Physical Science P-SELL Review By: [email protected]

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Use a magnet to attract the iron filings. ","cat3qmediaimage1":"","cat3a1":"D. Use a magnet to attract the iron filings. ","cat3amediaimage1":"","cat3v1":"100","cat3q2":"Damien filled a salt shaker with black pepper instead of table salt. Damien needs to sort the pepper grains from the salt particles. How could Damien sort the particles? \n\nA. Use a magnet to separate the salt crystals from the pepper flakes. \n\nB. Use a sieve to separate the salt crystals from the pepper flakes. \n\nC. Add water to dissove the salt. Then use a filter to remove the pepper, and evaporate the water, leaving the salt behind. \n\nD. Melt the salt crystals and burn the pepper flakes. ","cat3qmediaimage2":"","cat3a2":"C. Add water to dissolve the sale. Then use a filter to remove the pepper, and evaporate the water, leaving the salt behind. ","cat3amediaimage2":"","cat3v2":"200","cat3q3":"Heidi combined lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and shredded cheese to make a salad. 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Which od the following is a change in the state of water that could occur? \n\nA. Changing a gas directly to a solid by increasing the temperature. \n\nB. Changing a gas directly into a liquid by increasing the temperature. \n\nC. Changing a solid directly io a liquid by increasing the temperature.\n\nD. Changing a liquid directly to a solid by increasing the temperature ","cat4qmediaimage1":"","cat4a1":"C. Changing a solid directly to a liquid by increasing the temperature. ","cat4amediaimage1":"","cat4v1":"100","cat4q2":"Jeremy put yeast into a bowl of water and added a little sugar. He put the bowl in a warm place. After a while, Jeremy observed foam spilling out of the bowl. What kind of change is occuring? \n\nA. physical change \n\nB. chemical change \n\nC. scientific change \n\nD. geological change \n\n ","cat4qmediaimage2":"","cat4a2":"B. chemical change ","cat4amediaimage2":"","cat4v2":"200","cat4q3":"Why does milk have to be kept in a refrigerator? \n\nA. Milk tastes better when it is cold. \n\nB. The reactions that cause milk to spoil are slower at lower temperatures. \n\nC. Physical changes that cause milk to spoil are slower at lower temperatures. \n\nD. No chemical or physical changes can occur at cool temperatures. ","cat4qmediaimage3":"","cat4a3":"B. The reactions that cause milk to spoil are slower at lower temperatures. ","cat4amediaimage3":"","cat4v3":"300","cat4q4":"The rails on a railroad track have small gaps between sections of the metal rails. Why are these gaps needed? \n\nA. They allow the metal to expans when it is heated without bending the rails. \n\nB. They allow the metal to expand when it is cooled without bending the rails. \n\nC. They keep the rails from touching and reacting with one another. \n\nD. They help chemical reactions between the rails and air happen faster. ","cat4qmediaimage4":"","cat4a4":"A. 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Physical Science
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