Matter revision (Part 2)

In this lesson we will review the Matter topic and improve our scientific language to get exam ready.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.How do the particles move in a solid?

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Q2.What are the units of mass?

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Q3.Brownian motion is why diffusion is passive. True or False?

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Q4.The density of water is 1 and the density of oil is 0.93. Will oil float or sink in water?

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Q5.The brick has a mass of 900 g and a volume of 100 cm³ Calculate the density of the brick.

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Q6.How do particles move when diffusing?

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Q7.What is the change of state when a liquid becomes a solid?

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Q8.What is the change of state when a gas becomes a solid? Without passing through the liquid phase.

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.How do the particles move in a solid?

1/8

Q2.What are the units of mass?

2/8

Q3.Brownian motion is why diffusion is passive. True or False?

3/8

Q4.The density of water is 1 and the density of oil is 0.93. Will oil float or sink in water?

4/8

Q5.The brick has a mass of 900 g and a volume of 100 cm³ Calculate the density of the brick.

5/8

Q6.How do particles move when diffusing?

6/8

Q7.What is the change of state when a liquid becomes a solid?

7/8

Q8.What is the change of state when a gas becomes a solid? Without passing through the liquid phase.

8/8

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Review 2

This quick will check your knowledge from the lesson and any relevant prior knowledge.

Q1.What are the units of force?

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Q2.What is the upward force that acts on an object in water?

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Q3.In water as the depth increases the pressure . . .

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Q4.What happened to the pressure inside the jar when the vacuum pump removed the air?

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Q5.Solids liquids and gases can be compressed. True or false?

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Q6.What do hydraulics contain to transmit pressure?

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Q7.What is the atmosphere?

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Quiz:

Review 2

This quick will check your knowledge from the lesson and any relevant prior knowledge.

Q1.What are the units of force?

1/7

Q2.What is the upward force that acts on an object in water?

2/7

Q3.In water as the depth increases the pressure . . .

3/7

Q4.What happened to the pressure inside the jar when the vacuum pump removed the air?

4/7

Q5.Solids liquids and gases can be compressed. True or false?

5/7

Q6.What do hydraulics contain to transmit pressure?

6/7

Q7.What is the atmosphere?

7/7

Lesson summary: Matter revision (Part 2)

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Time to move!

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For 5 mins...

Move around:
Climb stairs

On the spot:
Chair yoga

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