Could You Help A 6th Grader With Their Science Homework?

Do you think you're smart enough to help a 6th grader with their science homework? It's time to find out just how deep your science knowledge really goes! Ready? Start the quiz!
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What does Newton's first law of motion state?
Matter is neither created nor destroyed.
A body in motion stays in motion or a body at rest stays at rest, unless a force acts upon it.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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An empty cup resting on a counter has which type of energy?
Potential energy
Kinetic energy
Chemical energy
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Wind, water, geothermal solar and biomass are what types of energy sources?
Alternative
Carbon friendly
Fossil fuels
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Which organ stores and secretes bile into the small intestine?
Gall bladder
Stomach
Kidney
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What is another name for water power?
Water energy
Hydropower
Wave power
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Renewable resources are resources that can be replaced by natural resources in a period less than _______ years.
50
100
200
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When you shorten the length of a guitar string, what happens to the vibration or pitch?
It gets louder
It gets lower
It gets higher
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A large ocean wave that may be caused by earthquakes is called what?
Waterspout
Tsunami
Hurricane
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Question 9/10

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Which of the following is a microorganism?
Bacteria
Seaweed
Mosquitos
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Question 10/10

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Microorganisms can help make food. Which of these foods do they help to make?
Chocolate
Bread
Potato chips
Result
Based on the results of this quiz, you couldn't help a 6th grader with their science homework just yet! Like so many of us, you don't really remember a thing you learned in science back in grade school. Don't worry, life is busy, there's no failure in trying!

C+, Science Quiz Flop

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Based on the results of this quiz you could totally help a sixth grader with their science homework! Unlike so many Americans, you've held onto the science knowledge you accrued back in grade school. Go ahead and brag a little, you're pretty rare!

B+, Sixth Grade Science Super

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Based on the results of this quiz, you're a sixth grade science whiz! It's obvious that you know sixth grade science like only a true science buff can. Not only could you help a 6th grader with their homework, but you could probably finish it from beginning to end. Go you!

A+, Sixth Grade Science Whiz

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1
What does Newton's first law of motion state?
Matter is neither created nor destroyed.
A body in motion stays in motion or a body at rest stays at rest, unless a force acts upon it.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
2
An empty cup resting on a counter has which type of energy?
Potential energy
Kinetic energy
Chemical energy
3
Wind, water, geothermal solar and biomass are what types of energy sources?
Alternative
Carbon friendly
Fossil fuels
4
Which organ stores and secretes bile into the small intestine?
Gall bladder
Stomach
Kidney
5
What is another name for water power?
Water energy
Hydropower
Wave power
6
Renewable resources are resources that can be replaced by natural resources in a period less than _______ years.
50
100
200
7
When you shorten the length of a guitar string, what happens to the vibration or pitch?
It gets louder
It gets lower
It gets higher
8
A large ocean wave that may be caused by earthquakes is called what?
Waterspout
Tsunami
Hurricane
9
Which of the following is a microorganism?
Bacteria
Seaweed
Mosquitos
10
Microorganisms can help make food. Which of these foods do they help to make?
Chocolate
Bread
Potato chips