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Mr. Little's Science Study Guide Review

one liter is close to: 1 quart
one yard is close to: 1 meter
1 yard = 3 feet
bioluminescent living thing that gives off light
hertz measures frequency of sound
mushrooms, mold, mildew, yeast fungi
amoeba and paramecium protists
bacteria monera
instrument that measures mass balance
measures milliliters graduated cylinder
1,000 meters = 1 kilometer
1/100 meter = 1 centimeter
1/1000 meter = 1 millimeter
granite, pumice, basalt igneous rocks
limestone, sandstone sedimentary rocks
marble, slate, gneiss metamorphic rock
tin foil is: opaque
wax paper is: translucent
most plant reproduce with seeds, but ferns and mosses (and fungi) reproduce with: spores
2,000 pounds = 1 ton
32 F = freezing point
212 F = boiling point
the role an organism plays in its environment: niche
two objects rubbing together create friction
energy of motion is: kinetic energy
stored energy is: potential energy
quadrilaterals have: 4 sides
pentagons have: 5 sides
hexagons have: 6 sides
octagons have: 8 sides
the 3 angles of a triangle always add up to: 180
animals hibernate, plants go into: dormancy
Dogs, bats and other animals can hear ________ sounds that humans cannot hear. Whales can hear lower frequency sounds. higher frequency
Musical instruments _____ to produce sounds. vibrate
An instrument that uses sound echoes to measure see the ocean floor or underwater objects is a: sonar
_______ is a combination of several different wavelengths of light traveling together. white light
The wavelengths of light from longest to shortest are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. To remember this we use: Roy G Biv
The color light with the longest wavelength is: red
The color light with the shortest wavelength is: violet
Light travels much _____ than sound through the atmosphere. faster
Light travels in straight paths called: rays
When light bounces off an object, it is: reflected
When light bends, it is: refracted
When light passes through an object, it is: transmitted
Light passes easily through a window because the glass is: transparent
Some light can pass through wax paper. Wax paper is: translucent
If you cool a gas, it may _______ into a liquid. condense
If you cool a liquid, it may ______ into a solid. freeze
Clouds, dew, water droplets on the outside of a glass on a hot day, are all caused by: condensation
In a solid, the molecules are: tightly packed and barely moving
In a gas the molecules are: moving fast and spread apart
Living things are made of: cells
Using a ______ you can see many parts of a cell. microscope
Created by: PRO Teacher lit123