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Types of Clouds

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Which term best describes water vapor?

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Based on this picture of clouds, which of the following weather patterns are most likely to occur?

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What role does the Sun play in cloud formation?

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This type of cloud is thin, wispy, and made of ice crystals.

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Which type of cloud is low to the ground and covers the sky like a blanket?

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What type of clouds are called "fair weather clouds" and look like floating cotton?

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Which of the following statements best defines clouds?

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Which type of cloud is lowest in the sky?

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Which type of cloud is white and puffy?

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What is the first step in the formation of clouds?

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What are clouds made out of?

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What type of clouds are shown in the picture below?

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Clouds form during the process of...

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What is the process called when water vapor (a gas) becomes a liquid.

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Which type of cloud is highest in the sky?

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The Law Of Reflection

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Which term describes when light bounces off of a smooth surface?  

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...........the angle between the normal and the reflected ray.

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Which of the following is not a source of light?

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In the diagram, which letter represents the angle of incidence?

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...........the angle between the normal and the incident ray.

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The imaginary line perpendicular to a reflecting surface is called _____.

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If the angle of incidence is 30 degree, what is the angle between the incident ray and reflecting surface?

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Which diagram represents specular reflection?

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What is reflection?

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What is the line MN called in the given diagram

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Law of reflection state that - The angle of incidence is .................. to the angle of reflection.

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Why can you see most objects?

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How does light travel?

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The ray of light that strikes a reflecting surface is called ________

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Incidence angle

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Invertebrates and Their Characteristics

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.......................... are the simplest invertebrates you have learned about.

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What type of symmetry do sponges have?

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What is true of earthworms?

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Which structure do earthworms have that help them attach to a surface?

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Of the following, which does NOT have bilateral symmetry?

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Leeches have segmented bodies, meaning they belong to phylum ..............................

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What is each segment of the earthworm filled with?

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What is true of earthworms?

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Flatworms have ..................

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Earthworms belong to the phylum ...............

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They have bilateral symmetry. Some of them are parasites with a flat body shape. Some live in saltwater or freshwater.

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What are the stingers on tentacles of the invertebrate Cnidaria called?

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A(n) ................ is an example of a cnidarian.

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What is true about Cnidarians?

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Which of the following describes the benefit of earthworms.

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Structural Adaptations

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An example of a behavioral adaptation is ............

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Which of the following best describes structural adaptations?

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Snakes can detect infrared light to help them find food, this is an example of?

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A monkey has a long tail to help it swing from branch to branch.

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Why can an animal's skeletal system serve as a structural adaptation?

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______________ is an inactive period of time for an animal during an extremely cold season.

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Organisms' physical adaptations to their environment is called __________.

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A giraffe has a long neck to obtain food.

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Mammals have ______ or _______that helps insulate their bodies. It keeps them warm in winter and can protect specific areas of the body, like eyelashes protecting the eyes.

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Which of the following is an example of senses as a structural adaptation?

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A penguin is white on its belly and black on its back so it harder to see underwater from above and below.

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Which of the following best describes adaptation?

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The Chordates

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The highlighted area on this illustration of a lancelet shows which of the four traits of chordates?

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This part of the human body replaces the ..................... found in other chordates.

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What is the flexible skeletal support rod?

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The phylum Chordata is the only one of the nine phyla that include .....................

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At some stage in their lifetime, all chordates have............... common traits.

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What is the name for the structures located on either side of a chordate's throat?

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Which of the following represents invertebrate chordates?

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What feature of chordates extends behind the animal and has different uses in different species?

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Which structures do all chordates have at some point during their life time?

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In humans, the backbone takes the place of the notochord and the spinal cord takes the place of the ................

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Both flatworms and roundworms have _____.

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Which structure supports the body of a developing chordate?

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Which of the following chordates are also vertebrates?

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What feature found in all chordates runs from one end of the body to the other?

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Taxonomy and Family Tree

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Based on the tree diagram, ................. are organisms that have radial symmetry.

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All animals have a nucleus at some point in life. Therefore, they are in the domain ______.

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.................. is the science of classifying and naming organisms.

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Based on the diagram, sea sponges are ............... and asymmetrical.

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In a tree diagram, each branch represents an example of a(n) ................

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Why do scientists study taxonomy?

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Which is the largest taxon?

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................. are groups of organisms that have certain traits in common.

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Taxonomy is a way by which scientists classify living things into groups based on what?

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According to the animal family tree, .................. do not develop into tissues.

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Mammalia is the name of a .................

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A chart used to show the relationships within generations of organisms is called a .................

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Separating Mixtures

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What happens when you boil water and ethanol?

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Which substances, when mixed together, maintain their original physical properties?

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Which one of the following would you use to separate sand from iron filings?

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Which mixture can be separated using a filter?

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A homogeneous mixture is in which ......

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Name the separation technique shown in the diagram.

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Amina wants to dissolve a substance in water. Which substance will dissolve the easiest?

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This diagram represents...

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To remove the salt from salt water, the easiest thing to do is boil it and evaporate the water.

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Which tools are best for separating a mixtures of sand, iron filings, and water?

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Scientific Method

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This is the aspects of the experiment that are kept exactly the same throughout the experiment.

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Which is NOT a step in the scientific method?

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A question that can be answered with an experiment.