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									Physical and Chemical Change Worksheet
Multiple Choice
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.

            1. A ( Physical or Chemical ) change is a change of matter from one form to
               another without a change in chemical properties.
               a. Physical                    b. Chemical

            2. A ( Physical or Chemical ) change is a change that occurs when a
               substance changes composition by forming one or more new substances.
               a. Physical                   b. Chemical

            3. True or False Color change is evidence that a chemical change may have
               occurred.
               a. True                        b. False

            4. True or False Fizzing or foaming is evidence that a chemical change may
               have occurred.
               a. True                       b. False

            5. True or False Production of sound is evidence that a chemical change
               may have occurred.
               a. True                       b. False

            6. True or False Production of heat or light is evidence that a chemical
               change may have occurred.
               a. True                       b. False

            7. True or False Production of an odor is evidence that a chemical change
               may have occurred.
               a. True                        b. False

            8. True or False Chemical changes can not be reversed by physical changes.
               a. True                      b. False


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               a. Chemical Change               b. Physical Change

            9. You cut your hair

           10. Mixing sugar and water
11. Making a peanut, pretzel and cereal mixture

12. Baking soda reacts with vinegar and forms a gas

13. A piece of metal is bent in half

14. Methanol is burned and leaves a residue

15. An aspirin is crushed into fine powder

16. Copper turns green when exposed to the environment

17. Two clear liquids are mixed and a yellow color forms

18. Baking cookies

19. Diamonds are used to scratch glass

20. A tree burns to form ashes

21. A piece of paper is crumpled up

22. Water freezes to form ice

								
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