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Quiz Show. STAAR Review. Question and Answer Samples and Techniques. What does this instrument measure? What is the unit of measure?. Beaker measures liquid volume in milliliters ( mL ). The Sun is a star. What is the name of our galaxy?. The Milky Way.

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quiz show

Quiz Show

STAAR Review

Question and Answer

Samples and Techniques

what does this instrument measure what is the unit of measure
What does this instrument measure?What is the unit of measure?

Beakermeasures liquid volume in milliliters (mL)

what is inertia
What is inertia?

All of the above

The speed at which an object falls

Measurement of electrical resistance

A ratio between mass and velocity

Resistance to motion or change

match the device to what it measures
Match the device to what it measures:

Stop Watch

Scale

Thermometer

Speedometer

Odometer

Distance

Temperature

Elapsed Time

Weight

Rate of Travel

measurement match the following tools with their units of measure
Measurement, match the following tools with their units of measure

Thermometer

Graduated Cylinder

Spring Scale

Ruler

Triple Beam Balance

Grams

Newtons

Degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit

Mililiters or Liters

Centimeters

put the following in the correct order
Put the following in the correct order

1. Find out what you already know

2. Ask a Question

3. Design an Experiment

4. Identify Variables

4. Gather Data

5. Gather material and equipment

6. Analyze Data

7. Communicate results

8. Record Data

9. Form a hypothesis

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2. Ask a Question

1. Find out what you already know

9. Form a hypothesis

3. Design an Experiment

5. Gather material and equipment

4. Gather Data

8. Record Data

6. Analyze Data

7. Communicate results

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1.

A. The object isn’t moving; it’s at rest.

2.

B. The object is moving at a constant speed.

3.

C. The object is accelerating.

4.

D. The object is decelerating.

the graph shows the movement of a car over time what is the car s average speed
The graph shows the movement of a car over time. What is the car’s average speed?

All of the above

60 kilometers per hour.

10 kilometers per hour.

30 kilometers per hour.

15 kilometers per hour.

at which point on the roller coaster will the car have the greatest amount of potential energy
At which point on the roller coaster will the car have the greatest amount of potential energy?

None

Z

Y

X

W

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1. What type of energy conversion is taking place in Photosynthesis?2. What are the reactants in this chemical equation?

Radiant  Chemical

Carbon dioxide, water and sunlight

1 what is the net force
1. What is the Net force?

2 Newtons to the left

1 what is the velocity of this plane
1. What is the velocity of this plane?

500 mph in a North West direction

500 mph

1 calculate work for this lever
1. Calculate Work for this lever.

500 Newton’s per foot

match the following words to their simple machine
Match the following words to their simple machine

-Lever

-Inclined Plane

-Screw

-Pulley

-Wedge

4.

1.

2.

5.

3.

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Which organelles are found in which types of cells?

Plant Both Animal

Chloroplasts

Nucleus

Cell Wall

Large Vacuoles

Cytoplasm

Chloroplast

Small Vacuoles

Cell membrane

Mitochondria

Endoplasmic Reticulum (ER)

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Put these in order from smallest (on the left) to largest (on the right).

Nucleus

Nerve cell

Nerve tissue

Brain

Organelle

Cell

Tissue

Organ

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Fill in the blank using the word bank below

Photosynthesis

Decomposers

Primary Consumers

  • 2

Secondary Consumers

  • 3

Tertiary Consumers

  • 4
  • 5

Producers

1

-Secondary Consumers

-Primary Consumers

-Decomposers

-Tertiary Consumers

-Producers

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When animals live together in an ecosystem, they sometimes closely interact with one another. This is called Symbiosis. Fill in the blanks with the following words:

Parasitism, Mutualism, Commensalism

1.Mutualismis a form where both animals benefit.

EX Ants defend acacia tree, tree feeds ants.

2. In Parasitism, one benefits, the other is harmed EX. Tick on dog.

3. In Commensalismone benefits, the other is unharmed. EX Cow birds eat the insects that fly up when the animals walk in the grass.

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A woman running in a marathon requires a constant supply of oxygen to her muscles. What two systems interact to carry oxygen to muscle tissue?

A. Circulatory and Respiratory system

B. Digestive and Excretory system

C. Endocrine and Circulatory system

D. Yo Mama

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Which of the following gives the correct

number of each subatomic particle that

make up neutral Chlorine atom?

C

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The table to the left shows the number of protons in an atom of four different elements. According to the periodic table, which of these elements is a nonmetal?

A. L B. M C. N D. O

A

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Which of the following elements on the periodic table has properties that are most similar to Nitrogen (N)?

A Carbon (C)

B Oxygen (O)

C Phosphorus (P)

D Silicon (Si)

C

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Which statement below best describes the process shown in the equation above?

4 Fe + 3 O2 2 Fe2O3

Iron Oxygen Rust

A Iron is broken down into oxygen and rust.

B Iron is combined with oxygen to form rust.

C Rust is broken down into iron and oxygen.

D Rust is combined with oxygen to form iron.

B

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Glucose has the following chemical formula:

C6H12O6.

1. How many elements are there?

2. How many atoms are there?

3. How many molecules are there?

3

24

1

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Great volcanic eruptions send dust and ash into the atmosphere. Weeks after such great eruptions,

air temperatures are often

A cooler than normal because the atmosphere is less transparent

B cooler than normal because the atmosphere is more transparent

C warmer than normal because the atmosphere is less transparent

D warmer than normal because the atmosphere is m0re transparent

A

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The diagram shows the orbit of the moon around Earth. Between which two points will the moon appear to change from a new moon to a quarter moon?

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In order from largest to smallest, which is correct?

A. Galaxy—solar system—universe—star

B. Universe—galaxy—solar system—star—planet

C. Universe—solar system—star—planet—moon

D. Planet—star—solar system—galaxy—universe

C

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What adaptations do these plants have that help them survive?

Deeper roots prevent erosions.

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Fertile soil can be found in the Mississippi River Delta where the Mississippi River flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The delta is formed when

A The river slows down and deposits sediments at the mouth of the river

B The river carries soil away from this area as it speeds up

C The waters in the Gulf of Mexico deposit sand to form the delta

D The ocean tides cause sediments to be deposited there

A

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A metamorphic rock undergoes weathering and erosion. What happens next in order to form sedimentary rock?

A The sediment must be melted and cooled.

B The sediment must be compacted and cemented together. C The metamorphic rock must be melted and cooled. D The metamorphic rock must undergo heat and pressure.

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Mountain building is a result of plate movement at a….

A convergent boundary

B divergent boundary

C burning of fossil fuels

D using aerosol sprays around the house

A

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In weather patterns, a large cold air mass collides into a large warm air mass causing a large thunderstorm. What is a possible catastrophic event should people be look for?

A. an earthquake.

B a tsunami

C a tornado

D a landslide

A

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What causes the tectonic plates to move?

Convection currents in the mantle.

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Topographic Map

Topographic Map

Topographic Map

The topographic map on the right shows what major landform?

  • A. River B. Hill C. Valley D. Lake
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A compost pile consists of biodegradable matter like apple cores, banana peels and dead leafs. What role do bacteria, worms or fungus play in this habitat?

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A watershed is the area of land where all of the water that is under it or drains off of it goes into the same place. What is the function of a watershed?