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An object's volume is a measure of...
a) how much space it takes up. b) how much stuff it is made of. c) how fast it is moving. d) how much stuff it has in a particular amount of space.
An object's mass is a measure of...
a) how much stuff it is made of. b) how much space it takes up. c) how fast it is moving. d) how much stuff it has in a particular amount of space.
An object's density is a measure of...
a) how much stuff it has in a particular amount of space. b) how much space it takes up. c) how much stuff it is made of. d) how fast it is moving.
In order to find an object's density, we need to know its...
a) mass and volume. b) weight and speed. c) volume and acidity. d) mass and conductivity.
Which equation correctly expresses the relationship between density, mass, and volume?
a) Density = Mass ÷ Volume b) Density = Mass ⨯ Volume c) Mass = Density ÷ Volume d) These properties are not mathematically related.
If an object floats in water, it must be...
a) less dense than water. b) more dense than water. c) less massive than water. d) faster than water.
The buoyancy of an object is its...
a) ability to float in any liquid. b) ability to float in water. c) density. d) weight.
If two different liquids are put in a graduated cylinder, the one with a lower ______________ will end up on top.
a) density. b) mass. c) weight. d) volume.
The buoyancy of an object depends on...
a) the densities of the object and the liquid. b) the volumes of the object and the liquid. c) the masses of the object and the liquid. d) the weights of the object and the liquid.
An object's weight is a measure of...
a) the force of gravity acting on that object. b) its mass. c) its volume. d) its density.
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