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Jul 26th, 2015
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Read this excerpt from A Black Hole is NOT a Hole.

In outer space, mysterious entities called black holes seem up to no good.

From the headlines, you'd think black holes were beasts with endless appetites, lying in wait for the next meal. By some reports they are "runaway," out-of-control "predators" that "feed" on galaxies, only to "belch" and "spit out" what they don't eat. They "lurk" in the shadows, "mangling" stars and "gobbling" them up. In short, they have a nasty reputation for being monsters "gone mad."

In this introduction, the author makes it clear that she is writing for

Read the excerpt from a science text.

Have you ever wondered about the differences between salt water and freshwater? Our team set out to learn about them. We began by performing an experiment to see which type of water was heavier.

This excerpt is most likely to be found in which part of the science text?

Read the excerpt from a science text.

We found that the salt water and the colored fresh water stayed separated, even after the paper barrier was removed. The salt water remained in the bottom of the glass with the fresh water on top.

This excerpt is most likely to be found in which part of the science text?

The results in a science text

Read the introduction from a geology book.

Metamorphic rocks are rocks which have changed from one type to another. For example, slate is a metamorphic rock made by clay. Scientists believe that heat and pressure are two important elements in changing rocks. The following experiment with aluminum foil will help prove this theory.

Which is the hypothesis found in this introduction?

Which is the most credible source to use when writing about the latest developments in robotics?

Read the introduction from a children’s science magazine.

Have you ever looked at a spray of water and seen a rainbow? What makes rainbows? How does white light change to show so many colors? In this article, we will demonstrate how rainbows are made. We will also explore the characteristics of light.

What is the purpose of this article?

Read the excerpt from a science text.

In our experiment, we filled two identical glasses with water. To one glass, we added two tablespoons of salt and stirred. To the other glass, we added four drops of food coloring and stirred.

This excerpt is most likely to be found in which part of the scientific text?

Which can be evaluated to decide if a scientific text is accurate?

Read the excerpt from a science text.

This proves that salt water is heavier than fresh water. The salt causes water molecules to pull closer together, which makes the water more dense.

This excerpt is most likely to be found in which part of the science text?

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