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5 Matching questions

  1. Celestial body
  2. Electrical Energy
  3. Runoff
  4. Weight
  5. Mass
  1. a (1) The amount of matter in an object; objects with greater mass have more gravitational pull, such as a large planet. (2) A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
  2. b a natural object in space, such as the sun, moon, a planet, or a star.
  3. c Quantity of water discharged in surface streams which includes over the land and through channels to reach a stream.
  4. d The heaviness of an object; a product of its mass and the force of gravity affecting it.
  5. e A form of energy made available by a flow of electric charge through a conductor.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. A mixture in which particles of one or more substances (the solute) are distributed uniformly throughout another substance (the solvent), so that the mixture is homogeneous.
  2. The blanket of material surrounding the crater that is thrown out during the impact. Usually these are piles of rocks around the circular hole. Often the material is lighter in color than the surface material. It becomes thinner as you move away from the crater.
  3. A place where a break in Earth's crust causes movement.
  4. The temperature at which a substance changes state from a liquid to a solid.
  5. Is the recording of data using scientific instruments; and refer to any data collected during an experiment.

5 True/False questions

  1. Hydrological CycleThe continuous process in which water is circulated throughout the Earth and its atmosphere.


  2. StriationGrooves of scratches found in surface rock that are the result of glacial abrasion


  3. Open CircuitA circuit that has an opening or break that prevents electricity form flowing.


  4. F.F. C.O.NThis is an acronym for (F)ossil (F)uel - (C)oal, (O)il,
    (N)atural gas


  5. OverpopulationA situation that occurs when a population becomes too great in number for the area they occupy, so that resources become scarce