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Ewings 9 weeks test

Only for those at victory lakes mr ewings preap science

QuestionAnswer
Why are there seasons on earth Because its tilted
Earth has day and night cycles because the earth is tilted
A year on the earth occurs when the earth makes one rotation around the sun
What season is it in the Northern Hemisphere when it is facing the sun summer
What season is it in the Northern Hemisphere when it is facing away from the sun winter
In the Northern Hemisphere, December 21st is the 1st day of winter
This is called the (On December 21st is the 1st day of winter) winter solstice
The daylight hours in the winter are going to be shorter
What season is it in the Southern Hemisphere when its winter in the Northern Hemisphere summer
In the Northern Hemisphere, March 21 is the 1st day of spring
Spring is called the spring equinox
In the Southern Hemisphere, March 21 is the 1st day of fall
In the winter, sun rays that strike the Northern Hemisphere are indirect
during the summer the daylight hours in the Northern Hemisphere are going to be longer
In the Northern Hemisphere, June 21st, is the 1st day of summer
Summer in the Northern Hemisphere is called summer solstice
in the Southern Hemisphere It is the 1st day of winter
During the summer the sun rays that strike the Northern Hemisphere are direct
during the summer the daylight hours in the Northern Hemisphere are going to be longer
in the Northern Hemisphere on September 21/22, it is the 1st day of fall
Fall is called fall equinox
in the Southern Hemisphere September 21/22, it is the 1st day of spring
The Earth rotates and revolves counterclockwise
Direct rays are ____ than indirect rays. stronger
Summer rays are and winter rays are direct and indirect
The daily rise and fall of sea level is called a ___________ tide
The main cause of tides is the gravitational pull of the ______ on the Earth. moon
A____ occurs on the side of Earth that is closest to the Moon and on the opposite side of Earth. high tide
_____occur at tidal bulges, and _____ occur between tidal bulges. high tides and low tide
A ___ tide occurs when the Earth, Moon, and Sun are lined up in a straight line. spring
This means that high tides will___ be than usual and low tides are ____ higher and lower
Spring tides only occurs during a ____________ and _____________ phase because both the sun and moon are pulling on Earth’s waters. full and new moon
A ____tide occurs when the Sun and Moon pull on Earth at right angles. neap
This results in _____ than normal high tides and ____ low tides. lower and higher
List the moon phases in order new moon, waxing crescent, 1st quarter, waxing gibbous, full moon, waning gibbous nt, 3rd quarter, waning crescent
The Earth ______________ around the sun once every ______(days, or hrs.) and _________ on its imaginary axis once every ______(days, or hrs.). rotates, 365.25 days, 24 hours
How much of the sun lit side of the moon do we see during a 1st and 3rd Quarter phases? __________‐ 1/2 of it
How long does it take to go from the New Moon phase to the 1st quarter? _____________ 6 days
The moon is____ as the moon goes from the New Moon to the Full Moon because we are seeing more of the sun lit side of the Moon. waxing
The moon _____is as it is moving from the Full Moon to the New Moon because we are seeing less of the sun lit side of the moon. waning
The moon phases travel in a_______ fashion. counterclockwise
From a bird’s eye view, if the sun is on the right, the waxing side is on the ___If the sun appears on the left, the waxing side is on the top and bottem
The waxing side is always lit on the ___side, and the waning side is always lit on the___ side. Right and left
Day and night occur on Earth because the Earth _________, and seasons occur because the Earth ____________________________. rotated and it is tilted
How long does it take the moon to travel through the entire Lunar Cycle? ___________________ one month
A Neap Tide occurs during the _____________ and _______________ Phases, 1st quarter, 3rd quarter
_____________________ variable is the one that change on purpose in an experiment. independent
_______________________ variable is the one that is being studied in an experiment. dependent
What is atomic mass? Mass of the nucleus which includes protons and neutrons
If you subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass of an atom, you will have the number of _________________________? neutrons
Use the formula C6H12O6 to answer the following questions a. How many Elements? __________ b. How many Atoms total _______, C ______, H ______, and O ______ a. 3 b. C=6, H=12 O=6
What are the two regions of an atom? _____________________ nucleus and electron cloud
What determines the identity of an element? ___________________ Number of protons and electroncs
What is the total charge of an atom that has the same number of protons and electrons? neutral
What are the valence electrons? ___________________________________ out layer of electrons
The Atlantic mid‐ocean ridge is an area of massive sea‐floor spreading, which results in the formation of new sea floor. This process is caused by: ___________ convection
Which of the following Earth processes results in the destruction of oceanic lithosphere (crust)? subduction
_____is responsible for Mtn. building convergent
An area on a topographic map showing a cliff would have the contour lines: close together
What is Newton’s 1st law the law of inertia
What is Newton’s 2nd law F=MA
What is Newton’s 3rd law action= equal and opposite reaction
Speed: ________________________________________________ How fast object is going
Velocity: _______________________________________________ How fast object is going with a direction
Acceleration: ___________________________________________ a change in speed or direction or both on an object
Created by: MourningKnave04