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  1. An inference is?
    An interpretation of observations based on prior knowledge.
  2. A prediction is?
    A guess at a possible outcome based on patterns in data already taken.
  3. Atomic mass is equal to?
    Number of neutrons + number of protons
  4. The water that condenses on the window comes from?
    The air inside the room.
  5. In order for atoms to be electrically neutral, they must have?
    The same number of protons as electrons.
  6. Solid carbon dioxide turns directly to carbon dioxide gas. This is an example of...
    Sublimation.
  7. Condensation occurs on the inside of your windows when?
    The temperature outside is lower than inside.
  8. what is the tempertaure in which condensation forms?
    45 degrees fahrenheit aka Dewpoint
  9. A gas has?
    no definitie shape, no definite volume.
  10. The water that condenses on the outside of the beaker comes from?
    The atmosphere
  11. which of the folowing fizzes (releases bubbles) when added to vinegar?
    A. cornstarch
    B. sugar
    C. salt
    D. baking soda
    D. baking soda
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. What is an H+ ion?
    A. A neutral hydrogen atom
    B. A hydrogen atom with an extra electron
    C. A hydrogen atom missing one electron
    C. A hydrogen missing one electron
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. Sodium Iodide, NaI is an ionic compound. What is the negative ion?
    A. Na
    B. neither
    C. I
    C. I
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. Magnesium hydroxide, MG(OH)2 is an ionic compound. Is it?
    A. a base
    B. an acid
    C. a salt
    d. none of the above
    A. a base
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. Sodium iodide is a?
    A. salt
    B. base
    C. acid
    B. base
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. A solution of Hydrogen Bromide is an ionic compund, what is most likely pH value?
    A. 3.1
    B. 7
    C. 8.5
    A. 3.1
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. A catalyst is a substance that?
    A. teh product of a chemical reaction
    B. used up in teh reaction
    C. speeds up a chemical reaction without being a product or getting used up.
    C. speeds up a chemical reaction without being a product or getting used up.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. What is the definition of an acid?
    An ionic compund whose positive ion is H+
  19. When a base neutralizes an acid, the products of the reaction are?
    water and salt
  20. An endothermic reaction is accompanied by?
    a. a rise in temperature
    b. a drop in temperature
    b. a drop in temperature
  21. An exothermic reaction is accompanied by?
    a. a rise in temperature
    b. a drop in temperature
    a. a rise in temperature
  22. On the pH scale, below seven is called?
    an acid
  23. On the pH scale, above a seven is called?
    a base
  24. On the pH scale, a seven is called?
    neutral
  25. What is the definition of salt?
    an ionic cmpond with neither OH- or H+
  26. What is the definition of a base?
    an ionic compund whose negative ion is OH-
  27. Scurvy
    a. deficient vitamin
    b. symptoms
    c. amount needed
    • a. Vitamin C, Ascorbic Acid
    • b. Growth and repair of tissue, block damage of free radicals
    • c.
  28. Benedicts regent is used to test for?
    A. vitamins
    B. minerals
    C. starches
    D. simple sugars
    D. simple sugars
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. What does our body require the most of?
    A. protein
    B. vitamins
    C. starches
    C. Starches
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. A vitamin A deficiency results in?
    Blindness
  31. A vitamin B3, Niacin or Tryptophan deficiency results in?
    Pellagra; Delusions, diarrhea, confusion, skin sores.
  32. Rickets can be prevented by regular consumption of?
    Cod liver oil aka Vitamin D
  33. Which layer of the atmosphere contains the majority of clouds?
    Troposphere
  34. What type of light is reflected byt he ionosphere?
    Radio
  35. The ozone layer is located in the?
    A. thermosphere
    B.stratosphere
    C. troposhere
    D. mesosphere
    B. stratosphere
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. Inner core
    a. state of matter
    b. composition
    c. thickness
    • a.Solid
    • b. Fe, Iron
    • c. 3000 mi
  37. Crust
    a.state of matter
    b.composition
    c. thickness
    • a. solid
    • b. Si, Al
    • c. 6-46 mi (includes oceanic crust as well)
  38. Mantle
    a.state of matter
    b.composition
    c. thickness
    • a. liquid/plastic
    • b. Mg, Al, Si, Fe
    • c. 2000 mi
  39. Outer Core
    a. state of matter
    b. composition
    c. thickness
    • a. Liquid
    • b. Fe, Sulfur
    • c. 1000 mi
  40. Coriolis Force
    -also known as?
    - force or not and why?
    • aka "Fictous Force"
    • not realy a force, its really the movement of things around you.
  41. List the vertical divisions of the atmosphere starting at the surface.
    • surface
    • troposhere - lots of clouds
    • stratasphere - ozone layer
    • mesosphere
    • Thermosphere - Aurora Borealis
  42. The ionosphere is located in which two atmospheres?
    Mesosphere and Thermosphere
  43. List the substances (Vitamins ,Fats, and Proteins) needed by human body in order from most needed to least.
    Fats, Proteins, Vitamins
  44. The ozone protects us from?
    Ultra-violet light
  45. What drives deep ocean currents?
    Dense water sinking, pushing the water beneath it out of the way while less dense water replaces it near the surface.
  46. Surface ocean currents are driven by?
    the wind
  47. Blindness is caused by?
    Vitamin A deficiency
  48. Beri Beri is caused by what kind of deficiency?
    Vitamin B, Thiamine

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