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A polar molecule has
a) one positive end and one negative end b) two positive ends c) one positive end d) two negative ends
A water molecule has one hydrogen atom.
a) False b) True c) x d) x
In our lab about the Density of Liquids, which of the following was true?
a) they all had the same volume but different masses b) they all had the same mass but different volumes c) Oil was the most dense liquid d) Alcohol was the most dense
Explain why the food coloring droplets didnt mix with the oil in the video.
a) the oil is nonpolar so the food coloring would not mix and kept it's droplet form b) the food coloring mixed with the water but not the oil c) the food coloring traveled through the oil and sank to the bottom of the water because it is more dense d) x
Why does water have unique properties?
a) because it has lopsided positive and negative ends b) because it contains oxygen c) because it is really important for our bodies d) x
What is the formula for calculating density?
a) Mass divided by Volume---- m / V b) Volume multiplied by mass----- V x m c) Mass subtracted by Volume---- m - V d) Volume divided by mass----- V / m
If the mass of an object is 10 and the volume is 5, what is the density?
a) 2 b) 5 c) 15 d) 50
Water will freeze at 70 F.
a) False b) True c) x d) x
A ball has a density of 3 and water has a density of 1. That means that the ball will sink.
a) True b) False c) x d) x
Water has a density of
a) 1 g/cm b) 0 g/cm c) -1 g/cm d) 2 g/cm
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