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Final Exam Study Guide
Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1. Which particles are located in the nucleus? a. protons c. electrons b. neutrons d. protons and neutrons 2. What is the charge of a proton? a. positive c. negative b. neutral d. none of the above 3. What is the charge of a neutron? a. positive c. negative b. neutral d. none of the above 4. What is the charge of an electron? a. positive c. negative b. neutral d. none of the above 5. Elements are different because they have different numbers of a. protons c. electrons b. neutrons d. none of the above 6. Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons are a. isomers c. ions b. isotopes d. polymers 7. How many valence electrons do all the elements in group 15 have? a. 1 c. 4 b. 3 d. 5 8. Which of the following elements has 1 valence electron? a. Na c. B b. Cl d. Ca 9. A stable atom has a. The same number of protons as c. The same number of protons as neutrons electrons b. 8 valence electrons d. 6 valence electrons 10. How many electrons do the elements in group 1 tend to lose? a. 1 c. 3 b. 2 d. 4 11. The family that includes the metals in groups 3-12 is known as the a. Alkali metals c. Transition metals b. Alkaline earth metals d. Translation metals 12. The vertical columns on the periodic table are called a. groups c. families b. periods d. homies 13. The horizontal rows on the periodic table are called a. groups c. families b. periods d. homies 1

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14. If an object has negative acceleration it is a. speeding up c. moving with a constant speed b. slowing down d. not moving 15. A car goes from 0 m/s to 10 m/s in 2 seconds. What is the acceleration of the car? a. 0 m/s c. 5 m/s squared b. 2 s d. 20 m/s squared 16. You think your desk is moving because it is moving in relation to the sun, which is not moving. A nonmoving point used to determine whether something is moving is known as a (an) a. reference point c. starting point b. moving point d. origin 17. What is the average speed of a car that has traveled 500 m in 50 s? a. 5 m/s c. 100 m/s b. 10 m/s d. 25,000 m/s 18. Newton’s first law says an object in motion will remain in motion and an object at rest will remain at rest until acted on by an outside force. This statement is a. true c. I dunno b. false d. none of the above 19. If you take 10 paces north and turn around and take 9 paces south what is your final displacement? a. 1 pace north c. 19 paces north b. 1 pace south d. 19 paces south 20. Velocity is speed with a direction. This statement is a. True c. I dunno. b. False d. None of the above. 21. Bob’s mass is 75 kg. Jo’s mass is 50 kg. Who is the earth exerting a greater force on? a. Bob c. The force is the same b. Jo d. There is no way to tell 22. The acceleration of gravity on earth is about 10 m/s squared. Alex weighs 75 kg. What is the force of weight on Alex? (Hint Fw=m*a) a. 0.13 N c. 75 N b. 7.5 N d. 750 N 23. The tendency of an object to resist any change in its motion is a. resistance c. weight b. inertia d. mass 24. A push or a pull one body exerts on another is known as a. power c. a force b. work d. acceleration

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25. On the above figure, when is the object not moving? a. A c. C b. B d. D In the equation V=IR the V stands for a. voltage c. resistance b. current d. a puppy In the equation V=IR, Resistance is shown with which letter? a. V c. R b. I d. = In the Equation V=IR the I stands for a. current c. resistance b. voltage d. kitties In static electricity there is a positive and a ___________________ charge. a. negative c. positive b. reverse d. turtles Electricity deals most directly with which sub-atomic particle? a. protons c. llamas b. neutrons d. electrons If you put electricity through a motor it will a. spin c. burst into flames b. not spin d. none of the above In the equation W=FD the W stands for a. work c. distance b. force d. el Tigre In the equation W=FD the F stands for a. Work c. Distance b. Force d. none of the above 3

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Name: ______________________ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 34. Potential energy is a. light energy c. stored energy b. energy of movement d. sound energy 35. A sound wave is a _____________________ wave. a. Upside-down c. Sideways b. Longitunal d. Compressional 36. A light waves does not need a medium to travel through. a. true c. I dunno. b. false d. none of the above 37. We use x-rays to a. transmit sounds c. to view images of bones b. heat food d. mess with Sasquatch 38. We use radio waves to a. transmit sounds c. to view images of bones b. heat food d. mess with Sasquatch 39. We use microwaves to a. transmit sounds c. view images of bones b. heat food d. mess with Sasquatch 40. What are the correct steps of the scientific method (in order from first to last)? a. conclusion, hypothesis, experiment, c. state problem, hypothesis, experiment, analyze results, state problem analyze results, conclusion b. conclusion, hypothesis, state problem, d. experiment, conclusion, analyze, analyze results, experiment hypothesis, state problem 41. Which of the following would best be used to measure MASS? a. balance c. meter stick b. graduated cylinder d. stopwatch 42. Which of the following would best be used to measure TIME? a. balance c. meter stick b. graduated cylinder d. stopwatch 43. Which of the following would best be used to measure DISTANCE? a. balance c. meter stick b. graduated cylinder d. stopwatch 44. Which of the following would best be used to measure VOLUME? a. balance c. meter stick b. graduated cylinder d. stopwatch 45. What should one use to safely put out a fire? a. Fire Blanket c. Gasoline b. Fire Extinguisher d. A and B 46. What is the atomic number of oxygen? (Hint: the symbol is O) a. 8 c. 16 b. 24 d. 12 47. The atomic mass of Oxygen is closest to: a. 8 c. 16 b. 24 d. 12

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Name: ______________________ ____ ____ ____ 48. How many protons does Oxygen have? a. 8 b. 24 49. What type of atom is Oxygen? a. metal b. nonmetal 50. What happens in a fission reaction? a. nucleus splits apart and releases energy b. nucleus fuses with another nucleus and releases energy 51. Which of the following is an element? a. water b. nitrogen

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c. 16 d. 12 c. metalloid d. none of the above c. all of the above d. none of the above c. carbon dioxide d. kool-aid

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53. How many orbitals (energy levels) are shown in the diagram? a. 1 c. 3 b. 2 d. 4 54. Ice melting is an example of a a. physical change c. I dunno. b. chemical change d. none of the above 55. A log burning is an example of a a. physical change c. I dunno. b. chemical change d. none of the above 5

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59. phase is H2O in from 25 - 75 degrees Celsius? a. solid (ice) c. gas (steam) b. liquid (water) d. plasma

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63. What kind of bond does the picture below represent? a. ionic c. disulphide b. covalent d. hydrogen A state of matter that has a definite shape and definite volume (tightly packed together) would be a. solid c. gas b. liquid d. plasma A state of matter that has no definite shape but a definite volume would be a a. solid c. gas b. liquid d. plasma Which of the following would be a heterogeneous (different throughout) mixture? a. kool-aid c. trail mix b. water d. saline solution Your science teacher decided to mix Yeast with Hydrogen Peroxide. It bubbled over and released heat. What type of reaction occured? a. endothermic c. I dunno b. exothermic d. All of the above How would you classify a solution with a pH of 7? a. acid c. neutral b. base d. salt How would you classify a solution with a pH of 13? a. acid c. neutral b. base d. salt Which of the following would have the strongest gravitational force? a. Moon c. Earth b. Sun d. You What is the formula for speed? a. distance divided by time c. velocity divided by time b. distance multiplied by time d. velocity multiplied by time

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What is happening to the car at point A? a. b. accelerating (speeding up) constant speed c. negatively accelerating (slowing down) d. not moving

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At what point is the car moving at a constant speed? a. A c. C b. B d. D 74. Calculate the Voltage of a circuit that has a Current (I) of 20 Amps and a Resistance (R) of 10 ohms. (Hint: use V=IR to solve this problem) a. 2 volts c. 200 volts b. 20 volts d. 2,000 volts 75. Which of these materials is an excellent conductor of electricity? a. plastic c. wood b. rubber d. copper

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Final Exam Study Guide Answer Section
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