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Welcome to
Who Wants to
be a Scientist?
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Which of the following
is NOT one of the
careers in life science
we discussed in class?
B: Chemist
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A: Botanist
C: Ecologist
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B: Chemist
D: Environmental
Scientist
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The application of
knowledge is
B: technology.
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A: science.
C: math.
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B: technology.
D: language arts.
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What kind of scientific
tools include lab benches,
beakers, and dissection
kits?
D: Concrete
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A: A hammer
B: Abstract
C: Necessary
D: Concrete
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An explanation for some
natural phenomenon with a
large body of supporting
evidence is
C: a scientific theory.
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A: a law.
B: a fact.
C: a scientific theory.
D: an assumption.
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In a valid experiment,
how many variables
should you test?
B: 1
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A: 2
B: 1
C: 3
D: 0
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the $1,000
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“The race was 13.1
miles long” is an
example of
C: a quantitative
Observation.
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A: fiction.
C: a quantitative
observation.
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B: a qualitative
observation.
D: an assumption.
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A way of learning
about the natural
world through
exploration is
C: Life Science.
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A: Chemistry.
B: Physics.
C: Life Science.
D: Meteorology.
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Redi’s experiment
disproved what
scientific theory.
A: Spontaneous
Generation
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A: Spontaneous
Generation
B: Spontaneous
Degeneration
C: Specific
Generation
D: Generation X
Theory
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A person who studies
invertebrates and
vertebrates is
D: a zoologist.
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A: a botanist.
B: an ecologist.
C: a physician.
D: a zoologist.
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Which of the
following is an
example of a
scientific law?
B: Gravity
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A: Big Bang
B: Gravity
C: Primordial Soup
D: Tectonic Plate
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The variable in Redi’s
experiment was
A: the lack of gauze.
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A: the lack of gauze.
B: the jars.
C: gauze.
D: the location.
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Based on the following
sentence, which choice below is
the observation?:
“The tropical rainforest receives
900cm of rain per year.”
C: has 900cm of rain
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A: has a lot of rain
C: has 900cm of rain
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B: has the most rain
on Earth
D: is a pretty place
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An abstract tool
scientists use in order
to investigate topics in
an organized fashion is
C: The Scientific Method
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A: The Metric System.
C: The Scientific
Method.
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B: An hypothesis.
D: A microscope.
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Which of the following is not
one of the controls in Redi’s
experiment?
A: Gauze
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A: Gauze
B: Time
C: Location
D: Jars
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As a scientist, what 1
part of the scientific
method do you not
always perform?
D: Repeat the Work
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A: State the Problem
as a Question
C: State a Conclusion
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B: Gather Info
D: Repeat the Work
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