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STEM Science Bowl

Who invented the telephone? Alexander Graham Bell
In the metric system, what is the basic metric unit of mass? Kilogram
What word refers to animals with a backbone? Vertebrates
Who invented the steam engine? James Watt
Name the planet in our solar system that is closest to the sun. Mercury
Who invented the steam powered boat? Robert Fulton
What is the symbol for milliliters? mL
State the 6 letter noun refers to any member of the cat family, and begins with the letter “f”? feline
Who invented the phonograph? Thomas Edison
In science, which element’s symbol is “O”? Oxygen
Who invented eyeglasses? Benjamin Franklin
In the International System of Units (SI), what is the unit of temperature? Kelvin
Who invented the successful flying airplane? Orville and Wilbur Wright
One cubic centimeter is equal to how many milliliters? 1mL
Which force acts upon an object to slow it down, or stop its motion? Friction
What temperature scale is used most often in the U.S. for weather? Fahrenheit
Which animal is the fastest land mammal? Cheetah
What instrument used to measure temperature? Thermometer
Identify the type of simple machine that consists of a rope and a wheel. Pulley
Who invented the railroad sleeping car? George Pullman
Who invented the wireless telegraph? Guglialmo Marconi
Who invented mechanical reaper/harvester? Cyrus Mccormick
Identify the 7 colors of the visible light spectrum. Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, Violet
Which coolant is used in its natural state at many energy plants? water
Who invented the assembly line production? Henry Ford
What is the name of a cone-shaped mountain formed by lava? Volcano
What gas makes up the majority of our atmosphere? Nitrogen
The tanning rays of the sun are called: Ultraviolet rays
Created by: cheath145