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A liquid has a mass of 40 grams and a volume of 20 mL. What is its density? |
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a) 10 g/mL | b) 4 g/mL | c) 2 g/mL | d) 20 g/mL | |

A rectangular object has a mass of 63, a length of 1 cm, a width of 7 cm, and a height of 3 cm. What is its volume? What is its density? |
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a) Volume = 7, Density = 35 | b) Volume = 21, Density = 3 | c) Volume = 64, Density = .25 | d) Volume = 20, Density = 2 | |

A rectangular object's mass is 16 grams, a length of 4 cm, a width of 4 cm, and a height 4 cm. What is the box's volume and density? |
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a) Volume = 21, Density = 3 | b) Volume = 30, Density = .33 | c) Volume = 64, Density = .25 | d) Volume = 20, Density = 2 | |

An object has a mass of 35 grams and a volume of 7 cm cubed. What is its density? |
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a) 5 g/cm cubed | b) 7 g/cm cubed | c) 1 g/cm cubed | d) 35 g/cm cubed | |

The amount of matter in a certain amount of space is called its ________________. |
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a) mass | b) volume | c) density | d) area | |

An object with a density greater than 1 g/mL will _______________ in water. |
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a) float | b) suspend | c) sink | d) | |

An object with a density less than 1 g/mL will ______________ in water. |
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a) float | b) suspend | c) sink | d) | |

The amount of matter in an object is the __________. |
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a) volume | b) mass | c) density | d) area | |

The unit we use to label mass is _________________. |
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a) mL | b) cm cubed | c) km | d) grams | |

How do you find the volume of a rectangular object? |
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a) Mass/Volume | b) Length x Width x Height | c) Mass x Volume | d) Length x Width | |

When finding the volume of an irregular object you fill a graduated cylinder with water and record the total mL. Then you drop the object in and record the total mL. What is the last step? |
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a) Add the first mL measure and the second mL measure together. | b) Divide the second mL measure by the first mL measure. | c) Multiply the two measures together. | d) Subtract the first mL measure from the second mL measure. | |

What tool do we use for finding liquid volume? |
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a) graduated cylinder | b) calculator | c) scale | d) triple beam balance | |

What is the formula for density? |
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a) length x width x height | b) volume x mass | c) mass/volume | d) Before - After | |

The tool we use to measure mass is.... |
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a) graduated cylinder | b) calculator | c) scale | d) triple beam balance | |

Matter is... |
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a) anything that has mass and takes up space. | b) anything that has volume. | c) anything that has mass. | d) anything with energy. | |

The units for volume are... |
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a) km and cm | b) grams and cm cubed | c) cm cubed and mL | d) mL and grams | |

An objects mass is 10 grams. You drop it into a graduated cylinder with 55 mL of water in it. The water rises to 85 mL. What is the object's volume and density? |
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a) Volume = 21, Density = 3 | b) Volume = 20, Density = 2 | c) Volume = 64, Density = .25 | d) Volume = 30, Density = .33 | |

An object has a mass of 10 grams. You drop it into a graduated cylinder with 30 mL of water in it. The water rises to 50 mL. What is the object's volume and density? |
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a) Volume = 20, Density = .5 | b) Volume = 21, Density = 3 | c) Volume = 64, Density = .25 | d) Volume = 20, Density = 2 | |

The density of water is ________ g/mL. |
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a) 10 g/mL | b) 1/2 g/mL | c) 1 g/mL | d) 5 g/mL | |

Which object would be the most dense? |
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a) helium | b) toothpaste | c) gold | d) water | |

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