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The
carbon cycle begins with photosynthesis in plants. 

A:
True 

B:
False 

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Plants
are primary consumers of carbon dioxide. 

Animals
are primary consumers of carbon dioxide. 

Humans
are producers of carbon dioxide. 

Carbon
dioxide is easily dissolved in water. 

Humans
and animals release carbon dioxide into the air during photosynthesis. 

All
of the carbon in existence is continually recycled in the carbon cycle. 

Where
does the carbon come from that the plants use? 

A:
animals 

B:
water 

C:
air 

Are
humans primary consumers of carbon dioxide or secondary consumers? 

A:
Primary consumers 

B:
Secondary consumers 

C:
Neither. Humans produce carbon dioxide. 

How
does carbon get into the soil? 

A:
when the plant dies 

B:
when the animal dies 

C:
when the human dies 

D:
all of the above 

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The
following coins are put in a bag: dime, dime, nickel, penny. What is the
probability of picking a quarter? 

A:
likely 

B:
unlikely 

C:
certain 

D:
impossible 

A
quarter, nickel, dime, and 3 pennies are put in a bag. What is the
probability of choosing a penny? 

A
glass jar contains 10 marbles. What is the probability of choosing a marble? 

The
cookie jar contains 9 chocolate chip cookies, 4 oreos, and 1 oatmeal cookie.
What is the probability of picking an oatmeal cookie? 

A
box has 15 toy cars, 20 dolls, and 8 balls. What is the probability of
picking a doll? 

The
treasure box has stickers and pencils. What is the probability of picking a
toy? 

One
of the following numbers is chosen at random: 2, 74, 36, 9, 18, 1 What is the
probability of picking an even number? 

A
jar has 30 marbles. There are red and blue marbles. If there are 7 blue
marbles, what is the probability of choosing a blue one? There are 25
kittens in the box. 3 are white, 10 are 

There
are 25 kittens in the box. 3 are white, 10 are black, and the rest are black
and white. What is the probability of picking a yellow kitten? 

A
box has 12 purple crayons. What is the probability of choosing a purple
crayon? 

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Which
of the following is a property of momentum? 

A:
A property that allows moving things to
overcome resistance and continue moving in the same direction. 

B:
A property that allows moving things to
overcome resistance and move in the opposite direction. 

Momentum
is a measure of the motion of a body equal to the product of its mass and
velocity. 

Momentum
is a conserved quantity. 

The
amount of momentum that any object has is dependent on which of the following
quantities? Check all that apply. 

A:
velocity 

B:
weight 

C:
mass 

D:
distance 

The
law of conservation of momentum states that the total momentum of a closed system
of objects(no external agents) is varies according to velocity. 

Is
the following statement about impulse, true or false? Impulse is defined as
the average force times the time interval. 

Which
of the following does the impulsemomentum equation imply? Check all that
apply. 

A:
The equation evaluates the change in
momentum. 

B:
It states that the change in
momentum=impulse. 

C:
In order to get the largest possible change
in momentum, we use the equation to find the smallest impulse possible. 

D:
all of the above. 

Is
this equation correct? Impulse = (force)(time) 

Which
of the following would you do in order to get the largest possible impulse? 

A:
apply the force for the longest time
possible 

B:
apply the largest possible force 

C:
both A and B 

D:
none of the above 

If
you wanted to get the largest possible momentum for a ball, you would do
which of the following? 

A:
apply the largest possible impulse to the
ball 

B:
apply the smallest possible impulse to the
ball 
