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Science Review. Thinking Like a Si-Untist. What is my name?. Hey, Dude! Mr. Krueger Mr. Berger Mr. Clough Bond, James Bond. 20. Which of these is not part of the Scientific Method?. Guessing Posing a Question Developing a Hypothesis Designing a Controlled Experiment

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Science Review

Thinking Like a Si-Untist


What is my name?

  • Hey, Dude!

  • Mr. Krueger

  • Mr. Berger

  • Mr. Clough

  • Bond, James Bond

20


Which of these is not part of the Scientific Method?

  • Guessing

  • Posing a Question

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Testing a Hypothesis

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions


Which is the First Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Second Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Third Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Fourth Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Fifth Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Sixth Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


Which is the Final Step of the Scientific Method?

  • Collecting and Interpreting Data

  • Designing a Controlled Experiment

  • Developing a Hypothesis

  • Measuring

  • Drawing Conclusions

  • Posing a Question

  • Testing a Hypothesis


A well tested scientific concept that explains a wide range of observations is called a

  • Guess

  • Hypothesis

  • Model

  • Simulation

  • Scientific Theory


The study of the forces that have shaped the Earth though its long history is

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Environmental Science


The study of everything from the chemistry of ocean water to the shape of the ocean floor to living things in the ocean’s depths is

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Environmental Science


The study of conditions in the atmosphere

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Environmental Science


The study of the universe beyond the earth

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Environmental Science


The study of Earth’s environment and resources

  • Geology

  • Oceanography

  • Meteorology

  • Astronomy

  • Environmental Science


A variable that a scientist changes is called the manipulated variable

  • True

  • False


A responding variable and a dependent variable are the same thing.

  • True

  • False


The shape of land

  • Elevation

  • Landforms

  • Relief

  • Topography


The height above sea level of a point on the Earth’s surface

  • Elevation

  • Landforms

  • Relief

  • Topography


The difference in elevation between the highest and lowest point of an area

  • Elevation

  • Landforms

  • Relief

  • Topography


The feature of topography formed by the processes that shape Earth’s surface

  • Elevation

  • Landforms

  • Relief

  • Topography


A landform made of flat or gently rolling land with low relief

  • Mountain

  • Plateaus

  • Plains


A landform with high elevation and high relief

  • Mountain

  • Plateaus

  • Plains


A landform with high elevation and a more or less level surface

  • Mountain

  • Plateaus

  • Plains


The Earth’s solid, rocky outer layer

  • Atmosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Hydrosphere

  • Lithosphere


The mixture of gases that surround the earth

  • Atmosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Hydrosphere

  • Lithosphere


The earth’s oceans, lakes, rivers, and ice

  • Atmosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Hydrosphere

  • Lithosphere


All living things – whether in the air, in the oceans, or on and beneath the land surface

  • Atmosphere

  • Biosphere

  • Hydrosphere

  • Lithosphere


The geologic idea that the processes that operate today also operated in the past is called uniformitarianism.

  • True

  • False


The geologic idea that some major world changing events have affected the history of the Earth is called catastrophism.

  • True

  • False


Creationists tend to be

  • Catastrophists

  • Uniformists

  • Neither

  • Both

  • I don’t care cuz I gots swag


Lines that measure north and south of the equator are

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Lines that measure east and west of the prime meridian are

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Lines that meet at the north and south pole are lines of

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Parallel lines are lines of

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Lines that go east and west are lines of

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Lines that go north and south are lines of

  • Latitude

  • Longitude


Half of the earth is a hemisphere

  • True

  • False


Latitude and Longitude are measured in degrees

  • True

  • False


Throughout history there have been many Prime Meridians

  • True

  • False


A contour line shows points of different elevation on a map

  • True

  • False


The farther apart contour lines are the steeper the relief

  • True

  • False


This test was long

  • True

  • False


Mr. Krueger is the greatest teacher ever

  • True

  • True

  • True

  • The opposite of false


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