2.01 SURFACE WATER
Earth's Surface Water
Earth is the ultimate recycler. Much of its water is constantly recycled in the water cycle. The water cycle is
the mechanism by which water moves between Earth's atmosphere, geosphere, biosphere,
0.06 The Conservation of Mass and Energy
You will be exploring three scenarios and conducting observations on the physical and chemical changes in
matter: The Iced Tea Debate, Salty Soup, and Fire Bug.
[FW.01] A pharmaceutical firm is dumping chemical wastes into a lake in a location. This is
causing serious health problems among residents of the location. Which of these is the best
method to solve this problem?
Ask the he
02.04: Water Conservation
Kitchen: Water Conservation
Water conservation consists of the efforts of individuals, communities, industries, and governments to
protect and conserve water resources. Conserving water means protecting the quality and quantity o
Bushi who served a lord eventually came to be called (5 points)
How did tax exemptions for land reclamation programs affect the central government o
02.03: Water Quality
Did you know your water may contain more than you can see with your eyes? Let's take a closer look at what is in a
sample of water.
Select each water component below to learn more about what your water might contain. Be sure to add th
Biltmore Remodeling Worksheet
1. Do not modify shaded cells. These cells contain formulas or other fixed information. If you change one by accident, open the original document.
2. Complete the Area of Room column in the Calculations Table. (Hin
SCIENCE 6.0 PRETEST
How are physical and chemical changes similar?
in a phase
Brown-Physical Science Spring Final (10 points)
No outside materials required for this final.
Answer TWO of the following questions. Be sure to read the question carefully and all parts
that may be required in the question.
A student states that the
A scientific investigation is a process used to test hypotheses and to answer questions by drawing
conclusions based on observable data.
Science skills include the ability to observe phenomena, predict outcomes, an
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Module 6 Reactions
6.01 Chemical Reactions
6.02 Classifying Chemical Reactions
6.03 Chemical Reactions & Energy
6.04 Reaction Rates & Temperature
PS 5.06 Lab Report: Acid and Base Investigation
Watch this YouTube Video so you can see what you will be doing.
BH Virtual Lab Link (Also on the lesson WHY Tab):
Chemically speaking, an acid is a compound that increases the concentration of H + (hydrogen) ions when
dissolved in water. A hydrogen atom is a proton and an electron. When it loses the electron, it is just a
proton. Hydrogen ions are pr
PS 5.07 Short Answer Review
Please answer each question as completely as possible. You may refer to your
notes, the lessons or internet sources.
1. A student tested a sample of carbon (C) by combining it with water. There was no
UNIT 5 SCIENCE TEST
1. Which of the following explains why elements in column 17 (the halogens) are very reactive?
Their atoms contain three energy levels.
Their atoms need only one electron to complete their outer energy level.
Their atoms have large mas
Proiectiles Test Review Sheet
The following is a review of the type of word problems that will be seen on the test. In addition to these
typ"r of p.obl"ttrr you will be expected to know the vocabulary terms listed below. Read each of
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Lenses and Speed Test Review Sheet
Directions: Read each of the following problems carefully. Write out your answers neatly
showing all work. Be sure to circle your answer.
1. Review the following new vocabulary:
a) Concave lens
Electrical Fields. Current and Circuits Test Review Sheet
Read each of the following problems carefully. Write out your answers neatly showing all
work (including diagrams where necessary). Be sure to circle your answer.
Review the foll