# 2018 Water Properties Labs Review Practice Quiz - Water Pressure

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Water Properties Labs: Quiz

• 1.
Water Pressure Lab: Observe these containers:What is the greatest source of the pressure exerted on the water?
• A.

Air

• B.

Gravity

• C.

Water

• D.

Surface tension

• 2.
The water and air pressure lab:If the lab were done while climbing Mt. Everest, as altitude increases what happens?
• A.

As altitude increases, air becomes less dense and the air pressure decreases. The water would not shoot out of the container.

• B.

As altitude increases, air becomes more dense and the air pressure decreases. The water would not shoot out of the container.

• C.

As altitude increases, air becomes more dense and the air pressure increases. The water would shoot out of the container farther than in the classroom.

• D.

As altitude increases, air becomes less dense and the air pressure increases. The water would shoot out of the container farther than in the classroom.

• 3.
Think about Mt. Everest. Complete this statement: As altitude increases, air becomes.......
• A.

less dense, decreasing atmospheric pressure.

• B.

More dense, increasing atmospheric pressure.

• C.

less dense, increasing atmospheric pressure.

• D.

More dense, decreasing atmospheric pressure.

• 4.
Choose the correct term to fill in the blank.The Earth's __________ pulls on air, and this pull, or "pressure" of air, is called atmospheric pressure.
• A.

Gravity

• B.

Density

• C.

Volume

• D.

Air Pressure

• 5.
In the water pressure lab:What would happen to the water coming out of the container if the container holes were larger?
• A.

If the holes were larger, the volume of water flowing is greater, but slower with less pressure.

• B.

If the holes were larger, the volume of water flowing is less, but faster with more pressure.

• C.

If the holes were larger, the volume of water flowing is greater, faster and with more pressure.

• D.

If the holes were larger, the volume of water flowing is greater, faster and with less pressure.

• 6.
In the water pressure labs:What would happen to the water coming out of the container if the container holes were made smaller?
• A.

Water comes out of the container faster, is under greater pressure and there is less volume of water in the flow.

• B.

Water comes out of the container faster, is under less pressure and there is greater volume of water in the flow.

• C.

Water comes out of the container slower, is under greater pressure and there is less volume of water in the flow.

• D.

Water comes out of the container slower, is under less pressure and there is less volume of water in the flow.

• 7.
Water Pressure Lab: Observe these containers:Identify the condition the water in the bottle would be under the greatest pressure?
• A.

Bottle with the cap off

• B.

Cap-on, bottle with the widest opening

• C.

Cap-on, bottle with the narrowest opening

• D.

None of these

• 8.
In the water pressure lab, of the two containers and three holes: Which container and which container hole had the least amount of water coming out when the hole was un-taped?
• A.

Capped, top hole

• B.

Uncapped, top hole

• C.

Uncapped, middle hole

• D.

Capped, middle hole