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  • Question 1
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    Pressure in gases is a measure of:

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    the number of collisions per second of the particles with the side of the container.

    the force of the collisions of the particles with the side of the container.

    the amount of space taken up by the particles in the container.

    None of the above

  • Question 2
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    Pressure can be exerted by solids, liquids and gases.

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    TRUE

    FALSE

  • Question 3
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    A dam (not the wall) is an example of pressure in:

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    Solids

    Liquids

    Gases

    Plasma

  • Question 4
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    The pressure inside the balloon will:

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    Decrease

    Increase

    Remain the same

    Not enough information to formulate an answer

  • Question 5
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    The pressure of the gas in the balloon in the ice water will be:

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    Greater than that of the balloon in the boiling water.

    Less than that of the balloon in the boiling water.

    The same as that of the balloon in the boiling water.

    Not enough information to answer the statement.

  • Question 6
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    This is an example of the everyday application of pressure in:

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    Solids

    Liquids

    Gases

    Plasma

  • Question 7
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    The pressure inside the syringe will decrease if we move the plunger in:

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    Direction A

    Direction B

    We don't have to move the plunger as the pressure will change on its own.

    None of the above answers.

  • Question 8
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    We can increase the pressure of a gas by:

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    Adding more gas.

    Reduce the volume of the container.

    Increase the temperature of the gas.

    None of the above answers.

  • Question 9
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    Weather balloons travel to a great height gathering data before the balloon bursts. This is because the atmospheric pressure (layer of gas surrounding the earth):

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    Increases the higher you travel.

    Decreases the higher you travel.

    Remains the same.

    Not enough information to answer the question.

  • Question 10
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    The reason gases can be compressed is because:

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    The particles are very close together.

    The particles are merely vibrating.

    The particles are unable to move.

    The particles are very far apart.

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