Matter Worksheet Pages 21-26 1 Define matter. Give 2 examples of something that is matter and 2 examples of something that is not matter 2 What are: a. Properties? b. Qualitative Properties? (page 10) c. Quantitative Properties? (page 10) 3 Give 3 qualitative and 3 quantitative properties of an oreo cookie. 4 Classify each of the following mixtures as either a mechanical mixture, suspension or a solution or pure substances as either a compound or an element. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Mud puddle Paint Apple juice Pure water Strawberry jam Copper wire Yogurt Italian salad dressing Oxygen Carbon dioxide 5 What is the difference between a physical change and a chemical change? Give 2 original examples of each. 6 Suggest 5 clues you might use to decide whether a change is physical or chemical. 7 Identify which of the following changes are physical or chemical and explain why you made your choice. a. Cutting grass b. Fireworks exploding c. Boiling water d. Frying an egg 8 In figure 2.7 on page 27 you can see both a physical and a chemical taking place when the candle is burning. Identify each.