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Are you SMARTER

GRADER

5th

Than a


Are you smarter than a 5 th grader

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?


Are you smarter than a th grader

1,000,000

500,000

300,000

5th Level Topic 1

5th Level Topic 2

Are You Smarter Than a ?th Grader?

175,000

100,000

4th Level Topic 3

4th Level Topic 4

50,000

3rd Level Topic 5

3rd Level Topic 6

25,000

10,000

2nd Level Topic 7

2nd Level Topic 8

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1st Level Topic 9

1st Level Topic 10

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5th level topic 1 question
5th Level Topic 1 Question

  • The transfer of energy by electromagnetic waves (that is carried in rays like light).



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5th level topic 2 question
5th Level Topic 2 Question

  • In the mantle, heat is transferred as soft rock flows slowly in cycles known as ________________.


5th level topic 2 answer
5th Level Topic 2 Answer

  • Convection currents


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4th level topic 3 question
4th Level Topic 3 Question

  • Material rises in the mantle because heated material becomes (more/less) dense.



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4th level topic 4 question
4th Level Topic 4 Question

  • How does heat move?

    • A. From a warmer to a cooler object

    • B. From a cooler to a warmer object

    • C. Toward a hot object

    • D. Away from a cold object


4th level topic 4 answer
4th Level Topic 4 Answer

  • A. From a warmer to a cooler object


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3rd level topic 5 question
3rd Level Topic 5 Question

  • Heat from which of these causes convection currents inside Earth?

    • A. Crust

    • B. Crust and mantle

    • C. Crust and core

    • D. Mantle and core


3rd level topic 5 answer
3rd Level Topic 5 Answer

  • D. Mantle and core


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3rd level topic 6 question
3rd Level Topic 6 Question

  • How is energy from the sun transferred?

    • A. Radiation

    • B. Conduction

    • C. Convection

    • D. the force of gravity



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2nd level topic 7 question
2nd Level Topic 7 Question

  • When you heat up an object, the particles in the object move ____.

  • A. Slower

  • B. Faster

  • C. Same



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2nd level topic 8 question
2nd Level Topic 8 Question

  • When you touch hot sand, heat is transferred by ______ to your skin.

    • A. Conduction

    • B. Convection

    • C. Radiation



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1st level topic 9 question
1st Level Topic 9 Question

  • Which of these is not a type of energy transfer?

    • A. Conduction

    • B. Condensation

    • C. Convection

    • D. Radiation


1st level topic 9 answer
1st Level Topic 9 Answer

  • B. Condensation


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1st level topic 10 question
1st Level Topic 10 Question

  • The amount of mass in a given volume of a substance is known as _______.



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Million dollar question grade level topic 11
Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11


1 000 000 question
1,000,000 Question

  • Which of these combines with changes in a fluid’s density and the force of gravity to set convection currents in motion?

    • A. Evaporation of a fluid

    • B. Condensation of a fluid

    • C. Freezing and melting of a solid

    • D. Heating and cooling of a fluid


1 000 000 answer
1,000,000 Answer

  • D. Heating and cooling of a fluid



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