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Grade 6 Midterm Review Test 1

1. Factors effecting the force of gravity
observation that includes numbers, observation that does not include numbers, hypothesis, systematic observation,
2. Amount of matter in an object
weight, gravity mix questions , volume quiz generator , mass,
3. Main Sequence Stars
9, 12 language , 18, 21,
4. Inner Planet
18, 15, 17, 21,
5. Forces affecting a star
inner planets, stars, outer planets, asteroid belt,
6. Weight
blue, green, red, yellow,
7. SI unit of temperature.
accuracy, estimated, precision, quantified,
8. Quantitative Observation
observation that involves numbers, hypothesis that does not involve numbers, observation that does not involve numbers teacher , hypothesis that does involve numbers,
9. Largest planets that are made mostly of gas.
blue, red, yellow, orange,
10. Massive explosion from a high mass star
hypothesis, qualitative observation learning , precision, estimate,
11. Supernova
minutes, hours, seconds, days,
12. The Sun%27s gravitational pull and the earth%27s inertia
Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Volume,
13. A protostar will become a star if:
warm air, wet air, cool air, spinning air,
14. The closeness of a measurement to its true value.
line graph, bar graph, pie graph, circle graph,
15. Used when scientists cannot obtain an exact number.
line graph, bar graph, pie graph, circle graph,
16. Pair of stars that orbit around the same point in space that can be identified because they become dimmer at regular intervals.
amount of matter in something, pull of gravity, speed of an object, mass,
17. Color of the coolest stars.
heliocentric, elliptical, geocentric, globe,
18. Jerry is trying to show how amount of time training effects the distance a runner can run. What type of graph should Jerry use?
Earth, Mars, Neptune, Venus,
19. Distance that light travels in one year.
Life Science, Physical Science grading , Earth and Space Science, Astronomical Science,
20. Variable that is purposely changed by the person doing the experiment.
independent variable, dependant variable, controlled variable, constant variable,
21. SI unit of time
grams, meters school , feet, kilometers,
22. Sharon is trying to show how many people liked each type of animal on her survey. What type of graph should she use?
decrease in brightness as their temperature increases, increase in brightness as their temperature decreases, increas in brightness as their temperature increases, have no relationship between their brightness and their temperature,
23. An earth centered system.
planet that is made mostly of gas and is large, planet that has many moons and rings, planet that is made of solid rock and is smaller, planet that is made of rock, is very large and has lots of moons,
24. Which of the following is an outer planet?
line graph, bar graph, pie graph, circle graph,
25. What is the mode of this set of data: 21, 6, 15, 21, 6, 21, 15, 3, 7
function, system, accuracy, precision,
26. Air that is more dense and sinks.
hypothesizing, classifying, observing, inferring,
27. Group of parts that work together.
supernova, small nova, sonic boom matching excercise , parallax,
28. Qualitative Observation
occurs in all stars, occurs in stars randomly, occurs in medium sized stars , occurs in high mass stars,
29. How close measurements are to each other
gravity pushes out on the star and fusion pulls the star together, gravity pulls the star together and fusion forces it out, only gravity affects a star, fusion pushes out on a star and inertia pulls the star together,
30. Graph used to show how one variable effects another.
it has enough volume, it has enough inertia, it is hot enough, it has enough mass,
31. SI unit of length
light year, eon, distance from earth to the sun, star year,
32. Interpreting things that you observe based on reasoning from what you already know.
parallax, gravitational forces, factors keeping earth in orbit, factors keeping the sun in orbit,
33. Study of things such as energy, motion, light and electricity.
objec%27ts weight and its distance from something, object%27s mass and its distance from something, object%27s weight and an onbject%27s mass, object%27s distance from an object and its shape,
34. Color of the hottest stars.
Eclipsing Bistellar system, Planetary System, Dual Star System, Eclipsing Binary Stars,
35. Solar Wind Origin
sun%27s core, sun%27s chromosphere, sun%27s corona, sun%27s spot,