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  • 1. CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGES QUIZ 5 th Grade Physical Science
  • 2. TURNING POINT DIRECTIONS
    • Use the Turning Point clickers provided to answer each question.
    • When the ball appears you will only have 10 seconds left to record your answer.
    • You may change your answer at anytime before the ball hits 0.
  • 3. 1. WHAT KIND OF CHANGE OCCURS WHEN GASEOUS NITROGEN BECOMES VERY COLD AND CHANGES TO A LIQUID?
    • physical
    • chemical
    • both chemical and physical
    • neither chemical nor physical
    10
  • 4. 2. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A PHYSICAL CHANGE THAT HAPPENS WHEN WATER CHANGES STATE?
    • Water boils
    • Water freezes
    • Ice sinks
    • Ice melts
    10
  • 5. 3. AS ICE MELTS INTO LIQUID WATER, ITS TEMPERATURE
    • Increases
    • Decreases
    • Stays the same
    • Varies with the environment
    10
  • 6. 4. YOU PUT SOME WATER IN TRAYS IN THE FREEZER. SOON, YOU HAVE ICE CUBES. WHAT HAPPENS TO THE TINY PARTICLES OF WATER AS THE WATER CHANGES IN ICE?
    • They all move in different directions.
    • They move more slowly.
    • They move faster.
    • They move only in one direction.
    10
  • 7. 5. WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO A GLASS OF ICE WATER LEFT ON A COUNTER ON A HOT SUMMER DAY?
    • The temperature of the water will fall, causing it to freeze.
    • More ice will form as the temperature of the water falls.
    • The ice will melt as the temperature of the water rises.
    • The ice will prevent the temperature of the water from changing.
    10
  • 8. 6. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS NOT A CHEMICAL CHANGE?
    • Cookie dough bakes.
    • Toast burns.
    • Bread is cut.
    • Popcorn pops.
    10
  • 9. THE DROPS OF WATER THAT FORM ON THE OUTSIDE OF A COLD GLASS ON A HOT DAY ARE AN EXAMPLE OF
    • A chemical change.
    • A physical change.
    • Both a chemical and a physical change.
    • Neither a chemical nor a physical change.
    10
  • 10. 8. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A PHYSICAL CHANGE?
    • A student cutting paper in to four equal parts.
    • An electric heater gets so hot that it burns out.
    • A generator burns gasoline and produces electricity.
    • A lawnmower stops when its blade is clogged with grass.
    10
  • 11. 9. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING IS A CLUE THAT A CHEMICAL CHANGE HAS OCCURRED?
    • A beaker becomes cold when you mix two liquids in it.
    • A liquid forms bubbles when it reaches a high temperature.
    • Water changes color when you add food coloring to it.
    • A car door feels hot if you touch it on a summer afternoon.
    10
  • 12. 10. JOSEPHINE HEATED ICE UNTIL IT BECAME A LIQUID. WHICH TERM IDENTIFIES THIS CHANGE?
    • boiling
    • condensing
    • freezing
    • melting
    10
  • 13. 11. WHAT CAN YOU DO TO WOOD TO CAUSE A CHEMICAL CHANGE?
    • Break it.
    • Burn it.
    • Cut it.
    • Saw it.
    10
  • 14. 12. WHICH MIGHT OCCUR IF YOU HEAT A SUBSTANCE?
    • boiling
    • freezing
    • shredding
    • none of these
    10
  • 15. USE THE DATA TABLE BELOW TO ANSWER THIS QUESTION. TEST RESULTS 1 DISSOLVED 2 INCREASED TEMPERATURE 3 FORMED A CLEAR LIQUID 4 HAD A BAD SMELL 13. THE TABLE LISTS A SCIENTIST’S OBSERVATIONS WHEN SHE STIRS DIFFERENT SUBSTANCES TOGETHER. WHICH TEST SHOW THAT A CHEMICAL CHANGE TOOK PLACE?
    • 1 and 3
    • 1 and 4
    • 2 and 4
    • 2 and 3
    10