Unit 1 Test: Measurement and the Scientific Method Unit
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by Ian Attle
| 17 Questions
1
1
What is the balance used to measure?
mass
size
volume
density
2
1
When using the balance, which of these activities should be done first?
Move the riders on the beam to balance the object
Read the amount of mass by adding up all the riders
Zero the balance
Clear the Pan of any objects
3
1
When measuring the mass of an object, you measure the
Amount of matter that makes it up
How fast the particles are moving
None of the above
The Space it takes up
4
1
When measuring the volume of an object, you measure the
Amount of matter that makes it up
How fast the particles are moving
Space that it takes up
None of the above
5
1
When measuring the volume of a liquid, you would use
Thermometer
Meter Stick
Graduated Cylinder
Triple Beam Balance
6
1
How many milliliters make up one full liter?
10
1
100
1000
7
1
The basic unit of measurement for length is
Degree
Gram
Meter
Liter
8
1
When you measure the speed of particles that make up something, you are measuring its?
Volume
Mass
Length
Temperature
9
1
The following is a list of steps involved in the Scientific Method which scientists use to solve problems. Choose the correct sequence (order) of the steps then choose the answer that corresponds to that sequence
  1. Research
  2. Form conclusions
  3. Form a hypothesis
  4. Perform a experiment
  5. Identify a problem or ask a question
  6. Collect or Analyze Data
2,6,1,3,5,4
5,1,3,4,6,2
3,2,6,1,5,4
3,2,6,1,5,2
10
1
What two things must you measure to find density?
Mass and Volume
Length and Mass
Volume and size
Length and Volume
11
1
Any factor that affects the results of an experiment is called a
Hypothesis
Variable
Factor
Control
12
1
What is the Volume of the Rock (1pt) round to the nearest tenth (1pt) show all work (1pt).
13
2
The diagram below shows an experiment conducted to see how quickly water moves through different-sized particles of the same substance.
List two variables that were held constant in this experiment.

14
1
The diagram below shows an experiment conducted to see how quickly water moves through different-sized particles of the same substance.
What was the one variable that changed in this experiment?


15
5
The diagram below shows the dimensions of length for a block of wood that has a mass of 45g. Using the measurements of length and mass given, DETERMINE THE VOLUME of the block. Don’t forget to:(1) Write out the formula (V=LxWxH) (1pt)(2) Show your work (plug #’s into the formula) (1pt)(3) Label your answer with proper units (1pt)(4) Round the final calculation to the nearest 10th (2pts)
16
1
A student conducted an experiment to find out if air temperature affected the total number of seeds that germinate.  Two groups of 100 identical seeds were used.  One group was kept at an air temperature of 10°C and the other at an air temperature of 20°C.  All other conditions were held constant.  Observations made during the experiment are shown in the data table below.

Using the graph below, determine how many seeds would have germinated at 10°C by day 12. (write the number only)
17
3
A student is given a ruler and hand lens and asked to make observations and inferences about rock samples collected on a field trip.  The student wrote the 3 statements below: 
1) The rock is mostly gray, with white speckles on the surface.
2) If the rock probably formed in a watery environment.
3) The rock has a smooth surface.
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