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Electricity / Space

True False review questions

QuestionAnswer
An electric current is the continuous flow of neutrons. false
An electric current is the continuous flow of electrons true
An electric current is the continuous flow of protons false
Electricity can flow through a closed circuit true
Electricity can flow through a open circuit false
Rubber, wood, and metals are insulators false
Rubber, wood, and plastic are insulators true
You have to get out of the pool when a storm is coming because water is a conductor true
You have to get out of the pool when a storm is coming because water is an insulator false
A series circuit has only one path for electricity to flow true
A series circuit has more than one path for electricity to flow false
Christmas lights are usually a parallel circuit, that way if one light goes out, they don’t all go out true
You can increase the strength of an electromagnet by decreasing the number of time you wrap the wire around the iron nail false
Christmas lights are usually a series circuit, that way if one light goes out, they don’t all go out false
You can increase the strength of an electromagnet by increasing the number of time you wrap the wire around the iron nail true
An electromagnet will not pick things up if the electric current is not flowing through the wire true
Ben Franklin invented the light bulb false
Thomas Edison invented the light bulb true
Ben Franklin realized that lightning was a form of current electricity false
Ben Franklin realized that lightning was a form of static electricity true
Michael Faraday worked with electromagnets true
Michael Faraday worked with lightning rods false
Michael Faraday made the first electrical generator true
Michael Faraday helped improve the light bulb false
A rotation means to move in a circle around something false
The earth rotates around the sun false
The earth revolves around the sun true
The moon rotates around the earth false
The moon revolves around earth true
Rotation means one full spin of an object on it’s axis true
The earth makes one full rotation every 365 days false
The earth makes one full rotation every 24 hours true
The earth makes one full revolution around the sun every 365 days true
The earth makes one full revolution around the sun every 24 hours false
The moon makes one rotation about every month false
The moon makes one revolution around the earth about once a month true
The tilt of the moon on its axis causes the seasons false
The tilt of the sun on its axis causes the seasons false
The tilt of the earth on its axis causes the seasons true
When our part of the earth is tilted toward the sun, we are having winter false
When our part of the earth is tilted toward the sun, we are having summer true
When our part of the earth is tilted away from the sun we are having winter true
When our part of the earth is titled away from the sun we are having summer false
The sun is an average-sized yellow star true
The sun is an extra-large red star false
The sun is about 5 times the diameter of the earth false
The sun is about 50 times the diameter of the earth false
The sun is about 110 times the diameter of the earth true
The sun is about 4.6 million years old false
The sun is about 4.6 billion years old true
The moon is a satellite of the earth true
The earth is a satellite of the moon false
The moon’s diameter is about two times the earth’s diameter false
The moon’s diameter is about ¼ earth’s diameter true
The moon is gaseous, like the gas giants false
The moon is rocky true
Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher who believed the sun was the center of the solar system false
Aristotle was an ancient Greek philosopher who believed the earth was the center of the solar system true
Ptolemy was an ancient Greek philosopher who believed the sun was the center of the solar system false
Galileo was an ancient Greek philosopher who believed the sun was the center of the solar system false
Ptolemy was an Egyptian astronomer that believed that the sun was the center of the solar system false
Ptolemy was an Egyptian astronomer that believed that the earth was the center of the solar system true
Copernicus was a Polish astronomer that believed that the earth was the center of the solar system false
Copernicus was a Polish astronomer that believed that the sun was the center of the solar system true
Galieo was an Italian astronomer that used the newly invented microscope to prove that the sun was the center of the solar system false
Galieo was an Italian astronomer that used the newly invented telescope to prove that the sun was the center of the solar system true
Galieo was an Italian astronomer that used the newly invented telescope to prove that the earth was the center of the solar system false
The moon gets bigger as the month goes on false
The moon gets smaller as the month goes on false
When no moon is visible in the sky, we call it a new moon true
The moon is not in the sky when it is a new moon false
The period when the moon appears to be getting larger in the sky is called waxing true
The period when the moon appears to be getting larger in the sky is called waning false
The period when the moon appears to be getting smaller in the sky is called waxing false
The period when the moon appears to be getting smaller in the sky is called waning true
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are the gas giants false
Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars are the terrestrial planets true
Terrestrial means gaseous false
Terrestrial means rocky true
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are gas giants true
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune are the terrestrial planets false
My Very Eager Mother Just Served Us Nachos is a way to remember the order of the planets from the sun out true
My Very Eager Mother Just Served Us Nachos is a way to remember the planets in order of their size false
Just Sing Until Noon, Every Voice Makes Music is a way to remember the order of the planets from the sun out false
Just Sing Until Noon, Every Voice Makes Music is a way to remember the order of the planets by their size true
Jealous Sisters Usually Never Eat Very Many Marshmallows could help remember the order of the planets from the sun out false
Jealous Sisters Usually Never Eat Very Many Marshmallows could help remember the order of the planets from largest to smallest true
Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune have rings true
Pluto is considered a “dwarf planet” true
The moon revolves around the earth about once every 29 days true
Locations closet to the equator stay hot or warm all year long true
Locations closet to the equator have season like Virginia false
The earth is one of eight planets that revolve around the sun true
The earth is the fourth planet from the sun false
The earth is the third planet from the sun true
The earth is one of five terrestrial inner planets false
The earth is one of four terrestrial inner planets true
The reason earth can support life is because of carbon dioxide and magma false
The reason earth can support life is because of oxygen and water true
The surface of the moon is rocky with craters and mountains true
The moon has an atmosphere like earth false
The sun is very hot and made of iron and nickel false
The sun is very hot and made of hydrogen and helium true
Our solar system is part of the Milky Way Galaxy true
Our solar system is part of the Three Muskateers Galaxy false
The Nasa Apollo missions sent astronauts to Mars false
The Nasa Apollo missions sent astronauts to the moon true
Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon true
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