Science Foundations
Space
Life Science
Physical Science
Earth Science
Chemical Reactions
Ecosystems
Teacher Trivia
100

What are the three part of a Scientific Argument?

Claim, Evidence, Reasoning

100

How long in Earth's period of revolution (time it takes to go around the sun)

365.25 Days

100

What is the main difference between a plant and animal cell?

Plant cells have cell walls, animal cells have membranes

100

If and object is moving, what caused that to happen?

A force

100

What are the three types of rocks?

Sedimentary, Igneous, Metamorphic

100

What are the two types of change that matter can go through? (Give an example of each)

Physical, Chemical

100

All living or once living things in a ecosystem are called:

Anything not living in an ecosystem is called:

Biotic, Abiotic

200

Qualitative and quantitative are both types of this...

Observation

200

A system of stars in space is called a...

Galaxy

200

This is where DNA is found in the cell, and controls what the cell does. 

Nucleus

200

What are the two types of energy?

Kinetic and Potential

200

What are the three ways (in the correct order) that Earth's surface is shaped?

Weathering, Erosion, Deposition

200

In a chemical reaction the starting material is called____ and the end material is called___

Reactants and products

200

Name the 4 types of organisms in an ecosystem

Producer, consumer, decomposer, scavenger

300

An educated guess based on observations is called...

Inference

300

How many moon phases are there? What is the third moon phase called? 

8, First Quarter

300

What organelle (part of the cell) is used to convert sunlight to sugar? What is that process called?

Chloroplast, Photosynthesis 

300

What force is applied when two object are in contact? What is the result of this force?

Friction, slow down

300

Draw the three different types of plate movements

300

Draw a picture of an atom with all of the parts labeled correctly


300

What is a limiting factor in an ecosystem, Give 3 examples

Food, water, space, disease, prey, predators


Anything that can limit a population's size

400

In order for the conclusion of a scientific experiment to be convincing, the researcher must report adequate evidence supporting or refuting the claim. 

What are three different sources of reliable evidence?

Observations (Qual/Quant), data from experiments, research of other experiments

400

The planets in our solar system move around the sun. this is called what?  What holds the planets in this movement?

Orbit, Gravity

400

What is the correct order that describes the level of organization of an organism?

atom, molecule, cell, tissue, organ, organ system, organism

400

 How do objects get energy? 

It transfers, it cannot be created or destroyed

400

In what order does the water cycle occur?

400

Give examples of the following terms: atom, element, compound

400

In this food web,  where does the leopard seal get its energy from?


Krill and fish


500

Mr. Lopez wants to see if his plants will grow better in different spots in his house, he puts one plant by the window, one in his living room, and one in the bathroom. He measures the plants height in a month. 

What are the independent and dependent variables in his experiment?

IV: Placement of plants

DV: Height

500

What are the two types of eclipses? How are the different?

Solar Eclipse: Moon is directly between the sun and Earth


Lunar Eclipse: Earth is directly between the moon and the sun

500

How many human body systems are there? Name 4

9

Integumentary system, the musculoskeletal system, the respiratory system, the circulatory system, the digestive system, the excretory system, the nervous system, the endocrine system, and the reproductive system

500

Mr. Lopez and Mr. Direnfeld are in a tug of war. Draw a picture of the forces in this situation

500

Using the rules a relative dating, what is the correct order of events? (Youngest to Oldest)

F, E, D, C, B, A, H, G, I


500

What phase changes can water go through? (Name all of full points)

500

What would happen to an ecosystem if the primary consumers went extinct?

The producers would grow too much, then the primary consumers would die off, then the secondary consumers, then the tertiary consumers

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