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Gov's cup science

Governor's cup for science # 7

What is not true about red blood cells? They can destroy microbes.
Rachel Carson wrote a book about the dangers of certain pesticides. What is its title? Silent Spring
What substance is an element? Aluminum
When you look at a pencil that is sticking out of a glass of water, the pencil looks broken at the surface of the water. Why is this? Light travels faster in air than in water.
In which type of rocks would you most likely find fossils? Sedimentary
What do we call small pieces of rock, soil, and sand that are carried by running water? Sediment
What do wind socks and wind vanes measure? The direction of the wind
What choice does not help make up the male part of a flower? Ovary
Created by: scscolts