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In New York State, the longest period of daylight occurs during which month?. A) June B) March C) December D) September. A. Sleet, rain, snow, and hail are forms of. A) erosion B) evaporation C) groundwater D) precipitation. D. Water freezing is an example of a .

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    1. In New York State, the longest period of daylight occurs during which month? • A) June • B) March • C) December • D) September

    2. A

    3. Sleet, rain, snow, and hail are forms of • A) erosion • B) evaporation • C) groundwater • D) precipitation

    4. D

    5. Water freezing is an example of a • A) liquid changing to a solid • B) solid changing to a liquid • C) gas changing to a solid • D) gas changing to a liquid

    6. A

    7. Which form of energy is needed to change water from a liquid to a gas? • A) heat • B) mechanical • C) chemical • D) sound

    8. A

    9. Which type of energy does a person use to pedal a bicycle? • A) light • B) sound • C) mechanical • D) electrical

    10. C

    11. Which object is the best conductor of electricity? • A) a wax crayon • B) a plastic spoon • C) a rubber eraser • D) an iron nail

    12. D

    13. Which process causes rainwater to disappear when it sits outside in the hot air? • A) condensation • B) evaporation • C) precipitation • D) erosion

    14. B

    15. Which characteristic can a human offspring inherit? • A) facial scar • B) blue eyes • C) long hair • D) broken leg

    16. B

    17. A duck’s feathers are covered with a natural oil that keeps the duck dry. This is a special feature ducks have that helps them • A) feed their young • B) adapt to their environment • C) attract a mate • D) search for food

    18. B

    19. The functions of a plant’s roots are to support the plant and • A) make food • B) produce fruit • C) take in water and nutrients • D) aid in germination

    20. C

    21. Which food is a fruit? • A) a potato • B) an onion • C) a carrot • D) a pumpkin

    22. D

    23. In which environment would a white rabbit be best protected from predators? • A) a shady forest • B) a snowy field • C) a grassy lawn • D) a muddy riverbank

    24. B

    25. Frogs lay eggs that develop into tadpoles and then into adult frogs. This sequence of changes is an example of how living things • A) go through a life cycle • B) form a food web • C) act as a source of food • D) affect other parts of the ecosystem

    26. A

    27. A mother hen clucks loudly when danger is near and her chicks quickly gather around her. Which sense helps the chicks receive this warning about danger from their mother? • A) smell • B) taste • C) sight • D) sound

    28. D

    29. A student reaches one hand into a bag filled with smooth objects. The student feels the objects but does not look into the bag. Which property of the objects can the student most likely identify? • A) shape • B) color • C) ability to reflect light • D) ability to conduct electricity

    30. A

    31. A student has a ball of clay that sinks when placed in a pan of water. Which property should he change to make the clay float? • A) color • B) texture • C) mass • D) shape

    32. D

    33. A girl signals her friend by shining a flashlight on a mirror. Her friend can see the signal because • A) heat energy can be transferred from one object to another • B) mechanical energy can be transferred from one object to another • C) sound energy can be reflected from one object to another • D) light energy can be reflected from one object to another

    34. D

    35. Which part of the plant produces the seeds? • A) flower • B) leaves • C) stem • D) roots

    36. A

    37. Which cycle is correct? • A) morning-sunrise-afternoon-sunset • B) summer-fall-winter-spring • C) seed-mature plant-fruit-seedling • D) baby-teenager-child-adult

    38. B

    39. Which statement explains why the Sun appears to rise and set each day? • A) Earth rotates. • B) The sun rotates. • C) The sun revolves around Earth. • D) Earth revolves around the Sun.

    40. A

    41. Which statement describes the general path the Sun takes as it appears to move across the sky for an observer in New York State? • A) The Sun rises in the west and sets in the east. • B) The Sun rises in the east and sets in the west. • C) The Sun rises in the north and sets in the south. • D) The Sun rises in the south and sets in the north.

    42. B

    43. Which unit is used to measure how warm or cool the air is? • A) grams • B) kilometers • C) degrees Celsius • D) cubic centimeters

    44. C

    45. A soil sample contains living and nonliving materials. Which material was once living? • A) sand particles • B) decomposing leaves • C) small pebbles • D) water droplets

    46. B

    47. Water is boiled in a pan on a stove. The state of matter of the water changes from • A) liquid to solid • B) solid to liquid • C) gas to liquid • D) liquid to gas

    48. D

    49. Which kind of energy is produced when a student beats a drum? • A) electrical • B) sound • C) light • D) chemical

    50. B