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Physical Science Chapter 2 & 3
states of matter
solid
liquid
viscosity
the physical forms of matter, which include solid, liquid, ga…
A form of matter that has a definite shape and volume
the state of matter that has a definite volume but not a defi…
the resistance of a gas or liquid to flow
states of matter
the physical forms of matter, which include solid, liquid, ga…
solid
A form of matter that has a definite shape and volume
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Chapter 2 and 3 key terms Science
Matter
Chemistry
Substance
Physical property
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Study of properties of matter and how matter changes
A single kind of matter that is pure meaning it always has a…
A characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed wit…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Chemistry
Study of properties of matter and how matter changes
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Chapter 2; 2.3 Science
seeds require three main things in ord…
a deep sleep
a swell start; first state of germinat…
downward growth; second state of germi…
moisture, favorable temperature, and oxygen
seeds remain dormant for long periods of time
the seed begins to swell by absorbing or soaking up water.
the embryo grows a radicle that pushes its way through the so…
seeds require three main things in ord…
moisture, favorable temperature, and oxygen
a deep sleep
seeds remain dormant for long periods of time
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Science Chapter 2 Key Concepts
Matter
Volume
Properties of Matter
Weight
is the amount of matter in an object.
the amount of space taken up by an object.
volume and mass
a measure of the gravitational force on an object
Matter
is the amount of matter in an object.
Volume
the amount of space taken up by an object.
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Science Ch 2/3
protons + neutrons = __________________
electrons = __________________
# of protons = _______________
how many atoms of hydrogen are in one…
atomic mass
# of protons
atomic number
2 atoms
protons + neutrons = __________________
atomic mass
electrons = __________________
# of protons
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science chapter 2 & 3 key terms
conduction
heat
temperature
kinetic energy
the process of transferring energy by direct contact
the energy that is being transferred
a measure of the average kinetic energy of the atoms or molec…
the energy of a moving object
conduction
the process of transferring energy by direct contact
heat
the energy that is being transferred
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Science Key Terms Chapter 2-3
Chemical Energy
Chemical Reaction
Electrochemical Cell
Electrode
Chemical energy is energy that is stored in chemical compounds.
A process in which substances turns into new substances with…
A device that turns chemical energy into electric energy.
A metal found in an electrochemical cell that is immersed in…
Chemical Energy
Chemical energy is energy that is stored in chemical compounds.
Chemical Reaction
A process in which substances turns into new substances with…
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Science Chapter 2 Key Vocabulary
magnetism
magnetic field
magnetic poles
generator
a force that acts on moving electric charges and on magnetic…
the space around a magnet in which magnetic forces operate
the two ends of a magnet
a machine that turns coils of wire around powerful magnets
magnetism
a force that acts on moving electric charges and on magnetic…
magnetic field
the space around a magnet in which magnetic forces operate
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Chapter 2 Section 3 Science Key Terms
Physical Change
Chemical Change
Law of Conservation of Mass
Energy
A change in a substance that does not change its identity
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
The principle that the total amount of matter is neither crea…
The ability to do work or cause change
Physical Change
A change in a substance that does not change its identity
Chemical Change
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
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Science 8 Chapter 2&3
Chemical Property
Physical Property
sublimation
evaporation
how matter reacts to other energy or other matter
description of matter based on observations and measurements
solid to gas with out turning into a liquid
liquid to a gas
Chemical Property
how matter reacts to other energy or other matter
Physical Property
description of matter based on observations and measurements
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Chapter 2.2 and 2.3 key vocabulary
Producer (autotroph)
Consumer (heterotroph)
Herbivore
Primary consumer
Organisms able to use raw inorganic materials (like water and…
Organisms that must consume or digest other organisms or orga…
A consumer that eats primarily plant material to survive.
Another word for an herbivore
Producer (autotroph)
Organisms able to use raw inorganic materials (like water and…
Consumer (heterotroph)
Organisms that must consume or digest other organisms or orga…
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Science Chapter 2 & 3
Fault
Focus
Aftershock
P waves
a break in earths crust where slabs of rock slips past each o…
the point beneath earths surface where rock breaks under stre…
an earthquake that occurs after a larger earthquake in the sa…
a type of seismic wave that compresses and expands the ground
Fault
a break in earths crust where slabs of rock slips past each o…
Focus
the point beneath earths surface where rock breaks under stre…
Science chapter 2/3
Uniformitarism
Erosion
Weathering
What breaks down rock?
Geologic processes that operate today also operated in the pa…
The process of weathering down and carrying away smaller piec…
The process that breaks down rock and other substances.
Erosion works continuously to weather and carry away rocks at…
Uniformitarism
Geologic processes that operate today also operated in the pa…
Erosion
The process of weathering down and carrying away smaller piec…
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Science: Chapter 2 Bassem gr 3
What do all animals need to live?
Vertebrate
Amphibians
Reptiles
They need food, water, oxygen and shelter to live.
An animal with a backbone.
Frogs, toads, and salamanders.
Snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles, and alligators.
What do all animals need to live?
They need food, water, oxygen and shelter to live.
Vertebrate
An animal with a backbone.
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Chapter 2 Basic Exercise Science 2-3
skeletal system
Bones
Joints
Axial Skeleton
The body's frame, which is comprised of bones and joints
Hard connective tissues that connect to create a skeletal fra…
The moveable places where two or more bones meet
Portion of the skeletal system that consists of the skull, ri…
skeletal system
The body's frame, which is comprised of bones and joints
Bones
Hard connective tissues that connect to create a skeletal fra…
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3 & 4 Science Chapter 2
bird
camouflage
mammal
marine
a warm blooded vertebrae that has feathers and wings
the color or pattern that allows something to blend in with i…
a warm-blooded vertebrate that has hair or fur and feeds milk…
describes something that lives in salt water or the ocean
bird
a warm blooded vertebrae that has feathers and wings
camouflage
the color or pattern that allows something to blend in with i…
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Science Chapter 2 Key Terms
Mineral
Crystal
Rock cycle
Igneous rock
A naturally occurring, inorganic solid
A solid made up of particles that line up in a pattern that r…
A series of processes on and beneath Earth's surface that slo…
Hey rock formed from lava or magma (heat)
Mineral
A naturally occurring, inorganic solid
Crystal
A solid made up of particles that line up in a pattern that r…
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Chapter 2 key terms science
Organism
Cell
Unicellular
Multicellular
A living thing
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism
Made of single cell
Consisting of many cells
Organism
A living thing
Cell
The basic unit of structure and function in an organism
24 terms
Science Chapter 2 & 3 Review
Matter
Volume
Meniscus
Gravity
is anything that has mass and volume
the amount of space taken up
Curve at the bottom of a graduated cylinder
is a force of attraction between objects that's due to there…
Matter
is anything that has mass and volume
Volume
the amount of space taken up
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Science Key Words Chapter 2
density
derived unit
graph
Kelvin
The mass per unit volume of material; describes how tightly a…
unit of measurement obtained by combining SI units; for examp…
a visual display of information or data such as line graphs,…
The SI unit of temperature.
density
The mass per unit volume of material; describes how tightly a…
derived unit
unit of measurement obtained by combining SI units; for examp…
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Science chapter 2 key terms
pure substance
element
atom
compound
matter that always has exactly the same composition
substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
smallest particle of an atom
substance that is made from two or more simpler substances an…
pure substance
matter that always has exactly the same composition
element
substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
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Chapter 2 Key Terms (Health Science)
Agency for Healthcare Research and Qua…
Assisted living facilities
Centers for Disease Control and Preven…
Clinics
A federal agency established to improve the quality, safety,…
Allows individuals who can care for themselves to rent or pur…
Another division of the USDHHS; concerned with the causes, sp…
Health care facilities found in many types of health care.
Agency for Healthcare Research and Qua…
A federal agency established to improve the quality, safety,…
Assisted living facilities
Allows individuals who can care for themselves to rent or pur…
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Science by Design Level 5 Chapter 2.3
What domain are all fish, amphibians,…
What kingdom are all fish, amphibians,…
What phylum are all fish, amphibians a…
Thermoregulation
Eukarya
Animal
Chordata (animals with backbone)
How an animal regulates and maintains it's body temperature.
What domain are all fish, amphibians,…
Eukarya
What kingdom are all fish, amphibians,…
Animal
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Science Key Terms Chapter 2
force
newton
net force
unbalanced forces
a push or pull
the unit that is used to measure force
the combination of all the forces acting on an object
result in a net force and a change in an object's motion
force
a push or pull
newton
the unit that is used to measure force
Science Chapter 2-3
Soil
Bedrock
How soil forms
Humas
Loose, weathered material on the Earth's surface in which pla…
Solid layer of rock beneath soil
When bedrock is exposed, it weather and mixes with other surf…
Dark colored substance that forms when animals and plants dec…
Soil
Loose, weathered material on the Earth's surface in which pla…
Bedrock
Solid layer of rock beneath soil
23 terms
Science Key terms Chapter 2 + 3
What is a mineral?
What are 3 major groups of rock and ho…
How are minerals and rocks used and pr…
How do weathering and erosion affect E…
A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that form…
Geologists classify rocks into 3 major groups: igneous rock,…
Minerals are the source of gemstones, metals, and other mater…
Topography is reshaped by weathering and erosion. These proce…
What is a mineral?
A mineral is a naturally occurring, inorganic solid that form…
What are 3 major groups of rock and ho…
Geologists classify rocks into 3 major groups: igneous rock,…
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8 Science Chapter 2.3 Vocabulary
chemical change
endothermic change
energy
exothermic change
a change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
a change in which energy is taken in
the ability to do work or cause change; the ability to move a…
a change in which energy is given off
chemical change
a change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
endothermic change
a change in which energy is taken in
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Chapter 2.3 Key Terms & Names
subcontinent
monsoon
Harappan Civilization
street grid
A large land mass that is a separate part of a continent (lik…
the time when it rains a lot in India and other parts of Asia
The ancient settlements in the Indus River Valley
when streets form a pattern of straight lines that cross each…
subcontinent
A large land mass that is a separate part of a continent (lik…
monsoon
the time when it rains a lot in India and other parts of Asia
Science chapter 2 and 3
Uniformitarianism
Erosion
Weathering
Mechanical Weathering
The system that states the geologic processes that operate to…
The process of wearing down and carrying rocks
The process that breaks down rock and other substances
A type of weathering that physically breaks down a rock
Uniformitarianism
The system that states the geologic processes that operate to…
Erosion
The process of wearing down and carrying rocks
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Key Terms Chapter 2.3
Physical Change
Chemical Change
Law of Conservation of mass
Energy
A change in a substance that does not change its identity.
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
The principle that the total amount of matter is neither crea…
The ability to do work or cause change.
Physical Change
A change in a substance that does not change its identity.
Chemical Change
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
11 terms
Science chapter 2 and 3
Newton's first law of motion (law of i…
Newton's second law of motion
Newton's third law of motion
Mass
Every object retains its state of rest or its state of unifor…
The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the…
Whenever two objects interact, the force exerted on one objec…
The property that determines how much an object resists a cha…
Newton's first law of motion (law of i…
Every object retains its state of rest or its state of unifor…
Newton's second law of motion
The acceleration of an object is directly proportional to the…
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BC Science 8 Chapter 2.3
Heart
Atria
Ventricles
Valves
A muscular organ that pumps blood throughout your body
Allow the blood to move from the body into the heart
Pump the blood out of the heart.
Flaps between the chambers that only allow blood to flow in o…
Heart
A muscular organ that pumps blood throughout your body
Atria
Allow the blood to move from the body into the heart
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Chapter 2 and 3 science
Food chain
Producer
Consumer
Decomposer
Shows how energy passes from one organism to another
Green plants in food chain
Animal
Tiny living things
Food chain
Shows how energy passes from one organism to another
Producer
Green plants in food chain
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science terms chapter 2
Matter
Protons
Neutrons
Electrons
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Positively charged particles inside the nucleus of an atom
Particles in a atoms nucleus that do not have any charge
Negatively charged particles outside the nucleus of an atom
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Protons
Positively charged particles inside the nucleus of an atom
24 terms
Physical science chapter 2 & 3
Motion
Speed
Velocity
Instantaneous Speed
A change in position
Rate of change in position
Speed and direction of an object
Rate of motion at any given time
Motion
A change in position
Speed
Rate of change in position
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Science Explorer Inside Earth Chapter 2 & 3: Earthquakes & Volcanoes
aftershock
tsunami
earthquake
stress
an earthquake that occurs after a larger earthquake in the sa…
large wave produced by an underground earthquake
shaking that results from the movement of rock beneath the Ea…
force that acts on a rock to change its shape or volume
aftershock
an earthquake that occurs after a larger earthquake in the sa…
tsunami
large wave produced by an underground earthquake
38 terms
Science chapter 2 & 3
Fault
Focus
Aftershock
P waves
a break in Earth's crust where slabs of rock
the point beneath Earth's surface where rock that is under st…
an earthquake that occurs after a large earthquake in the sam…
earthquake waves that compress and expand the ground like an…
Fault
a break in Earth's crust where slabs of rock
Focus
the point beneath Earth's surface where rock that is under st…
21 terms
Key Science Words Chapter 2 Kaufman/Guthrie
speed
velocity
acceleration
force
The distance an object travels per unit of time.
Speed in a given direction.
The rate at which velocity changes.
A push or pull exerted on an object.
speed
The distance an object travels per unit of time.
velocity
Speed in a given direction.
18 terms
Chapter 2 Science Vocabulary
matter
substance
physical property
chemical property
anything that has mass and takes up space
a single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific set o…
a characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed wit…
a characteristic of a pure substance that describes its abili…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
substance
a single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific set o…
12 terms
Science G1-A Closer Look Chapter 2-3
pollen
pollinate
nectar
germinate
a powder inside flowers
spread pollen from one flower to another
a sweet liquid in the plant that contains pollen
begin to grow
pollen
a powder inside flowers
pollinate
spread pollen from one flower to another
21 terms
Science Chapter 2-Landforms
Pangaea
plate tectonics
Oceanic Plate
Continental Plate
supercontinent, all Earth's land in one mass
movement of large pieces of Earth's crust
this plate is made mostly of basalt and is very dense
this plate is made of granite and is less dense
Pangaea
supercontinent, all Earth's land in one mass
plate tectonics
movement of large pieces of Earth's crust
13 terms
Science-Chapter 2 Vocabulary
egg
embryo
heredity
inherited traits
A structure that protects and feeds the young of some animals.
A young organism that is just beginning to grow.
The passing of traits from parents to young
A characteristic that comes from parents
egg
A structure that protects and feeds the young of some animals.
embryo
A young organism that is just beginning to grow.
20 terms
Science chapter2
Photosynthesis
Chlorophyll
Sun
Tissues
The process in which plants make their own food, happens in t…
Green material in plants that captures energy from sunlight f…
Plants use its energy to change water and nutrients into suga…
Groups of cells that work together, wood is one kind
Photosynthesis
The process in which plants make their own food, happens in t…
Chlorophyll
Green material in plants that captures energy from sunlight f…
8 terms
Science chapter 2.3
Soil
Humus
Fertility
Loam
The loose, weathered material on Earth's surface in which pla…
Dark-colored organic material in soil.
A measure of how well soil supports plant growth.
Rich, fertile soil that is made up of about equal parts of cl…
Soil
The loose, weathered material on Earth's surface in which pla…
Humus
Dark-colored organic material in soil.
25 terms
Science Chapter 2; 2.3 & 2.4
elements
atom
compounds
organic compounds
any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substan…
smallest unit of an element
when two or more elements combine chemically, example: carbon…
most compounds that contain carbon, examples nylon and polyes…
elements
any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substan…
atom
smallest unit of an element
21 terms
Science - Chapter 2 Vocabulary
Prokaryotic
Eukaryotic
Cell Membrane
Organelle
Singled-celled organisms that do not have a nucleus
An organism made up of cells that have a nucleus; includes an…
Thin film surrounding a cell that controls which substances m…
Structures that perform specific functions within the cell
Prokaryotic
Singled-celled organisms that do not have a nucleus
Eukaryotic
An organism made up of cells that have a nucleus; includes an…
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Science Chapter 2 Key Terms
cell
stimulus
homeostasis
asexual reproduction
is a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the mate…
a change in the organism's environment that affects the activ…
the maintenance of a stable internal environment
a single parent produces offspring that are identical to the…
cell
is a membrane-covered structure that contains all of the mate…
stimulus
a change in the organism's environment that affects the activ…
8 terms
chapter 2.3 and 2.4 science
contour lines
contour interval
index contour
topographic map
connects points of equal elevation
the change in elevation from contour line to contour line
every fifth counter line is darker and heavier than the others
is a map showing the surface features of an area
contour lines
connects points of equal elevation
contour interval
the change in elevation from contour line to contour line
17 terms
Chapter 2 Keys To Learning
short
schedule
have
lunch
tall
el horario
(tener) I _____ money.
I eat _________.
short
tall
schedule
el horario
Key Terms Chapter 2.3
Physical change
Chemical change
Law of Conservation of mass
Energy
A change in a substance that does not change its identity.
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
The principle that the total amount of matter is neither crea…
The ability to do work or cause change the ability to move an…
Physical change
A change in a substance that does not change its identity.
Chemical change
A change in which one or more substances combine or break apa…
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