Exam review for grade nine academic science

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This is a quiz that I made while studying for a science exam, about a week before the exam actually happened. This is grade nine academic science in case you're wondering.

This is following the Ontario (Canadian) curriculum and covers most things...but not all. So I highly recommend that you review before taking this quiz. Also, if you're in a higher or more challenging class, this is not for you since it doesn't cover the space unit. Anyway, good luck! :D

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1. What two category are physical property divided into?
Chemical and elements
Heavy and light
Metals and non-metals
Liquids and solids
Quantitive and Qualitive
1 and 2
2. What is NOT a qualitative property?
Colour
Viscosity
Odor
State
Texture
Malleability
3. What is NOT a quantitative property?
Luxure
Viscosity
Boiling point
Solubility
Hardness
Density
4. What's the definition of Viscosity?
The temperature at which a solid changes into a liquid
Is a measure of how easily a liquid flows
The temperature of when a liquid turns into a gas
Is the maximum quality of a substance that can dissolve in a given amount of solvent at a particular temperature and pressure. A solution with water as a solvent is called an aqueous solution.
All of the above
None of the above
5. What are two type of mixtures?
Mechanical and machenery
Compound and element
Mechanical and Solutions
One fish Two fish
Solvent and soluent
None of the above
6. The three sub-atomic particles in an atom are...
Big, heavy light
Protons, Electrons
There are no sub-atomic particles
Positive, neutral, negative
Atom, element, compound
Protons, neutrons, electrons
7. What is a pure substance?
A pure substance is made up of two or more particles.
It's made up of only one type of particle.
8. What is a mixture?
Made up of two more more types of particles.
It's made up of only one type of particle.
9. What of the following property's do metals NOT share?
Malleability
Ductility
Poor conductors
Solid at room temperature (excluding mercury)
Lustre
None of the above
10. Which of the following is NOT part of particle theory?
All matter is made up of tiny particles that have spaces between them
Particles repel each other
Different substances are made up of different kinds of particles
The particles of a substance move faster as its temperature increases.
Particles attract eachother
Particles are in constant random motion
11. What IS a quality of a cation?
Positive ion
Negative ion
Formed from the gaining of electrons
12. What IS a quality of an Anion?
Positive ion
Negative ion
Formed from the loss of electrons
13. What is NOT a chemical change?
Changes coulor
Bubbles form
New odor
New solid
Enegery/heat
None of the above
14. What is NOT a physical property?
Coulour
Odor
State
Viscosity
Melting point
New solid
15. What is an electroscope?
Is is a device that charges neutral objects
It's a device that tests if an object is charged
Solar Pannels
It's a microcope that allows you to see electrical charges
A & C
A & B
16. What is charging by induction?
Connecting an object to a large body, like earth, that is capable of effectively removing an electric charge that the object might have
An object that can be permanently charged by induction
The ability of an object to hold onto electrons
None of the above
All of the above
Other
17. What is grounding?
Connecting an object to a large body, like earth, that is capable of effectively removing an electric charge that the object might have
An object that can be permanently charged by induction
The ability of an object to hold onto electrons
None of the above
All of the above
Other
18. What is electron affinity?
Connecting an object to a large body, like earth, that is capable of effectively removing an electric charge that the object might have
An object that can be permanently charged by induction
The ability of an object to hold onto electrons
None of the above
All of the above
Other
19. What is the law of electrical charge?
There are only three different ways to charge
Like charges repel, unlike chargs attract.
Like charges attract, unlike charges repel
20. What is electric discharge? (Hint: Lightning).
A device that converts electrical energy into another form of energy
Passes current easily from one part of a circuit to another
Another word for grounding
The rapid transfer of electrical charge from one object to another
CAKE!
A&C
21. What are the three types of charges?
Charge by friction/induction/contact
Charge by Outlet/solar/water
Charge by grounding/electrical discharge/windmills
1,2,3
None of the above
A & D
22. What is a load?
A device that converts electrical energy into another form of energy
An open switch does not allow the charges to flow; a closed switch allows the charges to flow.
Passes current easily from on part of a circuit to another.
The positive end is bigger than the negative end.
Lightning rods
None of the above
23. What is a conducting wire?
A device that converts electrical energy into another form of energy
An open switch does not allow the charges to flow; a closed switch allows the charges to flow.
Passes current easily from on part of a circuit to another.
The positive end is bigger than the negative end.
Lightning rods
None of the above
24. What is a switch?
A device that converts electrical energy into another form of energy
An open switch does not allow the charges to flow; a closed switch allows the charges to flow.
Passes current easily from on part of a circuit to another.
The positive end is bigger than the negative end.
Lightning rods
None of the above
25. What is a cell supplies electrical energy?
A device that converts electrical energy into another form of energy
An open switch does not allow the charges to flow; a closed switch allows the charges to flow.
Passes current easily from on part of a circuit to another.
The positive end is bigger than the negative end.
Lightning rods
None of the above
26. What is a resistor?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
27. What is a motor?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
28. What is an electrical circuit?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
29. What is an ammeter?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
30. What is a parallel circuit?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
31. What is a series circuit?
A resistor resists the flow of the current
A device used to measure current
A device used to change electrical energy into mechanical energy
An electrical circuit that has only one path on which the current flows.
Is an electric circuit that has two or more paths for the current to follow.
A closed path made of connecting wires, a source, and load(s)
32. What is a Voltmeter?
A device used to meausre the speed of the current
A device that secures the circuit
A device used to measured voltage
Nothing
Other
None of the above
33. What is ecology?
Land based ecosystems
Water based ecosystems
A science that tries to explain the connections between everything on earth
All of the non-living and living parts of a certain place.
34. What is a terrestrial ecosystem?
Land based ecosystems
Water based ecosystems
A science that tries to explain the connections between everything on earth
All of the non-living and living parts of a certain place.
35. What is an ecosystem?
Land based ecosystems
Water based ecosystems
A science that tries to explain the connections between everything on earth
All of the non-living and living parts of a certain place.
36. What are decomposers?
Eat producers to obtain th energy they need to survive
Produce their own food
Get their energy by eating dead animals and producers
Clean-up crew
37. What are producers?
Eat producers to obtain th energy they need to survive
Produce their own food
Get their energy by eating dead animals and producers
Clean-up crew
38. What is a consumer?
Eat producers to obtain th energy they need to survive
Produce their own food
Get their energy by eating dead animals and producers
Clean-up crew
39. What three Biotic (living) factors affect the size of almost any population in any ecosystem?
Competiton, prey, predators
Producers, consumers, decomposers
Parasites, competitors, predators
1,2,3
Water shed, invaisive species, native species
All of the above
40. What is a water shed?
Any are of land drains into a body of water
Aquatic ecosystem
Any ecosystem with reserved water in them
41. What percentage of energy gets passed up on the tropic levels of consumers?
5%
10%
20%
30%
40%
63%
42. What two elements are key in cellular respiration?
Consumers and predators
Carbon cycle and photosynthsis
Photoynthesis and decomposers
Other
None of the above
All of the above

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