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  1. 50:50 • $1 Million 14 $500,000 13 $250,000 12 $125,000 11 $64,000 Click 10 $32,000 9 $16,000 8 $8,000 7 $4,000 6 $2,000 To Play 5 $1,000 4 $500 3 $300 2 $200 1 $100 Game Instructions • Answer the 15 Multiple Choice Questions by clicking on the correct answer. • If you get an answer incorrect try again. • Use the action buttons to maneuver through the game. • You will have three life lines.

  2. A _______________ is used to measure the mass of an object. 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Metric Ruler Scale Balance Graduated Cylinder Next Question

  3. Saying that it looks like there is a fire behind your friend’s house because you see smoke is an example of a/an 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Hypothesis Inference Problem Conclusion Next Question

  4. Which state of matter has the least amount of energy? 50:50 C A D B Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Plasma Solid Gas Liquid Next Question

  5. If an element has an atomic number of 5 and a mass number of 11 how many protons does this element have? 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations 16 Protons 11 Protons 5 Protons 6 Protons Next Question

  6. What type of rock would most likely be found along a stream or river? 50:50 A C B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Igneous Rock Metamorphic Rock Sedimentary Rock Any type of rock. Next Question

  7. Which of the following is not a mineral? 50:50 C A D B Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Quartz Coal Diamond Serpentine Next Question

  8. Which type of rock would contain fossils? 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Metamorphic Rock Sedimentary Rock Igneous Rock Any type of rock. Next Question

  9. _________ is taking place at the mid-ocean ridge while older crust is ______________. 50:50 A C B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Melting / Subduction Subduction / Sea Floor Spreading Sea-floor spreading / subduction Subduction / Convection Next Question

  10. When plates are moving together the plates are experiencing _____________ at a ____________ boundary. 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Compression / Divergent Tension / Convergent Compression / Convergent Shearing / Transform Next Question

  11. Which of the following is an example of a compound? 50:50 C A D B Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Nitrogen Gas (N2) Sodium Chloride (NaCl) Nickel (Ni) Chlorine (Cl) Next Question

  12. Which property of minerals is the least helpful in identifying minerals? 50:50 A C B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Streak Hardness Color Luster Next Question

  13. Students who receive the 8 hours of sleep will score higher on the midterm than students who receive less than 8 hours. What is the independent variable? 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Number of students Hours of sleep Test scores Type of test Next Question

  14. Which mineral is the only one that can scratch glass? 50:50 C A B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Calcite Apatite Quartz Gypsum Next Question

  15. If an element has an atomic number of 5 and a mass number of 11 how many neutrons does this element have? 50:50 C A D B Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations 11 Neutrons 6 Neutrons 16 Neutrons 5 Neutrons Next Question

  16. A gas would have the _________ energy and be the ________ __________. 50:50 A C B D Incorrect Please Try Again Correct Congratulations Most / most dense Least / most dense Most / least dense Least / least dense. Next Question