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Adams 5th STAAR Mix

Mostly Physical Science Vocab

The amount of matter in an object Mass
A measure of how much of a certain substance will dissolve in another substance Soluble
A forms that matter takes on: solid, liquid and gas States Of Matter
When poles push away Repel
Has definite shape and volume Solid
A sled on snow is an example of?
The amount of matter and object takes up Volume
Does not have a definite shape but does have a definite volume Liquid
Which is less dense: Oil or Sand Oil
Which is more dense: Wood or Gold Gold
Which is more dense: Plastic or Coins Coins
Which is less dense: Rocks or Cork Cork
Unable to dissolve in water: Insoluble
What do oil, sand, pebbled and paper have in common? They are insoluble
Styrofoam, plastic, dry air and cotton are all examples of? Insulators
True or False: all metals melt at the same temperature? False
True or False: Water is considered to be a conductor? True
Used as protection around electrical wires: Rubber or plastic or insulator
Gravity, magnetism and friction are examples of? Forces
What part of a magnet is it the strongest? The poles
A compass is an example of? Magnetism
A rock at the top of a steep hill: Potential energy
A place where an object is located: Position
Any change in the location of an object Motion
Swimming in a pool is an example of? Kinetic or mechanical energy
The energy of heat Thermal
What kind of energy is from the Sun Solar
Created by: Science STAAR