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Monday Warm Up. September 24, 2013. A glass of water was left outside on the coldest day of the year . The low temperature could make what change in the water ? The water would – A change color B get a salty taste C become heavier D turn into ice. A Ice was added to the water.

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monday warm up

Monday Warm Up

September 24, 2013

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A glass of water was left outside on the coldest day of the year. The low temperature could make what change in the water? The water would –

A change color

B get a salty taste

C become heavier

D turn into ice

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A Ice was added to the water.

B The water was observed every day.

C Chemicals were stored near the water.

D The water was heated by the sun.

A science teacher placed a beaker of water in a windowsill. Students measured the volume of water in the beaker for four weeks. What might have caused the change in volume?

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When an ice cube is placed on the sidewalk on a hot day, what is the series of change to its physical state that occurs?

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What is the measurement of line segment f?

A Approximately 3 cm

B Approximately 5 cm

C Approximately 4 cm

D Approximately 15 cm

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Which object should be placed where the question mark is, to complete this chart?

A Iron washer

B Plastic bottle

C Wool mitten

D Rubber band

This table lists magnetic and nonmagnetic objects.