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2016 Fall Final Exam

2016 Fall Final Exam Review

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Is this a qualitative observation, quantitative observation, or an inference? I see desks and chairs in this room. qualitative observation
Is this a qualitative observation, quantitative observation, or an inference? It looks like it’s cold outside. inference
Is this a qualitative observation, quantitative observation, or an inference? Mr. Karnes seems happy today. inference
Is this a qualitative observation, quantitative observation, or an inference? I heard two emergency drill announcements. quantitative observation
Is this a qualitative observation, quantitative observation, or an inference? This Coke tastes bubbly. qualitative observation
I am investigating if mass affects the density of rocks. What Science equipment would you need to complete this investigation? a balance and graduated cylinder
What equipment is needed to measure height or distance? a ruler or meter stick
What unit of measure is used on a ruler or meter stick? meter (m), centimeter (cm), millimeter (mm)
What unit of measure is used on a thermometer? degrees Celsius or Farhenheit
What unit of measure is used on a balance? grams
What unit of measure is used in a graduated cylinder? milliliters (mL)
The object traveled 15 meters/minute. Does this describe speed or velocity? Speed
The object traveled 15 meters/minute southeast. Does this describe speed or velocity? velocity (speed in a given direction)
If you do not understand a direction or part of a laboratory procedure, what should you do? You should read the lab instructions and ask your teacher if you still are unsure.
After completing an experiment, what should be done with chemical waste? Your teacher should let you know how and where to dispose of chemical waste from an experiment.
Why is it difficult to categorize the physical properties of metalloids? Metalloids share properties of both metals and nonmetals.
Where are metals located on the Periodic Table of Elements? on the left side
Where are metalloids located on the Periodic Table of Elements? between metals and nonmetals along the zigzag line
Where are nonmetals located on the Periodic Table of Elements? on the right side
O is the chemical symbol for which element? Use the Periodic Table to answer this question :) Oxygen
What elements are most abundant in living things? Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Carbon
The mass of an object is 27g. The volume is 3 mL. What is the density? Density = mass/volume Density = 9 g/mL
What energy resources are nonrenewable? Oil, coal, natural gas, and nuclear energy
What energy resources are renewable? water, solar, wind, biomass, and geothermal energy
What are advantages of renewable resources? They have unlimited supply and they pollute our environment less than nonrenewable resources.
What are advantages of nonrenewable resources? They are inexpensive and easy to access and transport. They can be used for a variety of purposes such as powering electricity or fuel for our vehicles.
What objects are the BEST reference points for an object in motion? Reference points should be a stationary object or an object that doesn't move.
What are limitations of models used in Science? They are usually not the same size and possibly not the same shape. They are often not made of the same material as the real object.
What graph is best for showing changes over time? line graphs
What graph is used to show percentage or parts of a whole? pie or circle graphs
What graph is best for comparing data? bar graphs
What is true about the speed of an object? It is calculated with distance and time; such as in meter per minute
Created by: marybuchholz