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True or False Sound waves travel at different speeds in different materials True
Does sound travel faster in a solid, liquid, or gas? Solid
If a pencil is placed in water, why does it appear to be bending? Light travels differently in the air than it does in water
Which wavelength is associated with a sunburn? Ultraviolet light
Why can you see the color blue? wavelengths of blue light are reflected from the object and enter the eye
How much of the EM spectrum can the human eye see? a small portion
Which is more closely related? a cat and a bear or a cat and bacteria? cat and a bear
True or False Organisms in the same order are more closely related than organisms in the same kingdom True
Organisms are classified by? Habitat, appearance, and bone structure
Everything is made of... Atoms
How is an atom identified? By it's number of protons
Is water a good example of a solute? No
Has the longest wavelength radiowaves
also known as a heat wave infrared wave
wave that causes sunburn ultraviolet wave
most harmful wave gamma ray
How is speed measured? m/s
How is velocity measured? m/s, north
How is acceleration measured? m/s^2
A book sits on a table and does not move. Which law of motion is this? 1st
Shooting a toy rocket is an example of which law of motion? 3rd
If kicking harder causes a swimmer to move faster, which law of motion is this? 2nd law
What is a solution? made of 2 things
What is a solute? something that gets dissolved
What is a solvent? something that dissolves things
Created by: indycreed