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OLQHS Science Chap 3=1 Study Guide
Describe one way cells use water
Explain why living things store energy…
Name two ways that living things use p…
Name the elements found in nucleic acid
In chemical reactions, as a carrier of materials or keeping t…
A given amount of lipids contains more energy than the same a…
They are in cell membranes, organelles, muscle, skin and are…
Carbon, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Phosphorus
Describe one way cells use water
In chemical reactions, as a carrier of materials or keeping t…
Explain why living things store energy…
A given amount of lipids contains more energy than the same a…
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OLQHS 8th grade Science chapter 4-1
Destructive forces
Ice
The atmosphere, the hydosphere, the ge…
Land can be created by constructive fo…
____________change the land, which is a part of the geosphere
________is a destructive foce and is a part of the hydrosphere.
Fou main spheres of the Earth system
Explain why constructive forces and destructive forces are co…
Destructive forces
____________change the land, which is a part of the geosphere
Ice
________is a destructive foce and is a part of the hydrosphere.
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Chapter 7 Lesson 1 & 2 Study Guide-Force-OLQHS 6th grade science
force
strength
direction
strength... direction
a push or a pull
a force is described by its ____ and by the direction which i…
a force is described by its strength and by the ___ which it…
a force is described by its ____ and by the ____ which it acts
force
a push or a pull
strength
a force is described by its ____ and by the direction which i…
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OLQHS 6th grade science ch 1 PART 1
Science
Observing, inferring, predicting, clas…
Senses
Accurate; opinion
A way of learning about the natural world using different sci…
Science involves these five things
Observations use your ______________
Observations need to be ________ and NOT an ____________
Science
A way of learning about the natural world using different sci…
Observing, inferring, predicting, clas…
Science involves these five things
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OLQHS 6th grade science Ch 1 PART TWO
Steps of Scientific Method
Why do scientists ask questions?
Science experiments must start with a…
Testable question
1. Question... 2. Form hypothesis... 3. Procedures to test a hypoth…
They ask questions based on observations from their surroundi…
Testable
This type of question does not contain opinion words... "What ty…
Steps of Scientific Method
1. Question... 2. Form hypothesis... 3. Procedures to test a hypoth…
Why do scientists ask questions?
They ask questions based on observations from their surroundi…
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6th Grade Reading Final Study Guide OLQHS page 1
plot
setting
protagonist
antagonist
chain of event that makes up a story
the time and place of a story
the main character of a story
a person who actively opposes or is hostile to someone or som…
plot
chain of event that makes up a story
setting
the time and place of a story
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Physical Science semester 1 study guide terms
matter
chemistery
substance
element
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
the science that deals with the composition and properties of…
a particular kind of matter with uniform properties.
each of more than one hundred substances that cannot be chemi…
matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
chemistery
the science that deals with the composition and properties of…
physical science test 1 guide
atom
molecule
concentration
atom
the smallest chemical unit of matter
two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
the quality of any substance within a certain volume
0 0 0 (separate)
atom
the smallest chemical unit of matter
molecule
two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
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Physical Science Study Guide 1
Triple Beam Balance
Thermometer
Test Tube
Spring Scale
For measuring weight (or force)
For measuring temperature
For heating a small amount of a substance
For measuring mass
Triple Beam Balance
For measuring weight (or force)
Thermometer
For measuring temperature
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Physical Science - Units 1 & 2 - Science Basics & Skills - Study Guide
natural world
scientific method
experiment
dependent variable
Science is a method of learning and communicating information…
The pattern of investigation procedures in science
Tests the effect of one thing on another using a control
Its value changes according to the changes in the other varia…
natural world
Science is a method of learning and communicating information…
scientific method
The pattern of investigation procedures in science
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Physical Science Study Guide #1
Accuracy
Precision
Meniscus
Science
The degree to which an experimental result agrees with the va…
A measure of the degree to which measurement made in the same…
The curve in measuring liquids
A method of studying the natural world
Accuracy
The degree to which an experimental result agrees with the va…
Precision
A measure of the degree to which measurement made in the same…
Physical Science 18.1 Study Guide
positive, negative
Repel, attract
Equal
Static charge
There are two types of electrical charges. _____ & _____.
Two particles with the same charge _____; two particles with…
Electrically neutral objects have ____ amounts of positive an…
When materials are rubbed, sometimes electrons move from one…
positive, negative
There are two types of electrical charges. _____ & _____.
Repel, attract
Two particles with the same charge _____; two particles with…
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Physical Science - Physics 1 Study Guide
mass
independent variable
density
volume
the amount of matter in an object
the factor in an experiment that, as it changes, affects the…
mass per unit of volume of a material
the amount of space occupied by an object
mass
the amount of matter in an object
independent variable
the factor in an experiment that, as it changes, affects the…
study guide for physical science #1
know the 12 branches of science
know the 4 examples of scientific proc…
know the 2 MAIN branches of science an…
know the 3 areas of natural science is…
social science; natural science, biology, botany, zoology, ec…
investigating - learning about an object or event... experiment…
social science- human behavior... natural science- how the whol…
biological science... physical science ... earth science
know the 12 branches of science
social science; natural science, biology, botany, zoology, ec…
know the 4 examples of scientific proc…
investigating - learning about an object or event... experiment…
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Physical Science 1 study guide
Science
Theory
Critical thinking
Scientific method
Knowledge obtained by observing natural events to discover fa…
System of laws that explain observations
Critical claims to make judgements
Series of step followed to solve problems
Science
Knowledge obtained by observing natural events to discover fa…
Theory
System of laws that explain observations
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Physical science study guide #1
Position
Velocity
Final velocity minus initial velocity…
Law of inertia
Motion is a change in
Acceleration is rate of change of
The equation used to find acceleration is a
Newtons first law of motion is also called the law of
Position
Motion is a change in
Velocity
Acceleration is rate of change of
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Physical Science Semester 1 Review Guide
length
volume of liquid
volume of irregular object
mass
meter;meterstick
mililiter;graduated cylinder
cubic centimeter;graduated cylinder/water displacement
grams;triple beam balance/electronic scale
length
meter;meterstick
volume of liquid
mililiter;graduated cylinder
Physical Science Study Guide 1
Ketchup, because it flows slower.
Low, because it moves smoother and eas…
Melting point is the point at which a…
Does ketchup or water have a higher viscosity? How can you te…
When using liquid to lubricate a machine, would you want one…
What does the melting point of a substance mean? What state w…
Ketchup, because it flows slower.
Does ketchup or water have a higher viscosity? How can you te…
Low, because it moves smoother and eas…
When using liquid to lubricate a machine, would you want one…
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Physical Science Study Guide 1
Independent Variable
Graph
Model
Experiment
The factor in an experiment that is changed by the experiment…
A visual display of information of data.
An idea, event, or object
A test of a hypothesis
Independent Variable
The factor in an experiment that is changed by the experiment…
Graph
A visual display of information of data.
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Apologia Physical Science Module 1 Study Guide
Atom
Molecule
Concentration
Fifty grams of a carbon disulfide can…
...
...
...
...
Atom
...
Molecule
...
Physical Science Module 1; STUDY GUIDE
Atom
Molecule
Concentration
Fifty grams of a carbon disulfide can…
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Two or more atoms linked together to make up a substance with…
The quantity of a substance within a certain volume
molecules
Atom
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Molecule
Two or more atoms linked together to make up a substance with…
Physical science study guide (physics part 1)
Speed Formula
Speed
Velocity
Acceleration
S= D÷T
defined as rate of change in position
Speed in a given direction.
Rate of change in velocity.
Speed Formula
S= D÷T
Speed
defined as rate of change in position
Physical Science 16.1 Study Guide
electromagnetic
electromagnetic radiation
sun
electromagnetic wave
What is the only type of wave that can travel through a mediu…
Radiant energy is carried by an electromagnetic wave. Radiant…
The ____ is the source of the most radiant energy on Earth.
'One complete cycle of vibration produces one wavelength of a…
electromagnetic
What is the only type of wave that can travel through a mediu…
electromagnetic radiation
Radiant energy is carried by an electromagnetic wave. Radiant…
Science Study Guide 1 Physics
Free body diagram
Model
Interaction table
Force
Diagram showing direction (vertical or horizontal) of forces…
Shows interactions between objects using arrows
Shows interactions between objects using + (yes they interact…
Strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or move…
Free body diagram
Diagram showing direction (vertical or horizontal) of forces…
Model
Shows interactions between objects using arrows
Physical Science Quiz 1 Study Guide
Hypothesis
Theory
Theory
Speculation
a prediction about the natural world based on our past observ…
a universal statement, one about the natural world that takes…
cannot be proven by facts, but they can be refuted (overturne…
Doesn't contradict fact, but cannot be tested by the scientif…
Hypothesis
a prediction about the natural world based on our past observ…
Theory
a universal statement, one about the natural world that takes…
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Physical Science Semester 1 Final Study Guide
Order of the Scientific Method
Units of Measurement
Data
Inference
Ask a Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analyze, Co…
Meter, Liter, Gram, Seconds
facts and statistics collected together for reference or anal…
act or process of deriving logical conclusions from premises…
Order of the Scientific Method
Ask a Question, Research, Hypothesis, Experiment, Analyze, Co…
Units of Measurement
Meter, Liter, Gram, Seconds
Physical Science 19.1 Study Guide
attracts, iron
magnetic poles
attraction, repulsion
south, south, north
A magnet is any object that ______ metal ____.
A _________ ____ is a place on a magnet where the force it ap…
Magnetic force is the ______ or ______ between two poles of t…
Magnetic field lines go from north to _____. On the poles, th…
attracts, iron
A magnet is any object that ______ metal ____.
magnetic poles
A _________ ____ is a place on a magnet where the force it ap…
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Physical Science Exam Study guide #1
What are the building blocks of all ma…
What is a statement that summarizes a…
How do scientists who speak different…
If the relationship between the manipu…
Atoms
Scientific law
SI unit
Straight line
What are the building blocks of all ma…
Atoms
What is a statement that summarizes a…
Scientific law
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Physical Science- EOC Study Guide 1 of 2- Physics
Convert 1,865 cm to m.
Convert 3200 kg to g.
Convert 497 g to cg.
Write 15,897 in scientific notation.
18.65 m
3,200,000 g
49,700 cg
1.5897 x 10^4
Convert 1,865 cm to m.
18.65 m
Convert 3200 kg to g.
3,200,000 g
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Physical Science Study Guide 1
Atom
Molecule
Concentration
Fifty grams of a carbon disulfide can…
The smallest stable unit of matter in creation
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
The quantity of a substance within a certain volume of space
Everything is made of atoms, but in those atoms are bounded t…
Atom
The smallest stable unit of matter in creation
Molecule
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
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Guerra - Physical Science Exam Study Guide #1
observation
inference
solids
liquids
any information collected with the senses (seeing, hearing, t…
the process of using your observations to draw a conclusion o…
holds shape, fixed volume, atoms packed closely, little movem…
takes shape of container, fixed volume, atoms loosely packed,…
observation
any information collected with the senses (seeing, hearing, t…
inference
the process of using your observations to draw a conclusion o…
Physical Science Study Guide
Units and Equations
Velocity
Scalar
Distance
Units
Equation: distance/time... Unit: meters/seconds
Equation: None... Units: just a number (usually meters)
Equation: None... Units: meters
Units and Equations
Units
Velocity
Equation: distance/time... Unit: meters/seconds
physical science semester 1 study guide
a measure of how far an object has moved
The speed and direction with which an…
The distance an object travels per uni…
The slope of the distance-time graph g…
distance
velocity
speed
speed
a measure of how far an object has moved
distance
The speed and direction with which an…
velocity
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Study Guide 1 (Physical science)
Atom
Molecule
Concentration
Carbon disulfied os made up of molecules
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
The quantity of a substance within a certain volume
Since it can be broken down into smaller components, its must…
Atom
The smallest chemical unit of matter
Molecule
Two or more atoms linked together to make a substance with un…
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Physics chapter 1 The Science of Physics Study Guide
Model
Controlled Experiment
Accuracy
Significant Figure
a system or thing used as an example to follow or imitate.
a test where the person conducting the test only changes one…
the degree to which the result of a measurement, calculation,…
each of the digits of a number that are used to express it to…
Model
a system or thing used as an example to follow or imitate.
Controlled Experiment
a test where the person conducting the test only changes one…
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Physical Science 1.1 Study Guide
What is Science?
What are the branches of science?
Biological Science
Physical Science
The knowledge obtained by observing natural events and condit…
-Biological Science... -Physical Science... -Earth Science
The science of living things... -Botany, ecology
The science of matter and energy... -chemistry- The science of m…
What is Science?
The knowledge obtained by observing natural events and condit…
What are the branches of science?
-Biological Science... -Physical Science... -Earth Science
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Physical Science Unit 1-3 Study Guide
Scientific Process
Requirements for the Question
Quantitative
Qualitative
A process of questioning, observing, experimentation, and dis…
not based on opinion, can be answered using collected data, q…
something you measure, measured
something you don't measure, color, odor, shape, gender
Scientific Process
A process of questioning, observing, experimentation, and dis…
Requirements for the Question
not based on opinion, can be answered using collected data, q…
Physical Science: Study Guide 1
Science:
Technology:
1) How are science and technology rela…
2) What are the branches of natural sc…
Is a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that…
is the use of knowledge to solve practical problems. The goal…
Advances in one lead to advances in the other
Biology, Earth Science, Physical Science
Science:
Is a system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that…
Technology:
is the use of knowledge to solve practical problems. The goal…
Physical Science Semester 1 Exam Study Guide
A ___________________ is a possible ex…
Absolute zero on the Kelvin scale is _…
Some hypotheses can be tested by _____…
A baseball hurled by a powerful pitche…
hypothesis
- 273 degrees Celsius
making observatfons
acceleration
A ___________________ is a possible ex…
hypothesis
Absolute zero on the Kelvin scale is _…
- 273 degrees Celsius
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Physical Science Study guide #1
How do you identify if a substance is…
Elements
Element and compounds
Compound
You see if its pure or not. If it is pure you ask if it's mor…
Substance made of same types of atoms.
Both pure, both have atoms, both homogeneous
More than one type of atom
How do you identify if a substance is…
You see if its pure or not. If it is pure you ask if it's mor…
Elements
Substance made of same types of atoms.
Physical Science - Ch. 1 - Study Guide
Science
Technology
Chemistry
Physics
A system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that kn…
The use of knowledge to solve practical problems.
Study of the composition, structure, properties, and reaction…
Study of matter and energy and the interactions between the t…
Science
A system of knowledge and the methods you use to find that kn…
Technology
The use of knowledge to solve practical problems.
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Physical Science 1 semester Study Guide 7
Homogeneous mixture
Physical change
Fog
Heterogeneous mixture
A type of mixture in which all substances are uniformly sprea…
A change in size, shape, or state or matter
A mixture of air and water droplets
A type of mixture in which different materials are spread out…
Homogeneous mixture
A type of mixture in which all substances are uniformly sprea…
Physical change
A change in size, shape, or state or matter
Exam 1 Review Guide (Physical Science)
Parallel Circuit
Series Circuit
Newton's First Law of Motion
Newton's Second Law of Motion
Has two or more branches.
Has one branch.
States that an object at rest, stays at rest and a object wit…
Acceleration of an object as produced by a net force.
Parallel Circuit
Has two or more branches.
Series Circuit
Has one branch.
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Exam Study Guide Physical Science Q1
Physics
Chemistry
Matter
Solid
The study of matter and energy and their interaction with for…
The study of the composition, structure, properties and react…
Anthing that has mass and takes up space
A state of matter that has both definite shape and volume
Physics
The study of matter and energy and their interaction with for…
Chemistry
The study of the composition, structure, properties and react…
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Physical Science Study Guide
Air Resistance
Centripetal Force
Newtons 3rd Law
Momentum
The upward force exerted on an object falling through air is…
When an object moves in a circular path, it accelerates towar…
The statement "to every reaction there is an equal and opposi…
In the equation, p = mv, p represents ____.
Air Resistance
The upward force exerted on an object falling through air is…
Centripetal Force
When an object moves in a circular path, it accelerates towar…
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Physical Science Unit 1 Study Guide
Ptolemy of Alexandria
Nicolaus Copernicus
Tycho Brahe
Johannes Kepler
-Believed in geocentrism.... -Theory fail: He didn't predict exa…
-Believed in hiliocentrism.... -Thought both planetary orbits we…
-Used experimental skills to improve the study of astronomy.…
-Believed in geocentrism.... -Kepler's Laws of Planetary Motion
Ptolemy of Alexandria
-Believed in geocentrism.... -Theory fail: He didn't predict exa…
Nicolaus Copernicus
-Believed in hiliocentrism.... -Thought both planetary orbits we…
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Physical Science Semester 1
matter
properties
mass
inertia
anything that has mass and takes up space
characteristics of matter
the amount of matter in an object
the resistance of an object to changes in its motion
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
properties
characteristics of matter
Physical Science Ch. 1 Test Study Guide
*Scientific Method
Technology
Branches of Science
Branches of Biological Science
A general way to help organize your thinking about a question…
The application of science for practical uses
Biological, Physical, & Earth
Botany, Zoology, Ecology, Medicine, & many more
*Scientific Method
A general way to help organize your thinking about a question…
Technology
The application of science for practical uses
Physical Science 1.1 Study Guide
Observations
Hypothesis
Prediction
Experiment
using one of the five senses to understand objects or events
a testable question
what you think the outcome of the experiment is going to be
The step by step procedure to follow
Observations
using one of the five senses to understand objects or events
Hypothesis
a testable question
Physical Science Unit 1 study guide
The only difference between scientific…
In a controlled experiment the *variab…
The SI measurement and there prefixes…
There are _____________mL in 1 L
false
manipulated variable
powers of ten
1000
The only difference between scientific…
false
In a controlled experiment the *variab…
manipulated variable
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