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Daily Science Review. February 10, 2014. How are an amoeba and a human being alike? a. Both are made from many cells. b. Both are single cells. c. Both are made of a cell or cells with a nucleus. d. Both are made of a cell or cells with a chloroplast. Monday. Which statement is not true?

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daily science review

Daily Science Review

February 10, 2014

monday

How are an amoeba and a human being alike?

a. Both are made from many cells.

b. Both are single cells.

c. Both are made of a cell or cells with a nucleus.

d. Both are made of a cell or cells with a chloroplast.

Monday
tuesday

Which statement is not true?

a. Microorganisms help dead things decay.

b. Microorganisms have only one cell.

c. Microorganisms cause disease.

d. Microorganisms are used to make cheese.

Tuesday
wednesday

When two balloons repel each other, the best explanation is:

  • They have opposite charges.
  • They have mixed charges.
  • They are uncharged.
  • They have the same charge.
Wednesday
thursday

When hydrogen and oxygen gas react, they explode and form water. What kind of change is that?

  • physical
  • chemical
  • Both physical and chemical
  • Neither physical nor chemical
Thursday
friday

5. When placed side by side, two balloons stay where they are placed. They do not move any closer together. They do not move any farther apart. What is the BEST explanation?

  • They have the same charge.
  • They have mixed charges.
  • They are uncharged.
  • They have opposite charges.
Friday