# Scientific Method And SI System (John Glenn- Mac)

35 Questions | Total Attempts: 333  Settings  This is a 35 point test on the Metric System (SI) and scientific method.

• 1.
When using the scientific method a scientist first needs a problem.  After the scientist has a problem, they next:
• A.

run an experiment.

• B.

Make a hypothesis.

• C.

Collect information about the problem and makes observations.

• D.

State the conclusion.

• 2.
A proposed solution to a problem or an educated guess is called a(n):
• A.

Hypothesis

• B.

Conclusion

• C.

Variable

• D.

Constant

• 3.
While doing an experiment on pesticides, a group of plants is treated with a pesticide. Another group is not.  Those treated with the pesticide are called the:
• A.

Experimental group

• B.

Hypothesis group

• C.

Control group

• D.

Procedural group

• 4.
In scientific studies throughout the world, the system scientist use for measuring is the:
• A.

Metric system (SI)

• B.

English system

• C.

World system

• D.

Yard system

• 5.
A liter is used to measure:
• A.

Length

• B.

volume

• C.

mass

• D.

Weight

• 6.
If I wanted to measure how long my desk is, the easiest unit I could measure it in is the:
• A.

Kilometer

• B.

Kiloliter

• C.

Cg.

• D.

Centimeter

• 7.
A paper clip has the mass of about:
• A.

1.00 kg.

• B.

1.0 g.

• C.

100.0 g.

• D.

1.0 m.

• 8.
Convert the following:       50.1 kilometers into millimeters.
• A.

501. mm

• B.

.00501 mm

• C.

5010000. mm

• D.

50100000. mm

• 9.
Convert the following:  22.3 cm. into dam
• A.

.0223 dam

• B.

.223 dam

• C.

2230.dam

• D.

.00223 dam

• 10.
Which is equal to 60.0 meters?
• A.

.600 dm

• B.

6000. cm

• C.

600000000. km

• D.

6.00 mm

• 11.
Which is a unit of volume?
• A.

dal

• B.

Milligram

• C.

Centimeter

• D.

Hg.

• E.

Mm.

• 12.
Mass:
• A.

Is measured in decimeters

• B.

is measured with a graduated cylinder

• C.

Is measured with a thermometer

• D.

is measured with a balance

• E.

Is a measure of gravity’s pull on an object

• 13.
Length:
• A.

Is measured in meters

• B.

Is measured with a graduated cylinder

• C.

Is measured with a thermometer

• D.

is measured with a balance

• E.

Is a measure of gravity’s pull on an object

• 14.
Weight:
• A.

Is measured in decimeters

• B.

Is measured with a graduated cylinder

• C.

Is measured with a thermometer

• D.

is measured with a balance

• E.

Is a measure of gravity’s pull on an object

• 15.
Volume:
• A.

Is measured in decimeters

• B.

Is measured with a graduated cylinder

• C.

Is measured with a thermometer

• D.

is measured with a balance

• E.

Is a measure of gravity’s pull on an object

• 16.
What is the volume of liquid in the cylinder?
• A.

16.0 ml

• B.

10.6 ml

• C.

10.3 ml

• D.

13.0 ml

• 17.
What is the volume of liquid in the cylinder?
• A.

21ml.

• B.

20 ml.

• C.

20.5 ml.

• D.

22 ml.

• E.

23 ml.

• 18.
What is the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinder?
• A.

60 ml

• B.

65 ml

• C.

69 ml

• D.

65.5ml

• 19.
What is the volume of the liquid in the graduated cylinder?
• A.

60.0 ml

• B.

62.0 ml

• C.

62.4 ml

• D.

63.1 ml

• E.

63.2 ml

• 20.
The monkey hates the baboons.  This is an example of a:
• A.

Observation

• B.

Opinion

• 21.
The monkey threw the banana 25.3 meters in the air.  This is an example of an:
• A.

Opinion.

• B.

Observation.

• 22.
What is the total mass shown on the beams below?
• A.

440.9 g

• B.

400.9g

• C.

440.1g

• D.

449.2g

• E.

202.4g

• 23.
What is the total mass shown on the beams below?
• A.

40.6 g.

• B.

47.6 g

• C.

40.76 g.

• D.

47.1 g.

• E.

48.0 g.

• 24.
What is the total mass shown on the beams below?
• A.

10.11 g.

• B.

11.1 g.

• C.

12.1 g.

• D.

121.0 g.

• 25.
What is the total mass shown on the beams below?
• A.

510.2 g.

• B.

511.2 g.

• C.

512.01g.

• D.

5100.12 g.

• E.

521.01g.

• 26.
How long is the green line in centimeters?
• A.

7.21cm.

• B.

7.0 cm.

• C.

72.1 cm.

• D.

721.0 cm.

• E.

7.1 cm.

• 27.
How long is the green line in millimeters?
• A.

7.2 mm

• B.

72.1 mm

• C.

.721 mm

• D.

70.2 mm

• E.

702. mm

• 28.
How long is the blue line in millimeters?
• A.

11.0 mm.

• B.

100.1 mm.

• C.

101.0 mm.

• D.

10.1 mm.

• E.

10000000000000000000000000000000000.1 mm.

• 29.
How long is the blue line in centimeters?
• A.

100.1 cm

• B.

101.0 cm

• C.

10.10 cm

• D.

11.0 cm

• E.

100000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.1 cm

• 30.
Jet Pride. Give it.  __________it  (Fill in the blank)
• A.

Take

• B.

Love

• C.

Get

• D.

Hope for

• E.

• 31.
Which is not a step in the scientific method?
• A.

Problem

• B.

Collect Information

• C.

Hypothesis

• D.

Experiment

• E.

Variation Controlled Balance

• 32.
Letter "A" is pointing to what part of the balance?
• A.

Base

• B.

Riders

• C.

Pan

• D.

• 33.
Letter "B" is pointing to what part of the balance?
• A.

Base

• B.

Riders

• C.

Pan

• D.

• 34.
Which one is the longest
• A.

1 mm

• B.

1 cm

• C.

1 m

• D.

1 dm

• E.

1 hm

• 35.
Which one would be a correct unit to measure mass in?
• A.

Cl.

• B.

Cm.

• C.

Cg.

• D.

Cc.

• E.

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