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Gov's cup science

Governor's cup for science # 10

Electric charges move from one place to another and cause a current
What type of cloud would be found nearest to the ground? fog
What tool would most likely be used to measure the volume of a liquid? Graduated cylinder
What type of matter does not have a definite shape nor a definite volume? Gases
An entomologist would most likely not study spiders
Heat is a type of energy that can be transferred well through materials called conductors
What do we call cells of the same kind that are grouped together to carry out the same job? Tissues
Soil characteristics can differ greatly from place to place. What type of soil has very tiny grains that are very close together? Clay
This fact about Isaac Newton is not correct. He developed four laws of motion.
A seed remains dormant, or at rest, until it begins to grow. What statement is true about seeds and germination? Germination is the stage where the seed first begins to grow.
Created by: scscolts