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100
Honeybees communicate with one another about where food is located by doing a dance. This type of behavior is an example of A. An Adaptation B. An Exercise C. A Resource D. A Supply
What is A?
100
Which is the most likely reason that a Walking Stick's body has adapted to the way it looks now? A. To locate mates. B. To hide from predators C. To protect against diseases D. To find food sources.
What is B?
100
Which analysis best describes the relative sizes of Earth and Jupiter? A. Basketball to a softball B. Basketball to a Volleyball C. Softball to a Baseball D. Beach ball to a marble
What is D?
100
Which statement best explains why the Earth’s climate is warmer at the equator that it is at the poles? A. The clouds are too thick over the poles. B. The wind is faster and colder at the poles than the equator. C. The sun’s rays strike more direct at the equator than at the poles. D. The distance from the sun to the equator is less than from the poles to the equator.
What is C?
100
If the Sun lost its gravitational pull, objects in the solar system would? A. Gradually stop in space. B. Fly off into space. C. Fall into the sun. D. Continue their orbits.
What is B?
200
Why do some animals hibernate during the winter? A. Not enough food to eat throughout winter. B. To have their offspring. C. They are tired. D. None of the above.
What is A?
200
Species have adapted to their environment over time. For example this species of insects has very long antennae. Which environment is the most likely home for the insect with very long antennae? A. A small stream in a desert. B. A lake in a tropical rainforest. C. A pond in a dark cave. D. A large river in a valley.
What is C?
200
Which planet is most likely closest to the sun?
What is the planet that has the shortest revolution?
200
Which is least affected by the sun’s energy that reaches the Earth? A. Water cycle B. Ocean currents C. The rock cycle D. Plants going through photosynthesis
What is C?
200
Why does an astronaut weigh less on the moon than on Earth? A. The mass of the astronaut decreases on the moon. B. The force of friction is less on the moon than on Earth. C. The force of gravity is less on the moon than on Earth. D. The mass of the moon is greater than the Earth.
What is C?
300
When trying to find the next full moon or the next new moon...What do you do?
What is count 28 days?
300
Which of these most often react with limestone to form caves. A. Volcanic gases B. Roots from trees C. Acidic rainwater D. Bacteria in the soil
What is C?
300
Which of these human cells has half the number of chromosomes as most other cells in the body? A. Skin cell B. Muscle cell C. Sperm cell D. Nerve cell
What is C?
300
A ship accidently carried the same species of rat to two different islands. Overtime the rats on one island developed different characteristics than the other rats. Which would not be a reason why? A. The need to tell one another apart B. Changes in food sources C. The availability of food and shelter D. Changes in weather patterns
What is A?
300
Fog sometimes seems to disappear into the air. Which statement best explains why fog disappears? A. Because water droplets are evaporating. B. Because water vapor is condensing. C. Be cause water droplets are falling to the ground D. Because water vapor is scattering light from the sun
What is A?
400
What type of rocks are sandstone, limestone, and shale? A. Igneous B. Intrusive C. Sedimentary D. Metamorphic
What is C?
400
Our October and November Science Students of the Month (Shelby Cline and Isabella Mullins), add a small amount of acid to a beaker of water. They use this mixture to dissolve different minerals. Which process are they trying to demonstrate? A. Evaporation B. Condensation C. Cave formation D. Crystal formation
What is C?
400
The shellfish and plants that are often found in deposits of coal provide evidence that coal was formed from… A. From rocks B. From living things C. By humans D. By earthquakes
What is B?
400
Which set of Earth’s components is correctly ordered from highest density to lowest density? A. Mantle, crust, core, atmosphere B. Atmosphere, crust, mantle, core C. Core, mantle, crust, atmosphere D. Core, crust, mantle atmosphere
What is C?
400
hich type of reproduction will produce offspring that look different from one another? A. A parent organism divides to produce two offspring B. Part of a parent organism breaks off C. Cells from 2 parent organisms combine to form an offspring D. A parent organism releases spore cells
What is C?
500
What are the levels of organization in living systems from simplest to most complex? A. Cell to system to tissue to organ to organism B. Tissue to organ to organism to cell C. Organ to organism to cell to tissue D. Cell to tissue to organ to organism
What is D?
500
What specialized part of the skin is most useful for sensing pain? A. Hair follicle B. Sweat gland C. Vein D. Nerve ending
What is D?
500
What is an ecosystem? A. Is a community of biotic and abiotic components working together in an environment. B. The natural home or environment of an animal, plant, or other organism. C. The role of an organism within its natural environment that determines its relations with other organisms and ensures its survival. D. None of the above.
What is A?
500
How do we know the Rocky Mountains are younger than the Appalachian Mountains? A. The Rocky Mountains form a longer chain. B. The Appalachian Mountains have trees that are taller. C. The Rocky Mountains are located further from an ocean. D. The Appalachian Mountains have tops that are more rounded.
What is D?
500
Four objects in our solar system are listed below: Jupiter The Sun Earth The moon Lists the objects in order from the largest to the smallest. A. Earth, the moon, Sun, Jupiter B. Sun, Jupiter, Earth, the moon C. Jupiter, Sun, Earth, the moon D. Sun, Earth, Jupiter, the moon
What is B?
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