# Mrs. Collette's Science Quiz

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• 1.
1)  Tobias rode his bike on a road for a 2 hr period. On average, he passed a 1 km marker every 3 min during this period. Which of the following was his average speed for this 2 hr period?
• A.

10 kph

• B.

15 kph

• C.

20 kph

• D.

25 kph

• 2.
2)  Which of the following keeps the planets in our solar system in orbit around the Sun?
• A.

Atmospheric pressure

• B.

Gravitational force

• C.

Electromagnetic energy

• D.

Thermal energy

• 3.
3)  An escalator at a shopping mall is 10 m long and moves at a constant speed of 0.5 m/s. If José steps onto the escalator at the bottom while it is moving, how long will it take him to travel the 10 m?
• A.

5 seconds

• B.

10 seconds

• C.

15 seconds

• D.

20 seconds

• 4.
4)  The Moon orbits Earth at a speed of approximately one kilometer per second. The Moon is kept in orbit by which of the following?
• A.

Lunar phases

• B.

Magnetism

• C.

Ocean tides

• D.

Gravity

• 5.
Physic5)  The graph below relates distance to time for a rolling ball.What is the average speed of the ball?
• A.

2 m/s

• B.

6 m/s

• C.

8 m/s

• D.

72 m/s

• 6.
al6)  The drawing below shows part of a graduated cylinder containing liquid. Based on the sensitivity of the graduated cylinder, what is the volume of the liquid?
• A.

70.5 mL

• B.

73.0 mL

• C.

76.7 mL

• D.

87.0 mL

• 7.
7) The two beakers below contain pure water. Which of the following properties is the same for both of these samples?
• A.

Mass

• B.

Weight

• C.

Volume

• D.

Boiling point

• 8.
8)  The diagram below shows the path of a jet from Washington, D.C. to Dallas, TX. The trip takes approximately 2 hours and covers approximately 1900 km. Which of the following best describes the speed and direction of the jet’s flight?
• A.

475 km/h southwest

• B.

950 km/h southwest

• C.

1900 km/h southwest

• D.

3800 km/h southwest

• 9.
9)  In order for a glider to fly, its weight must be opposed by
• A.

Lift

• B.

Drag

• C.

Gravity

• D.

Friction

• 10.
10)  The graph below relates distance to time for a jogger on a morning run.  Juan is on a morning jog. His speed is represented in the graph. Between what time period did Juan stop for a water break?
• A.

Between 0 and 3 minutes

• B.

Between 4 and 6 minutes

• C.

Between 7 and 11 minutes

• D.

Between 12 and 15 minutes

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