# Sacientific Concepts Test 4b

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### A science teacher asked her students to make a chart identifying the physical properties of each object below:Which of the following would be best to use for this char of physical properties?

• A.

A- age, color, length, mass ion 1

• B.

B- hardness, mass, name, odor 2

• C.

C- color, hardness, mass, length

C. C- color, hardness, mass, length
Explanation
The question asks for the best options to use for a chart identifying the physical properties of objects. Physical properties typically include characteristics such as color, hardness, mass, and length. Therefore, option C, which includes all of these properties, would be the best choice for creating the chart.

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• 2.

### A science teacher asked her students to make a chart identifying the physical properties of each object below:Which of the following would be best to use for this char of physical properties?

• A.

A- age, color, length, mass ion 1

• B.

B- hardness, mass, name, odor 2

• C.

C- color, hardness, mass, length

C. C- color, hardness, mass, length
• 3.

### The characteristic of an object that has mass and takes up space is:

• A.

A- volume

• B.

B- mass

• C.

C- weight

A. A- volume
Explanation
Volume is the characteristic of an object that refers to the amount of space it occupies. It is a physical property that is independent of the object's mass or weight. The volume of an object can be measured by determining the amount of space it displaces or by using mathematical formulas for different shapes. Therefore, volume is the correct answer to the question as it accurately describes the characteristic of an object that has mass and takes up space.

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• 4.

### One of the illustrations below is used to measure the amount of matter that      makes up an object is:

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

A. Option 1
Explanation
Option 1 is the correct answer because it is stated that one of the illustrations is used to measure the amount of matter that makes up an object. Since it is not specified which illustration is used for this purpose, any of the options could potentially be the correct answer.

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• 5.

### The parts of an electromagnet are:

• A.

A- battery, battery holder, nail, wire

• B.

B- battery, battery holder, switch, wire

• C.

C- battery, battery holder, nail, bulb

A. A- battery, battery holder, nail, wire
Explanation
The correct answer is A because an electromagnet requires a power source (battery), a way to hold the battery (battery holder), a conductive material to create a magnetic field (wire), and a core material to enhance the magnetic field (nail). The switch and bulb mentioned in options B and C are not necessary components for an electromagnet.

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### The two phases of matter in the next illustration are:

• A.

A- solid and liquid

• B.

B-solid and gas

• C.

C- liquid and gas

C. C- liquid and gas
Explanation
The correct answer is C - liquid and gas. This is because in the illustration, there are droplets of liquid suspended in the air, indicating the presence of a gas. Therefore, the two phases of matter shown are liquid and gas.

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### What is electricity transformed into when you turn on a TV?

• A.

A- light, motion, and sound

• B.

B- light, sound, and heat

• C.

C- light, heat, and motion

B.  B- light, sound, and heat
Explanation
When you turn on a TV, electricity is transformed into light, sound, and heat. This is because the TV uses electrical energy to power the display, which emits light, and the speakers, which produce sound. Additionally, some of the electrical energy is converted into heat due to the resistance in the TV's components.

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• 8.

### Property that compares an object’s mass to its volume is called:

• A.

A-matter

• B.

B-property

• C.

C- density

C. C- density
Explanation
Density is the property that compares an object's mass to its volume. It is a measure of how much mass is contained within a given volume. Density is calculated by dividing the mass of an object by its volume. Different substances have different densities, which can be used to identify and distinguish between them.

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• 9.

### Which of the following colors represents the greatest density in the illustration below:

• A.

A- red

• B.

B-green

• C.

C-blue

C. C-blue
Explanation
The correct answer is C-blue because blue represents the greatest density in the illustration.

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• 10.

### One of the following is a property of solid particles:

• A.

A-tightly packed and held in place

• B.

B-far apart

• C.

C-close to each other but they are not held tightly in place

A. A-tightly packed and held in place
Explanation
Solid particles are characterized by their close proximity to each other and being held tightly in place. This means that the particles are closely packed together and have strong intermolecular forces that prevent them from moving freely. This property gives solids their definite shape and volume, as the particles are unable to move past each other.

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• 11.

### Which of the following will be attracted to the magnet:

• A.

Eraser

• B.

Paper clips

• C.

Pencil

B. Paper clips
Explanation
Paper clips will be attracted to the magnet because they are made of iron or steel, which are magnetic materials. When a magnetic field is present, these materials become magnetized and are attracted to the magnet. Erasers and pencils are typically made of non-magnetic materials such as rubber or wood, so they will not be attracted to the magnet.

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### The  evaporation process in  water  cycle        chart is number:

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

A. A
Explanation
The correct answer is A because in the water cycle chart, the evaporation process is typically represented as the first step. Evaporation occurs when water changes from a liquid state to a vapor or gas state due to the heat from the sun. This process is crucial in the water cycle as it allows water to be lifted into the atmosphere, where it can later condense and form clouds.

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• 13.

### The illustration that represents the liquid state of matter is:

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

C. Option 3
Explanation
Option 3 represents the liquid state of matter because it shows particles that are close together but still able to move and flow freely. This is a characteristic of liquids, where the particles have more energy than in a solid state but less energy than in a gas state. Option 1 and Option 2 do not accurately represent the liquid state as they either show particles that are too closely packed together (solid state) or too spread out (gas state).

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• 14.

### “Boiling egg” is a process that changes the egg from liquid to solid. This            change is :

• A.

A-melting

• B.

B- chemical change

• C.

C- physical change

B. B- chemical change
Explanation
Boiling an egg involves a chemical change because the heat causes the proteins in the egg to denature and coagulate, resulting in the formation of a solid structure. This is different from a physical change where the substance retains its chemical composition but undergoes a change in state or form. In this case, the egg undergoes a chemical transformation as its molecular structure is altered during the boiling process.

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### An electric charge in motion is called:

• A.

A- electric current

• B.

B- insulator

• C.

C-conductor

A. A- electric current
Explanation
An electric charge in motion is called electric current. Electric current refers to the flow of electric charge through a conductor, such as a wire. When charged particles, such as electrons, move in a specific direction, it creates a flow of electric current. This flow of electric current is what powers electrical devices and allows for the transmission of electricity.

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• 16.

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

A. Option 1
• 17.

### Look carefully at the illustration below. What form of energy is created when a magnet moves near a wire?

• A.

A-kinetic energy

• B.

B-light energy

• C.

C-electrical energy

C. C-electrical energy
Explanation
When a magnet moves near a wire, electrical energy is created. This is because the motion of the magnet induces a flow of electrons in the wire, generating an electric current. This phenomenon is known as electromagnetic induction, and it is the basis for how generators and electric motors work.

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• 18.

### In the illustration below the number that points to the resistor is:

• A.

A- 1

• B.

B-2

• C.

C- 3

A. A- 1
Explanation
In the illustration, the number that points to the resistor is 1. This can be determined by following the line that connects the number to the resistor. The line from number 1 directly connects to the resistor, indicating that it is the number pointing to the resistor.

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• 19.

### Series circuit is a type of circuits that:

• A.

A- the current moves through it when there is a broken loop

• B.

B- has two or more paths through which electric charges may flow

• C.

C- electric charge can flow only in one circular path

A. A- the current moves through it when there is a broken loop
Explanation
In a series circuit, the current only has one path to flow through. If there is a broken loop or an open circuit, the current cannot flow through and the circuit is interrupted. Therefore, the current moves through the circuit when there is a broken loop.

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• 20.

### All magnets have two:

• A.

A- sides

• B.

B- names

• C.

C- poles

A. A- sides
Explanation
Magnets have two sides, commonly referred to as the north pole and the south pole. These sides are characterized by their magnetic properties, with opposite poles attracting each other and similar poles repelling each other. The presence of two sides or poles is a fundamental property of magnets and is essential for their magnetic behavior.

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• 21.

### Which letter of the following magnets represents “repel”:

• A.

A

• B.

B

• C.

C

A. A
Explanation
The letter "A" represents "repel" because in the context of magnets, like poles repel each other. Therefore, the correct answer is "A".

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• 22.

### In the next illustration, if lamp 1 is removed from its holder, what will        happen to lamp 2 :

• A.

A- it will stay working

• B.

B- it will not work

• C.

C-it will get dimmer

A. A- it will stay working
Explanation
If lamp 1 is removed from its holder, it will not have any effect on lamp 2. Lamp 2 will continue to work normally as it is not dependent on lamp 1 for its operation. Therefore, the correct answer is A - it will stay working.

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• 23.

### The best symbol  below that represents the resistor is:

• A.

Option 1

• B.

Option 2

• C.

Option 3

B. Option 2
Explanation
Option 2 is the best symbol that represents a resistor because it consists of a zigzag line, which is the universally recognized symbol for a resistor in electrical circuit diagrams. The zigzag line represents the resistance that the resistor offers to the flow of electric current. This symbol is commonly used in electronic schematics and circuit diagrams to indicate the presence of a resistor in a circuit.

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• 24.

### Ahmad needs to buy a light bulb which saves energy for his room. He found       two types of them, the incandescent light bulb and the fluorescent light bulb.

• A.

A- fluorescent

• B.

B- incandescent

• C.

C- electronic

A.  A- fluorescent
Explanation
Fluorescent light bulbs are known to be more energy-efficient compared to incandescent light bulbs. They use less electricity to produce the same amount of light, making them a better option for saving energy. Therefore, Ahmad should choose the fluorescent light bulb for his room to save energy.

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### The circuit below is one type of circuits that are used at homes and schools.         is :

• A.

A- new circuit

• B.

B- series circuit

• C.

C- parallel circuit Back to top