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1) Which of these is an element? a) H2O b) NaCl c) H2 d) C6H12O6 2) Which of these is a compound? a) CO2 b) C c) O2 d) Si 3) Where is the greatest amount of kinetic energy? a) A b) B c) C d) E 4) Where is the greatest amount of potential energy? a) A b) B c) C d) D 5) What is the largest planet is our solar system? a) Jupiter b) Venus c) Earth d) Mars e) Pluto f) Saturn 6) Which example is a balanced force? a) A runner running b) A ball rolling down the hill c) A book sitting on a table d) A cat running on a fence 7) When a planet spins on its axis, this movement is called... a) Revolution b) Orbit c) Rotation 8) How does heat move? a) From cold areas to hot areas b) From hot areas to cold areas c) It doesn't move 9) What planet is between Venus and Mars? a) Earth b) Mercury c) Jupiter d) Neptune 10) Where is the highest point of potential energy? a) A b) B c) C d) D 11) Where is the highest point of kinetic energy? a) A b) B c) C d) D 12) Which of these is an unbalanced force? a) A person standing at their locker b) A dog laying on the couch c) A car stopped at a stoplight d) A girl swinging on a swing 13) Charlie ran 20 meters in 5 seconds. How fast did Charlie run? a) 4 m/s b) 10 m/s c) 100 m/s d) 150 m/s 14) Which of these is a compound? a) Na b) H2O c) O2 d) S 15) Which is showing an example of mechanical energy? a) A light bulb b) A bicyclist c) A fire d) A battery 16) What does this graph show? a) Constant speed b) An object speeding up c) No movement d) An object slowing down 17) Calculate the density of an object whose mass is 27g and volume of 3mL. (Density = Mass/Volume) a) 3 g/mL b) 81 g/mL c) 24 g/mL d) 9g/mL 18) What does this graph show? a) Constant Speed b) Object speeding up c) No movement d) Objects slowing down 19) Which of these is the best example of thermal energy? a) An iPhone b) A bicycle c) A fire d) A battery 20) Burning your ear with a flat iron would be an example of heat transfer by... a) Conduction b) Convection c) Radiation 21) What is the net force? a) 0N b) 5N --> c) 10N --> d) 25N <-- 22) What is the energy transformation in a solar panel? a) Radiant (solar) --> electrical --> radiant (light) b) Radiant (light) --> nuclear --> electrical c) Nuclear --> electrical --> radiant (light) 23) What is the order of the inner planets from the sun? a) Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars b) Mars, Venus, Earth, Mercury c) Mercury, Earth, Venus, Mars d) Mars, Venus, Earth, Jupiter 24) What is the net force? a) 6N --> b) 1N --> c) 5N <-- d) 1N <-- 25) What is the net force? a) 5N <-- b) 5N --> c) 10N --> d) 10N <-- 26) Describe the movement of the object. a) Slowing down b) Speeding up c) Not moving d) Constant speed 27) Describe the movement of the object. a) Slowing down b) Speeding up c) Not moving d) Constant speed
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