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Unit 2 Review
Properties of Matter (Elementary Science)
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1. Sally is describing the physical properties of two different types of rocks. Which of the following physical properties can Sally observe by using measuring tools?
A. volume and hardness
B. texture and weight
C. mass and volume
D. color and hardness
mass and volume
2. Bennett is observing the physical properties of a cotton ball, a foam ball, a lump of clay, and a ball of paper. All of the objects are the same size. Which of the following objects can Bennett conclude would MOST LIKELY have the greatest mass?
A. Ball of paper
B. Lump of clay
C. Foam ball
D. Cotton ball
Lump of clay
3. Which of these is a solid form of water?
A. Water skiing
B. Splashing someone in a pool
C. Running through a sprinkler
D. Downhill skiing
4. Which of the following objects can Mrs. Jones predict will be attracted to a magnet?
A. Aluminum foil and a steel key
B. Iron nails and pebbles
C. Plastic beads and aluminum foil
D. Steel key and iron nails
Steel key and iron nails
5. Mr. Emmans finds a mysterious substance in the school cafeteria. Which of the following would help him tell if the substance is made of iron?
A. It would have a metal smell.
B. It would be able to float.
C. It would be attracted to a magnet.
D. It would be repealed by a magnet.
It would be attracted to a magnet.
6. Five students tested how quickly water temperature will go up based on the color of paper under the beaker. All of their beakers were the same and the amounts of water were the same. All of the groups got the same result, except for Group A. What MOST LIKELY accounts for the difference in their result?
A. Group A did not put their results in a chart or graph.
B. Group A had a smaller beaker.
C. Group A did not make a prediction.
D. Group A did not take accurate measurements.
Group A did not take accurate measurements
7. Miss Wagner fills an empty box with 1 cm cubes. She puts in 100 cubes that completely fill the box. Which of the following properties does Miss Wagner measure by using the cubes?
8. Mrs. Geoffrion puts a beaker of water with a thermometer on a hot plate. Which of the following would her students NOT observe?
A. As the water reaches the boiling point, it begins to bubble.
B. Heat moves from the beaker to the water.
C. The water begins to boil at 100 degrees C.
D. Water vapor escapes the pot as the water boils.
Heat moves from the beaker to the water
9. In Mrs. Geoffrion's class, four students each conduct the same investigation. Three students get the same results. However, Sally, has different results. Which of the following is the MOST LIKELY reason that Sally's results are different?
A. She took more time to do the investigation.
B. She changed the procedures.
C. She recorded her results.
D. She made a different hypothesis.
She changed the procedures
10. Missy tests some objects with a magnet. The magnet attracts some objects, but not others. What can Missy conclude about the objects that the magnet attracts?
A. They are made of plastic.
B. They are made of some metals.
C. They are not made of metal.
D. They are made of soft materials.
They are made of some metals
11. Stacey is conducting an investigation with magnets. Which of the following statements is a prediction Stacey might make before conducting her investigation?
A. A magnet can change the direction of a compass.
B. All magnets have a north and south pole.
C. Horseshoe and bar are two types of magnets.
D. A magnet will attract objects made of metal.
A magnet will attract objects made of metal
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