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1) An orbital can never be occupied by ____ (Number)
of electrons.
a) Two
b) Three
c) None
d) All of the above.
2) If the speed is defined as the quantitative measure
of the change of an objects position over a certain
amount of time, what is said to be the speed of an
object at any particular moment?
a) Uniform speed
b) Average speed
c) Ordinary speed
d) Instantaneous speed
3) What can be concluded about an object with zero
a) Not changing direction and not changing speed
b) Has potential energy
c) Not moving
d) Has kinetic energy
4) The momentum of a positively accelerating object
is increasing.
a) True
b) False
c) Cannot be determined
d) All of the above
5) What is an ecosystem?
a) affecting a certain population

b) all living and non-living things in a particular

c) an increase in the Earth's temperature
d) organisms that make their own food
6) When a species is unable to adapt within a
changing environment, what usually occurs?
a) starvation
b) extinction
c) variation
d) adaptation
7) What is a biome?
a) Something that is considered hazardous.
b) A small mushroom tree.
c) Ecosystems with similar rainfall, temperature,
and water depth.
d) The distance from the equator.
8) A specific characteristic that an organism can pass
to its offspring is called a(n) ______________ .
a) function
b) structure
c) embryo
d) trait
9) A group of similar cells that work together to
perform a specific function is called a
_________________ .
a) organ systems
b) organs
c) elements
d) tissue
What is an animal that is eaten by a predator
a) niche
b) herbivore
c) prey
d) ecosystem

An ecosystem is a community of living
organisms and their __________________
a) Habitat
b) Nonliving
c) Niche
d) Physical
The study of the relationship of plants and
animals with their physical environment.
a) biosphere
b) ecosphere
c) ecology
In an atom, the ________________ form a cloud
around the nucleus.
a) electrons
b) protons
c) neutrons
d) positively charged particles
The nucleus is made up of
a) Protons and electrons
b) Electrons and neutrons
c) Protons and neutrons
d) Protons, neutrons, and electrons
All atoms are made up of ___________________ .
a) protons
b) neutrons
c) electrons
d) protons, neutrons, and electrons
Which has a negative charge?
a) electron
b) nucleus
c) proton
d) neutron
Which subatomic particle is NOT found in the
nucleus of an atom?

a) proton
b) neutron
c) electron
d) ion
An _________________ has a negative charge.
a) atom
b) proton
c) electron
d) neutron
Positivity-charged particles within the atom are
called ____________________
a) Neutrons
b) Nucleus
c) Electrons
d) Protons
Outside the nucleus are
a) Electrons
b) Protons
c) Neutrons
d) Proneutrons
Ductility is the ability for a metal to be
a) rolled into sheets
b) pulled into wires
c) pressed into angles
d) melted into molds
Which states of matter have a definite volume?
a) solid and gas
b) solid and liquid
c) gas and liquid
d) solid, liquid, and gas
__________________ measures how much space
matter takes up.
a) Mass
b) Weight
c) Volume
d) Density

In order to change matter from liquid to solid
has to occur.
a) condensation
b) freezing
c) melting
d) evaporation
Which of the following is a characteristic of
a) molecules are tightly packed
b) takes the shape of its container
c) constantly keeps its shape
d) molecules are spread far apart
Materials in mixtures:
a) cannot be separated
b) can be separated physically
c) can only be separated by using a filter
d) can only be separated by using heat
Which of the following is not an example of a
physical change?
a) burning
b) cutting
c) freezing
d) bending
During a cold winter, the temperature may be
very cold for extended periods but wood will still
burn in such cold outside temperatures. This is
possible because a process occurs releasing the
energy from burning wood despite cold outside
temperatures. Is this process (burning) a physical
or chemical change?
a) physical
b) chemical

A change of matter that occurs when atoms link
together in a new way, creating a new substance
different from the original substance.
a) chemical change
b) physical change
c) energy change
d) matter change
Mass, volume, and density are physical
properties of
a) motion
b) temperature
c) matter
d) substances
Density is a measure not affected by mass.
a) True
b) False
Weight is measured in mass.
a) True
b) False
______________ measures how much mass is
concentrated in a unit of space in matter.
a) Weight
b) Density
c) Volume
d) Mass
Luster is a metals ability to:
a) Be rolled into sheets
b) Be cut into wires
c) Reflect light
d) Conduct electricity
In an air conditioned room with marble floors,
the floors get very cold. However, if the floor was
made of wood, it often takes very long before the
wood gets cold. This is because wood is

a) Poor conductor
b) Good conductor

c) Poor insulator
d) None of the above.