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Physical Science a a eae Scientific Method .. Safety in the Laboratory. Laboratory Equipment. Using the Balance. Measuring Length. Measuring Liquids Reading Thermometers. Metrics and Measurements Unit Conversions and Factor-Label Method. Using Correct Units. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Calculations Using Significant Figures... Determining Speed (Velocity). Calculating Average Speed. Acceleration Calculations. Graphing Speed vs. Time... Graphing Distance vs. Time. Gravity and Acceleration (I). Gravity and Acceleration (II) Force Diagrams Force and Acceleration Motion Matching .. Heat Calculations ... Heat and Phase Changes ‘Simple Machines Types of Levers. Potential and Kinetic Energy. Calculating Work Mechanical Advantage Calculating Efficiency... Calculating Power .. Force and Work Crossword ... Substances vs. Mixtures .. Homogeneous vs. Heterogeneous Matter... 36 Solutions, Colloids and Suspensions ... 37 Physical vs. Chemical Properties..38 Physical vs. Chemical Change......39 ‘Separation of Mixtures ... States of Matter Crossword. Elements and Their Symbols . Elements Crossword Parts of an Atom Bohr Models Properties of Metals and Nonmetals.. Periodic Table Crossword... Types of Chemical Bonds Number of Atoms in a Formula... Gram Formula Mass... Percentage Composition... Writing Binary Formulas. Naming Binary Compounds (lonic)..55 Naming Binary Compounds (Covalent)... 56 Formulas With Polyatomic lons.....57 ‘Naming of Non-Binary Compounds . 58 Naming Compounds (Mixed)..... Writing Formulas From Names Balancing Equation: Word Equations... Classifying Chemical Reactions ... Conservation of Mass. ‘Mass Relationships in Equations .65 Acid, Base or Salt. pH pH of Salt Solutions, Table of Contents Conductors and Electrolytes Effect of Dissolved Particles on Freezing and Boiling Points Concentration (Mass/Volume). Concentration (% by Volume) Concentration (% by Mass).. Solubility... Naming Organic Compounds. Drawing Structural Formulas.. ISOMEES.sneso Organic Chemistry Crossword Wave Diagram.. Wave Velocity Calculations. ‘Sound and Music Crossword Reflection... Refraction. Light Rays and Convex Lenses .. Light Rays and Concave Lenses White Light Spectrum. Light Matching. Magnetic Fields... Calculating Current.. Calculating Voltage Calculating Resistance ‘Ohm's Law Problems. Calculating Power Calculating Electrical Energy and Cost. Series and Parallel Circuits... ‘An Electric Motor. An Electric Generator Transformers Electricity Crossword Half-Life Calculations A Nuclear Reactor... Fuel Alternatives Crossword Answer Key... 102 103-128 a Instructional Fair ‘An imprint of Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC PO Box 35665 Greensboro, NC 27425 USA ‘© 1995, Carson-Dellosa Publi (mechanically, electronically, recording, Printed in the USA + All rights reserved. 1g LLC. The purchase of ‘classroom use only—not for commercial resale. Reproduct book toed ina retiva ot ee ge rete por wien const of Carson Delos Pu imprint of Carson-Dellosa Publishing LLC. ‘Author: Joan DiStasio Editors: Mina McMull Interior Artist: Don O'Connor . Kathy Lister, Mary Jo Kohunsky Photo Credits: © Comstock, Inc. this material entitles the buyer to reproduce worksheets and actives f ion of these materials for an entire schoo! or district is prohibited. No p: ster, of transmitted in any form or by any meat iblishing LLC. Instructional Fair is ISBN 978-1-56822-188 01-0911277 SCIENTIFIC METHOD Name Put the following steps of the scientific method in the proper order. Research the problem. Observe and record. Make a hypothesis. Identify the problem. Arrive at a conclusion. Test the hypothesis. Match the following terms with the correct definition. hypothesis a) organized process used to test a hypothesis control b) an educated guess about variable the solution to a problem : ¢) observations and experiment measurements recorded during an experiment conclusion a judgment based on the theory results of an experiment logical explanation for gata events that occur in nature used to show that the result of an experiment is really due to the condition being tested factor that changes in an ‘experiment 1 ‘© Carson-Dellosa SAFETY IN THE LABORATORY Nome What is wrong in the following pictures? 1