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Quiz 1.3

How can you test conductors and insulators? Connect the object to a circuit and see if the bulb lights up
Which metals are MAGNETIC? Steel, iron, nickel, cobalt (remember S.I.N.C)
Which metals are NOT magnetic? gold, copper, zinc, lead, aluminum
What is a hypothesis? A statement that comes BEFORE you do the experiment, which predicts what you think will happen
What property has to do with sinking and floating? Relative Density
What is a conductor? A material that ALLOWS heat or electricity to pass through
What is an insulator? a material that STOPS heat or electricity from passing through
Examples of insulators oven mitts, wood, glass, plastic
Ice melting and becoming water An example of a solid changing to a liquid
Juice freezing into a Popsicle An example of a liquid changing to a solid
Water boiling and becoming water vapor An example of a liquid turning into a gas
Oxygen, the carbonation in a soda (carbon dioxide), helium Examples of gasses
Soda, broth, water, juice Examples of liquids
Ice, a table, glass, metals Examples of solids
Why should you always repeat an experiment? to make sure your results are RELIABLE
Examples of scientific investigations creating a model, planning an experiment, observing
What is the boiling point for water? 100 degrees Celsius
Examples of RENEWABLE resources air, water, sunlight, paper, cloth
Examples of NON-renewable resources gasoline, fossil fuels, metals, diamonds
How can you test conductors and insulators? Connect the object to a circuit and see if the bulb lights up
Created by: mszook



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