It’s quiz day! We hope you were paying attention during this week’s segment on how cold-blooded creatures can be used to help determine the temperature.
Watch the lesson here if you missed it
Alright, here we go:
- The relationship between the air temperature and the rate at which crickets chirp is called what?A. Murphy’s Law
B. Dolbear’s Law
C. Law of Thermodynamics
D. Planck’s Law
2. Humans are warm blooded creatures meaning their body temperature stays at what degrees?
A. 96 degrees
B. 97 degrees
C. 98 degrees
D. 99 degrees
3. How many chirps from a cricket per second are used to help determine the temperature outside?
D. None of the above
4. How many crickets did J-Stace the Science Ace eat at the end of class?