Matter, Mixtures and Solutions
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• Question 1
180 seconds
Q. Anything that has mass and takes up space. All the "stuff" in an object.
matter
mass
temperature
sugar
• Question 2
30 seconds
Q. The amount of matter in an object or substance.
mass
magnetism
matter
volume
• Question 3
30 seconds
Q. Something that has a definite shape and size.
Liquid
Solid
Gas
Physical Property
• Question 4
30 seconds
Q. The look, feel, taste, sound or smell of an object are said to be its__________________.
States of matter
5 senses
Physical Properties
Mass
• Question 5
30 seconds
Q. ______________ is the force that pulls or pushes magnetic objects.
temperature
heat
matter
magnetism
• Question 6
30 seconds
Q. The 3 States of Matter are  __________, ___________, and ___________.
Volume, Density, and Mass
Solid, Liquid, and Gas
Gas, Liquid, and Volume
Heat, Cold, and Magnetism
• Question 7
30 seconds
Q. A student filled two containers with 50 mL of water and added 10 mg. of sand to the first container, and 10 mg. of salt to the other.
Mixture 1 and 2 are similar because_____________
Both mixtures contain a liquid and solid
Both mixtures can be separated using tweezers
Both mixtures have a solid that will dissolve
Both mixtures can be separated with a magnet
• Question 8
30 seconds
Q. What would happen to a piece of ice if you were to add heat?
The ice would change from a solid to a liquid by melting
The ice would stay a solid
The ice would change from a solid to a liquid through freezing
The ice would change from a solid to a liquid through condensation
• Question 9
30 seconds
Q. Which is an example of liquid water changing into a solid?
Water vapor condensing
a puddle evaporating
rain turning into snow
glacier melting
• Question 10
30 seconds
Q. _____________________ is a combination of two or more substances that can be separated easily and do not form a new substance.
Solution
Liquid
Mixture
Volume
• Question 11
30 seconds
Q. _________________ is a combination of two or more substances that cannot be easily separated.
Mixture
Matter
Temperature
Solution
• Question 12
30 seconds
Q. On a hot summer day water droplets often form on the outside of a cold glass of water.  The water droplets form when water vapor in the air ________________
loses heat on the cold glass
reacts with chemicals in the air
gains energy from sunlight
is moved about quickly by wind
• Question 13
30 seconds
Q. Which tool would be needed to measure the mass of an object?
Ruler
Balance scale
Thermometer
Compass
• Question 14
30 seconds
Q. Students found that a certain object was attracted to a magnet.  This result means that the students now know ____________________.
the length and width of the object
that the object could be made of iron
whether or not the object will float
the mass of the object
• Question 15
30 seconds
Q. A beaker of water was placed on a hot plate and left to sit.  How will the water be affected from the heat of the hot plate?
It will change from a gas to a solid
It will change from a liquid to a gas
It will change from a liquid to a solid
It will change from a gas to a liquid
• Question 16
30 seconds
Q. A sieve is a wide container with a flat bottom.  The bottom has many small holes, all the same size.  Which of the following mixtures could be separated using a sieve?
nuts and raisins
sand and gravel
aluminum nails and iron nails
• Question 17
30 seconds
Q. A student places a banana and an apple on a balance.  Which of these can the student tell by reading the balance?
The banana has less mass than the apple.
The banana is twice as large as the apple.
The banana has more mass than the apple.
The apple has a thicker peel than the banana.
• Question 18
30 seconds
Q. The temperature of two liquids is measured.  What is the difference in their temperatures?
One liquid is hotter than the other
29 degrees
6 degrees
23 degrees
• Question 19
30 seconds
Q. After determining the mass of three different balls, Joey dropped each one into a graduated cylinder and recorded the results.
According to the table, Joey can determine that....
Balls with equal masses will float
The more mass the ball has the more water is displaced.
The masses of the balls is extra information in this experiment
All of the balls will float
• Question 20
30 seconds
Q. According to the illustration, what is the volume of the ball?