Do you think you're smarter than a 5th grader when it comes to science? Can you answer these elementary science questions? Let's find out with this quiz!
If you're wondering we don't float while walking down the street, it's because gravity is keeping us on the ground. The gravity on Earth is measured at 9.8 m/s^2.
Usually throughout the day, you'll find the warmest temperatures during the afternoon. This is due to the sun reaching its highest peak.
Liquids and gases are able to change their shape based upon the container they are in. Since the molecules of solids are so close together, they don't have the ability to conform as easily.
Spiders are arachnids that have a total of eight legs. If it has more or fewer than eight legs, it is not an arachnid and thus not a spider.
Conductors allow electrical charges to pass through them. They are usually a metal. The remaining choices are insulators which act in the opposite way of conductors.
When stars are grouped together, they are called constellations. This is where we get constellations such as Aquarius and Capricorn, which were turned into signs of the zodiac.
The heart is definitely one of the most important organs. It is responsible for pumping oxygenated and de-oxygenated blood to and from different parts of the body.
There have been many ways to remember the planets, but also remember that they're also meant to be listed in order from the closet to the Sun to the furthest. Neptune is the furthest planet from the Sun.
Full moons are said to happen approximately every 29.5 days. Given about 30-31 days a month and 12 months, there are about 12 full moons in a calendar year.
While you might want to say that dolphins are fish because they swim in the ocean, you'd be wrong. One major difference between mammals and fish are that dolphins use lungs to breathe while fish use their gills. Dolphins are most definitely mammals!
When it comes to plants, they need to breathe too! Plants breathe in carbon dioxide and use it to create oxygen in the air.
While the number is going to vary from person to person, the adult human has 32 teeth. Included in this, you'll find four canines, eight incisors, eight premolars, and 12 molars, which include four wisdom teeth.
You'll find the hinge joint in the knees and elbows. You'll find other joints, like the gliding joint, in the scapula (shoulder blade).
When it comes to our solar system, Jupiter is the biggest planet. It is 11 times bigger than Earth.
The kidney is an important organ but it is not part of the circulatory system. The circulatory system is the set of organs and pathways that help blood 'circulate' through the body.
While you might think the air is made up mostly of oxygen, it isn't! Air is 78% nitrogen and only 21% oxygen.
Fahrenheit is the unit used to measure temperature in the United States. It is named after the scientist Gabriel Fahrenheit who proposed this scale to measure temperature.
When it comes to the bodies of water, you'll find fresh water in smaller bodies of water like lakes, streams, and rivers. You'll find salt water in the oceans.
While Africa does have a large desert, the Sahara, it doesn't top the continent of Antarctica, which is considered to be a complete polar desert.
When it comes to figuring out the process for this answer, think of it in descending order. Organisms are made up of organ systems, while organ systems are formed from a set of organs. Organs are formed by tissues, which are made up of cells.
If you're looking for a scientist who studies the weather, just look at your weatherman or woman! They are meteorologists whose job it is to study the weather.
When it comes to these compounds and substances, they all dissolve in water, which means they are soluble.
You'll find that three out of four of these orbit something else. The Earth and Mars orbit around the Sun. The Moon orbits around Earth. The Sun sits at the center of the solar system and doesn't orbit around anything.
The immune system is often referred to as the lymphatic system. This system is designed to help the body fight off diseases.
Don't be tricked by your veins! Human blood is always red. Many have thought that blood was blue inside the body due to the pigment of the veins, but it is red inside and outside.
One yard is the same as three feet, which equal 36 inches.
Regardless of what the water has been moved too, if the container is bigger than 50 mL and there is no spill accounted for, the new container should contain the same volume of fluid as the first.
The Earth spins on its axis once a day, but it takes the earth 365 days to orbit completely around the Sun.
Water is definitely one of the most special compounds, especially since we can't survive without it. Water can be found in all three phases, water (liquid), ice (solid), and water vapor (gas).
When it comes to the chromosomes, we're talking in PAIRS. The 'average' human has 46 chromosomes but 23 pairs of them!
When it comes to liquids, you need to measure the volume, whether it be in milliliters, liters, and so on. Graduated cylinders would be the proper tool to measure a liquid's volume.
When it comes to substances, sublimation is when a substance goes from a solid to a gas. Condensation is when a phase change happens from gas to liquid. Melting is the phase change from solid to liquid. The correct answer to this question is evaporation, where a liquid transforms into a gaseous state.
The integumentary system is responsible for protecting the body from outside harm. It is mostly made up of the biggest organ in the body, the skin.
DNA is responsible for the genetic makeup in every living thing. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid.
The major difference between eukaryotes and prokaryotes is that the former have a nucleus and the latter don't.