8th grade exam - version 2

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36 Questions

What do herbivores eat?

What do carnivores eat?

What do decomposers feed off and break down?

What must a habitat provide for an organism to survive and reproduce?

Which of the following is NOT a requirement for an organism's habitat?

Which of the following is an example of a biotic factor?

What category do temperature and humidity fall under in the needs of living things?

Which of the following is a characteristic of abiotic factors?

What is the smallest particle of an element that has the properties of that element?

Which of the following is an example of an element?

Which of the following is considered the simplest pure substance?

Pure substances consist of two or more different substances, not chemically joined together.

A mixture consists only of one element or one compound.

A pure substance has only one type of molecule in it.

What is the study of matter?

What does matter include?

Which state of matter takes on the shape of the container it is in?

Which state of matter spreads to fill the space it is in?

Which state of matter is hard to compress and holds its own shape?

Which state of matter spreads to fill the space it is in?

True or false: Solids and liquids can be compressed?

True or false: Gases can be compressed?

What makes particles move faster and break free of the forces holding them together?

Which of the following determines whether a change is classified as physical or chemical?

What type of change occurs when ice-blocks melt in a drink?

Which state of matter has a definite shape and volume?

What does a mixture consist of?

Homogeneous mixtures have components that cannot be distinguished from each other, appearing as one substance.

Heterogeneous mixtures have all components of the mixture visible because they do not mix together.

In homogeneous mixtures, particles are distributed evenly throughout. In heterogeneous mixtures, particles are not distributed evenly.

What is the characteristic of homogeneous mixtures?

What is the characteristic of heterogeneous mixtures?

What is the primary function of a habitat for an organism?

What is the main purpose of very long roots in plant adaptation?

In which type of interdependence do both organisms benefit from the relationship?

Match the following dietary habits with their descriptions:


Test your knowledge about the different feeding habits in the animal kingdom! This quiz covers herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, and decomposers.

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