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Question 1 1. A set of principles laid out as being unquestionably true is known as:

Question 2 2. Temperature is a measure of:

Question 3 3. In larger atoms, why can outer electrons move more freely?

Question 4 4. Which object will have the most mass?

Question 5 5. How do you represent a triple bond in a structural formula?

Question 6 6. Which of these elements has the largest atomic radius?

Question 7 7. What is a polar molecule?

Question 8 8. How many bonds can hydrogen form?

Question 9 9. Sam's rabbit recently had a litter of bunnies and so did Lucy's rabbit. Sam's rabbit gave birth to 4 boy and 3 girl bunnies. Lucy's rabbit gave birth to 2 boy and 8 girl bunnies. How many boy rabbits were born altogether?

Question 10 10. Which of the following best describes this molecular formula 3H2O? (Note the 2 after the hydrogen atom is subscripted)

Question 11 11. How many total dots should the diagram for silicon tetrahydride, SiH4 include?

Question 12 12. Which element will predictably carry a positive 1 charge when it becomes an ion?

Question 13 13. Which best describes weight?

Question 14 14. What are valence electrons?

Question 15 15. This is a branch of knowledge and the systematic study of the universe and all it encompasses, one that is based upon facts, observation, and experimentation:

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