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Science 1st SF

First semester final exam 2018

QuestionAnswer
The factor in an experiment that you are in control of... What you change Independent Variable
The factor in an experiment that changes as a result of the independent variable Dependent Variable
Factors in an experiment that remain the same throughout Constants
Group used for comparison in an experiment Control
A scientific statement that explains an expected outcome Hypothesis
Organelle that decides what can enter and what can exit the cell Cell membrane
Organelle, found only in plants, that provides structure Cell wall
Organelle known as the control center of the cell Nucleus
Organelle known as the powerhouse of the cell Mitochondria
Small organelles found on the rough ER that produce protein Ribsomes
Organelle found only in plants - where photosynthesis takes place Chloroplast
Organelle found only in plants - stores water and nutrients Vacuole
What process in animal cells changes glucose into energy Cellular Respiration
What process in plant cells changes sunlight into glucose Photosynthesis
Which characteristics of life represents: Maintaining a stable internal environment Homeostasis
Which characteristics of life represents: Puppies changing into dogs Growth and Development
Which characteristics of life represents: Skin cells have a different job than muscle cells Organization
Which characteristics of life represents: Flowers growing towards the sun Response to stimuli
Which characteristics of life represents: Carb loading before a big game Use of Energy
What property of an object determines how much inertia it has? Mass
Desire of an object to remain in motion Inertia
Objects will remain at a constant speed unless a _____________ force acts upon them. Unbalanced
Which law states: An object in motion will remain in motion; An object at rest will remain at rest. Newtons 1st Law
Which law states: When an unbalanced force is applied to an object, it causes it to move in the same direction as the force. (F=ma) Newtons 2nd Law
Which law states: Every action has an equal and opposite reaction. Newtons 3rd Law
Answer with 1st, 2nd, or 3rd: A grocery cart full of groceries is harder to push than an empty cart. 2nd
Answer with 1st, 2nd, or 3rd: A book sitting on the desk does not move until picked up. 1st
Answer with 1st, 2nd, or 3rd: Firing a rifle results in the gun pushing against your shoulder. 3rd
Created by: christie.herbik