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Question 1 1. Which of the following activities would be appropriate for introducing the concept of taxonomic rank (Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species)?
Question 2 2. A small sample out of a population of European silkwing beetles found their way into a shipping container of rice that was exported to Canada. When introduced into the Canadian port ecosystem, the silkwing beetles outcompeted the native species and caused them to become locally extinct. The European silkwing beetles are an example of what?
Question 3 3. On average, what percent of energy is lost between two consecutive organisms in a food chain?
Question 4 4. Atmospheric nitrogen is converted into usable nitrogen by what?
Question 5 5. The general name for a sex cell that is produced by meiosis is called what?
Question 6 6. What is the genotype of a person that is heterozygous for a trait, where A is the dominant gene and a is the recessive gene?
Question 7 7. Cracks in the Earth's surface caused by built up stress are called what?
Question 8 8. A teacher is trying to explain the properties of protons and electrons and wants to use another science concept in an analogy. Which of the following would be the best option?
Question 9 9. Students were given 3 objects, each with a mass of 5.00 g. Each student weighed the masses using a triple beam balance and recorded their findings. Which student's data had high precision but low accuracy?
Question 10 10. Two cubes of the same volume, one metal and one nonmetal, are heated on a hot plate for an equivalent amount of time and then placed in a beaker containing room temperature water. The temperature of the water is monitored for 10 minutes and the maximum temperature is recorded. What heat energy concept is this experiment testing?
Question 11 11. Enthalpy change is
Question 12 12. An example of an exothermic reaction is:
Question 13 13. Photosynthesis is a process in plants that uses _____and produces energy and oxygen.
Question 14 14. Which statement is TRUE?
Question 15 15. If you were viewing this weather symbol, what type of weather conditions would you expect to be occurring in the area?
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