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Tom Medcalf Science Resource Teacher, School District of P.B.C. FL. For 10 Points. Which is an example of a nonrenewable resource?. A. fish. C. tree. B. wind. D. fossil fuels. Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?. Fossil Fuels. D. The Answer is. For 10 Points.

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Tom Medcalf

Science Resource Teacher, School District of P.B.C. FL


For 10 Points

Which is an example of a

nonrenewable resource?

A

fish

C

tree

B

wind

D

fossil

fuels

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Fossil Fuels

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

How much energy is passed from

Each level of the energy

Pyramid?

A

90%

C

10%

B

100%

D

50%

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


10%

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

What type of energy is stored in fuel?

A

Solar

C

Electric

B

Chemical

D

Mechanical

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Chemical

B

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which of the following mineral properties

can be expressed by a number?

A

luster

C

streak

B

color

D

hardness

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Hardness

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which is a cause of earthquakes

and volcanic eruptions?

A

Weathering

C

Plate Movement

B

The earth’s mantle

D

Cinder cones

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Plate Movement

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

How are sand dunes and moraines similar?

A

Both are formed

by ice

C

Both are found in

the Southwest

B

Both are kinds

of hills

D

Both are formed

by rivers

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Both are kinds of hills

B

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which of the following is created by

windblown sand?

A

Canyon

C

Mesa

B

Delta

D

Sand Dune

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Sand Dunes

D

The Answer is


For 10Points

If you were on a roller coaster and it’s going

down, what type of energy is this?

A

Potential Energy

C

Solar Energy

B

Kinetic

Energy

D

Chemical

Energy

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Kinetic

Energy

B

The Answer is


For 10 Points

The movement of energy from one

place to another is called______.

A

Energy transfer

C

Conduction

B

Kinetic Energy

D

Energy

Balance

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Energy Transfer

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

What is another name for plants?

A

Carnivores

C

Producers

B

Consumers

D

Ecosystem

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Producers

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

An animal that only eats plants is called a….

A

Consumer

C

Carnivore

B

Producer

D

Herbivore

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Herbivore

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

______ can change matter from

a liquid to a gas.

A

Heat

C

Freezing

B

Solid

D

Condensation

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Heat

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

How many moons does the Earth have?

A

8

C

0

B

4

D

1

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


1

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

The three states of matter are ______.

A

Mixtures, solutions,

and suspensions

C

Solid, Liquid,

and Gas

B

Sun, Earth, and

Planets

D

Volume, Density,

and

Mass

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Solid, Liquid, and

Gas

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Prey refers to_________

A

Animals that eat

other animals

C

Animals that are eaten

by other animals

B

A population of

animals

D

People who

eat meat

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Animals that are eaten

by other animals

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

A plant is eaten by a small fish which is then eaten

by a larger fish. This fish is caught and eaten by you.

This is an example of _________.

A

A Food Web

C

A Food Chain

B

Symbiosis

D

An Ecosystem

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Food Chain

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

A (n) _____ is the smallest possible particle

of a substance.

A

Atom

C

Compound

B

Molecule

D

Wind

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Atom

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

All ______is made up of atoms.

A

Energy

C

Water

B

Oxygen

D

Matter

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Matter

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which of these machines is an example

of a wheel and axle?

A

Screw Driver

C

Can Opener

B

Ramp

D

Compass

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Can Opener

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

A compound or complex machine….

A

Can be a wedge

C

Is difficult to make

B

Is made up of

more than one

simple machine

D

Is the same as a simple

machine

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Is made up of

more than one

simple machine

B

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Simple machines help to make

________ easier.

A

Jobs

C

Work

B

Complex Tasks

D

Simple Tasks

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Work

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

_______ is a force that works

against motion.

A

Gravity

C

Heat

B

Magnetism

D

Friction

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Friction

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Graham and Brandon are both

pushing on opposite ends of the desk.

The desk does not move. Why?

A

The forces are balanced.

C

There is too much friction

from the floor.

B

They are pushing

in the wrong direction.

D

They need to use a

simple machine.

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


The forces are

balanced.

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

What would happen if Brandon moves to the

same side of the desk as Graham,

and they push in the same

direction?

A

The desk would

not move.

C

The desk would move.

B

The boys would

become tired.

D

The friction from the

floor would help

the desk move

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


The desk would move

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

An object at rest remains at

rest, and an object in motion

remains in motion unless a force acts upon it

describes ________.

A

Newton’s Laws

of Motion

C

Action vs. Reaction

B

Newton’s First Law

Of Motion (Inertia)

D

Acceleration

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Newton’s First Law

Of Motion (Inertia)

B

The Answer is


For 10 Points

_______ is the measure of an objects speed in a

particular direction.

A

Acceleration

C

Velocity

B

Momentum

D

Distance

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Velocity

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Acceleration is the rate

at which velocity changes over

time. If a car is moving in a straight line

at a constant speed, is it accelerating?

A

Yes

C

I have no idea

B

Maybe

D

No

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


No

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Seasonal changes are a result of ________.

A

The Earth’s

rotation

C

Solstices and

Equinoxes

B

The Earth’s Distance

from the Sun

D

The tilt of the

Earth’s axis

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


The tilt of the

Earth’s Axis

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which parts of the Earth have

six months of daylight and six

months of darkness?

A

North and South

Poles

C

Northern

Hemisphere

B

Areas near

the equator

D

Southern

Hemisphere

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


North and South

Poles

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which moon phases occur

beforeandafter a full moon?

A

First Quarter and

Third Quarter

C

Waning Crescent and

New Moon

B

Waxing Gibbous and

Waxing Crescent

D

Waxing Gibbous and

Waning Gibbous

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Waxing Gibbous

and Waning Gibbous

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

A complete cycle of the

phases of the moon

takes…..

A

8 days

C

29 ½ days

B

6 months

D

1 full month

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


29 ½ days

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

A _____ is the basic unit of

structure and function in living things.

A

Cell

C

Organisms

B

Matter

D

Food Chain

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Cell

A

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Igneous rock formed__________

cools slowly which is why

it has larger crystals.

A

From melted Rock

C

Underground

B

Near volcanoes

D

Above Ground

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Underground

C

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which of the following leads to weathering?

A

High temperatures

C

Pressure and

Light

B

Mineral type

and color

D

Wind and Rain

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Wind and Rain

D

The Answer is


For 10 Points

Which tool would you use

to measure an object’s mass?

A

Balance

C

Forceps

B

Spring Scale

D

Graduated Cylinder

Who Wants To Be A Scientist ?


Balance

A

The Answer is


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