Science Quiz

Random Science Quiz
Score 0/53 Timer 20:00
0 Plays Today
Hint Answer % Correct
tool used for lengthruler
100%
Yes or no? More dense liquids or objects move to the bottom of what ever is holding themyes
44.4%
density of water1 g
33.3%
limiting factor (example)water
33.3%
tool used for temperaturethermometer (ºC)
22.2%
tool used for volumegraduated cylinder (mL)
22.2%
tool used for masstriple beam balance (grams)
22.2%
Water boils at 100ºC
22.2%
Water freezes at 0ºC
22.2%
the features of life reproduce, energy, adapt, lifespan, cell, respond to change, excrete waste, and move
22.2%
how do you write a hypothesis?if (independent variable) then (dependent variable)...
22.2%
how a community is related to an ecosystem?a community is the living component of an ecosystem without the abiotic factors
22.2%
how is population related to a community?population is how many species are in a community
22.2%
rotation?spinning on an axis
22.2%
revolution?spinning around an object
22.2%
what direction does the sun appear to move in the sky?east to west
22.2%
average albedo of Earth?.3 or 30%
22.2%
average albedo of Ice?.9 or 90%
22.2%
average albedo of Water?.1 or 10%
22.2%
how do molecules move when heated?they move quickly and spread out
22.2%
tool used for densitytriple beam balance and graduated cylinder (g
11.1%
cell theorycells are the basic unit of life, all living things are made of cells, all cells come from living cells
11.1%
difference between plant and animals cellsplants cells have a cell wall, chloroplasts, look like a brick and make their own food. Animal cells look like a circle and don't make their own food
11.1%
independent variablewhat you change in a experiment
11.1%
dependent variable what you are looking for in an experiment
11.1%
what are constants?what is not changed in a experiment
11.1%
why are constants important?so you are only testing one variable
11.1%
Hint Answer % Correct
ecosystema community that includes living things and their environment functioning together as a unit (biotic and abiotic)
11.1%
what is the difference between a habitat and a niche?habitat is where an animal's needs are met and a niche is a job of an animal
11.1%
a. energy released b. energy stored c. glucose and oxygen are reactants d. glucose and oxygen are products e. takes place in cells with chlorophyll f. takes place in all cellsa. cellular respiration b. photosynthesis c. cellular respiration d. photosynthesis e. photosynthesis f. cellular respiration
11.1%
difference between photosynthesis and cellular respiration plants make food in photosynthesis. plants make food into usable energy in cellular respiration
11.1%
levels of the food pyramidA= top consumer B= omnivores C= herbivores D= producers
11.1%
parasitism? benefits the the parasite and does definite harm to the parasite's partner or host
11.1%
mutualism?benefits both organisms
11.1%
commensalism? the symbiotic relationship that benefits one partner but does not harm or help the other
11.1%
why are decomposers important?They break down dead animals, recycle to keep ecosystems balanced and break down dead animals
11.1%
why are consumers important?they are links in the food chain and keep the population balanced
11.1%
why are producers important to an ecosystemthey are the basic building block of ecosystems and supply energy
11.1%
why does the appear to move across the skybecause of the rotation of the Earth
11.1%
how do shadows look throughout the day?long west, short at solar noon, long again east.
11.1%
solar noon?time of day when sun is the highest in the sky. in the winter it is lower than in the summer
11.1%
why does Earth have seasons?because of earth's tilt. when the northern hemisphere is tilted towards the sun it is summer
11.1%
why is it colder in the winter than in the summer?Earth is tilted away from the sun, shorter days, and the sun is lower in the sky
11.1%
leap year?every four years, extra one day added to a year to make up for the 1
11.1%
equinox?when the sun crosses the equator, September 21st and March 21st, day or night are the equal length
11.1%
solstice? when the sun reaches its highest or lowest point at noon, June 21st and December 21st
11.1%
Why are summer and winter six months apart?it takes the Earth 12 months to revolve around the sun.
11.1%
What is the significance of of the tropic of cancer and capricornthe sun is directly overhead of them at noon on the solstices
11.1%
why is it warm at the equatorbecause of the direct sunlight hitting it
11.1%
albedo?the reflectivity of a surface
11.1%
why does water heat slower than soil and air?it's hydrogen bonds, it's more dense, it is a heat reservoir
11.1%
why is the ocean a heat reservoir?it absorbs, stores, then releases heat.
11.1%
how does being closer to the ocean affect temperatures?since the ocean is a heat reservoir the temperature stays constant
11.1%
Remove Ads.
Support Sporcle.
Get the best of Sporcle when you Go Orange. This ad-free experience offers more features, more stats, and more fun while also helping to support Sporcle. Thank you for becoming a member.

You're not logged in!

Compare scores with friends on all Sporcle quizzes.
OR
Log In

Show Comments

Extras

Created Dec 15, 2014ReportNominate
Tags:Exam, Review

Top Quizzes Today


Score Distribution

Your Account Isn't Verified!

In order to create a playlist on Sporcle, you need to verify the email address you used during registration. Go to your Sporcle Settings to finish the process.

Report this User

Report this user for behavior that violates our Community Guidelines.

Details: