Observations/Inferences
Density
Lat/Long Earth
Field Maps
Miscellaneous
100

"The lizard is green"

This is an example of an observation or inference?

Observation

100

Which cube is MORE dense and why?

The cube on the right because there matter is packed tighter in the space (more "stuff" (matter) in the given space)

100

If someone observed Polaris at an altitude of 30 degrees, what line of latitude would they be standing on?

30 degrees North

100

What is the elevation of point A?

900 feet

100

What color is Sonic the Hedgehog?

Blue

200

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200

If the volume of a material is 12.2 mL and the mass is 56.2 grams, what is the density?  (Round to hundredths)

4.61 g/mL

200

What directions do lines of latitude measure?

North and South (above or below equator , 0)

200

Which side of this map would have a lower inclined hill?

Left

200

This is what country's flag?

France

300

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300

What is MORE dense: Milk or Maple Syrup?

Maple Syrup

300

What continent would you be on at the coordinates 40N, 100W?

North America

300

How would you describe the right side of this landscape according to the topographic map

Steep hill

300

Pickles start out as which vegetable?

Cucumber

400

What is the volume of the hammer?

4 mL

400

How would you compare the density of this rock to the density of the water?

Rock is less dense than the water

400

Where on Earth would I be standing if I observed Polaris at the horizon, like a sunset?

Equator (0 degrees Latitude)

400

While out for a walk, you start out at an elevation of 500 feet.  At the end of your walk, your elevation is 2000 feet.  Your walk was a distance of 2 miles.  What is the gradient of your walk? (don't forget UNITS)

750 ft/mile

400

What chocolate company makes the Crunch Bar?

Nestle

500

What are TWO pieces of evidence that the Earth is round?

500

What is the density of a mystery substance if the volume is 65.32 cm3 and the mass is 27.63 grams? Round to the nearest hundredth

0.42 g/cm3

500

Using page 15 of the ESRT, if the polar diameter of Saturn is 108,728 km what is the roundness ratio (round to thousandths place)

0.902

500

Circle the area on the map with a low temperature gradient

draw

500

Louis Armstrong was a master of which brass instrument?

Trumpet