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Lesson Worksheet: Observing, Measuring, and Describing Matter Science

In this worksheet, we will practice observing, measuring, and describing matter.

Q1:

Scarlett and Michael are talking about matter.

Who is correct?

  • AMichael
  • BScarlett
  • CNeither of them
  • DBoth of them

Q2:

Fill in the blank: Matter is anything that has mass and takes up .

  • Atime
  • Bspace
  • Cenergy

Q3:

Everything around us is made from matter.

Choose the correct definition of the word matter from the given list.

  • AMatter is everything that we can see around us.
  • BMatter is anything solid that we can hold.
  • CMatter is anything that has mass and takes up space.

Q4:

Solids and liquids are alike, as they both have .

  • Aindefinite shapes
  • Bdefinite volumes
  • Cdefinite shapes
  • Dindefinite volumes

Q5:

What is the scientific term for the state of matter that has indefinite volume and shape?

  • ALight
  • BSolid
  • CGas
  • DLiquid

Q6:

What is the scientific term for anything around us that has a mass and takes up space?

  • AMatter
  • BVolume
  • CTexture
  • DLength

Q7:

What is the scientific term for a particular physical form that matter can take?

  • APhysical change
  • BChemical change
  • CState of matter
  • DPhysical property

Q8:

Liquids and gases are alike, as both have .

  • Adefinite volumes
  • Bindefinite volumes
  • Cdefinite shapes
  • Dindefinite shapes

Q9:

What is the scientific term for a state of matter that has a definite volume but an indefinite shape?

  • ALight
  • BSolid
  • CLiquid
  • DGas

Q10:

What is the scientific term for the state of matter that has a definite volume and shape?

  • ALiquid
  • BGas
  • CSound
  • DSolid

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