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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?. Gases around us. Question 1. Which state of matter is easily squashed? . A solid B liquid C gas D none of them. Which state of matter is easily squashed?. A solid B liquid C gas D none of them. £100. Question 2. Which of these flow?.

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Which state of matter is easily squashed
Which state of matter is easily squashed?

A solid

B liquid

C gas

D none of them


Which state of matter is easily squashed1
Which state of matter is easily squashed?

A solid

B liquid

C gas

D none of them




Which of these flow
Which of these flow?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Solids and gases

D All three states


Which of these flow1
Which of these flow?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Solids and gases

D All three states




Which of these takes the shape of the container
Which of these takes the shape of the container?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Liquids only

D Gases only


Which of these takes the shape of the container1
Which of these takes the shape of the container?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Liquids only

D Gases only




What state do we smell
What state do we smell?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Liquids only

D Gases only


What state do we smell1
What state do we smell?

A Solids and liquids

B Liquids and gases

C Liquids only

D Gases only




Which of these is an important fuel
Which of these is an important fuel?

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium


Which of these is an important fuel1
Which of these is an important fuel?

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium




Which gas is needed for breathing
Which gas is needed for breathing?

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium


Which gas is needed for breathing1
Which gas is needed for breathing?

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium




Name the light non flammable gas used in balloons
Name the light non-flammable gas used in balloons

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium


Name the light non flammable gas used in balloons1
Name the light non-flammable gas used in balloons

A natural gas

B oxygen

C carbon dioxide

D helium




Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships
Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships

A nitrogen

B hydrogen

C carbon dioxide

D helium


Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships1
Name the flammable gas which was used in air ships

A nitrogen

B hydrogen

C carbon dioxide

D helium




Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade
Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade?

A helium

B hydrogen

C carbon dioxide

D oxygen


Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade1
Which gas produces the fizz in lemonade?

A helium

B hydrogen

C carbon dioxide

D oxygen




Which of these is evaporation

A solid liquid

Bliquid solid

Dliquid gas

Cgas liquid

Which of these is evaporation?


Which of these is evaporation1

A solid liquid

Bliquid solid

Dliquid gas

Cgas liquid

Which of these is evaporation?




When evaporation occurs
When evaporation occurs

A particles vibrate faster

B particles stop moving

C particles break free

D particles move in lines


When evaporation occurs1
When evaporation occurs

A particles vibrate faster

B particles stop moving

C particles break free

D particles move in lines




Which conditions are best for drying washing
Which conditions are best for drying washing?

A cold air with a fan

B warm air in a box

C warm air with a fan

D cold air in a box


Which conditions are best for drying washing1
Which conditions are best for drying washing?

A cold air with a fan

B warm air in a box

C warm air with a fan

D cold air in a box




Which process is the reverse of evaporation
Which process is the reverse of evaporation?

A Freezing

B Melting

C Boiling

D Condensing


Which process is the reverse of evaporation1
Which process is the reverse of evaporation?

A Freezing

B Melting

C Boiling

D Condensing




Which is not true about soil with lots of air
Which is not true about soil with lots of air?

A the soil is hard to dig

B the soil drains better

C animals can breathe

Dplant roots grow well


Which is not true about soil with lots of air1
Which is not true about soil with lots of air?

A the soil is hard to dig

B the soil drains better

C animals can breathe

Dplant roots grow well




What was the name of the airship which caught fire
What was the name of the airship which caught fire?

A Himalaya

B Hindenburg

C Helicopter

D Hamburg


What was the name of the airship which caught fire1
What was the name of the airship which caught fire?

A Himalaya

B Hindenburg

C Helicopter

D Hamburg



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