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Periodic Table 10 Points

The number of protons in an atom of krypton.

• What is 36?

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Periodic Table 20 points

• Solid nonmetals are: A. hard and shiny, B. brittle and dull, C. good conductors of electric current

• What is B?

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Periodic Table 30• Which group of elements share

characteristics of both metals and nonmetals?

• What are semi-metals?

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Periodic Table 40

• The least reactive elements are in the group.

• What is Group 18, the inert gases?

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Periodic Table 50 points

• Carbon-12, Carbon-13, and Carbon-14 are three isotopes of Carbon. They have this in common.

• What is the atomic number and/or the number of protons?

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Motion 10 points

• To calculate the average speed of a cyclist on the way to school what two measurements do you need?

• What is total distance traveled and total time elapsed?

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Motion 20 points

• Which of the following is a description of velocity: A. 50 km/h, B. 50 km/h west, C. 50 km. west, D. 50 km.

• What is B?

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Motion 30 points

• An airplane flying at a constant speed is changing its velocity if it is A. flying north to south, B. flying in a curved path, C. flying away from the airport, D. flying east to west.

• What is B?

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Motion 40 points

• Makayla ran 100 meters in 20 seconds. What was her average speed?

• What is 5.0 m/s?

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Motion 50 points

• Michael ran 1500 meters for 8 minutes. He then walked 500 meters for 12 minutes. What was Michael’s average speed?

• What is 100 m/min?

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Matter 10 points

• Which is not one of the particles that make up an atom: A. proton, B. ion, C. neutron,

D. electron.

• What is B. ion.?

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Matter 20 points

• The number of protons in the nucleus of a Calcium atom.

• What is 20?

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Matter 30 points

• Particles of a substance vibrate while being closely locked in position in this state of matter.

• What is a solid?

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Matter 40 points

• When water boils, it changes from a liquid to a gas. The molecular motion of the water molecules does this.

• What is increase?

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Matter 50 points

• The chemical formula MgO tells you that the ratio of magnesium atoms to oxygen atoms is: A. 1 to 0, B. 1 to 1, C. 1 to 10, D. 2 to 1.

• What is B. 1 to 1.?

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Reactions 10 points

• The number of atoms of oxygen in a molecule of CO2.

• What is two?

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Reactions 20 points

• New substances produced in a chemical reaction are called this.

• What are products?

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Reactions 30 points

• Evidence that a chemical reaction

has occurred.

• What is temperature change, color change, production of a gas or precipitate?

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Reactions 40 points

• Which of the following is not a physical change: A. freezing, B. burning, C. boiling, D. melting?

• What is B. burning?

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Reactions 50 points• A student is using a pH meter to find the

pH of an unknown substance. If the substance is neutral, it’s pH will most likely be:

• What is 7?

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Forces 10 points

• The combination of all forces acting on an object is called the

• What is net force?

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Forces 20 points

• A force can be described by its direction and its

• What is magnitude?

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Forces 30 points

• Ethan exerts a force of 150N to push a table across the room. Alex pushes back on the table with a force of 150N. The table stays where it is. This force is called

• What is a balanced force?

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Forces 40 points

• The reason it is sometimes difficult to get a stationary object moving is because of: A. static friction, B. elastic forces, C. sliding friction, D. centripetal force.

• What is A. static friction?

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Forces 50 points

• An arrow is pointing toward the right with a force of 2N. Another arrow is pointing toward the left with a force of 7N. What is the net force?

• What is 5N left?