9th Grade Science Quizzes & Trivia


In this class, we covered matter and what it entails. The test-quiz below includes five of the topics we have covered so far. The only way you can answer these questions with ease is if you were attentive. Give them a try and see...

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 17167   |  Last updated: Nov 18, 2019
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    Distance is a ________________ quantity.

Through the learning of science we get to answer some of the questions that we may have concerning the universe and those that are found within it. Are you in ninth grade and wish to jog your memory on what we have learnt so far?...

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 10236   |  Last updated: Jan 7, 2019
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    What is is the symbol for Sodium?

Are you a ninth-grader and have been having a hard time with your science classes? Worry no more as the quiz below is perfect for helping you revise all that we have covered. Give it a shot and keep an eye out for more tests like...

Questions: 33  |  Attempts: 3883   |  Last updated: Nov 13, 2019
  • Sample Question
    When is an atom stable?




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9th Grade Science Questions & Answers


What is the equation for cellular respiration?
I don't understand what I did wrong, I had all the same answers and they still marked it worng... what did I do to deserve this answer worng? I think I deserve an explanation!
A galaxy has more than ___________ stars
Anything under the amount a galaxy, This question should be multiple choice and say chose the best awncer or be removed altogether because every low number is correct.
What does an atom become when it gains an electron and why does it happen?
An atom that gains a negative electron, it becomes a negative ion. If it loses an electron it becomes a positive ion. Some atoms lose electrons and become positive ions. Others gain electrons and become negative ions. The atom then loses or gains a &
What is the equation of cellular respiration?_____+______=______+________+______
C6H12O6 + O2 = CO2 + H2O + EnergyThis is a correct answer
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