, or once alive? 
    answer choices
    Living
    Nonliving
    Once alive
    None of the above
  • Question 11
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    Q. How do we know that coral is alive? 
    answer choices
    It grows.
    It reproduces.
    It uses energy. 
    All of the above. 
  • Question 12
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    Q. How do we know that a seed is alive? 
    answer choices
    It grows and develops. 
    It comes from the Earth. 
    It has a protective shell. 
    They are often carried by the wind. 
  • Question 13
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    Q. How do we know a phone is not alive? 
    answer choices
    It doesn't consume energy. 
    It doesn't reproduce on its own. 
    It doesn't respond to its environment. 
    It doesn't maintain homeostasis (balance, like temperature control, with its environment). 
  • Question 14
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    Q. What does it mean for something to maintain stable homeostasis? 
    answer choices
    The thing consumes energy in order to survive. 
    The thing maintains a balance with its external environment (temperature, for example). 
    The thing grows and develops over an extended period of time. 
    The thing is made up cells, which give it structure and balance. 
  • Question 15
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    Q. What does it mean for an organism (living thing) to respond to external stimulus? 
    answer choices
    The organism moves, reacts, or somehow utilizes resources from the external environment. 
    The organism uses energy from the environment, like solar energy, to create food for itself. 
    The organism becomes afraid when a predator appears nearby and flees. 
    All of the above. 
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