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What is the proper formula for calculating density?
a) Density = mass/volume b) Density = volume/mass c) Density = mass X volume d)
What is the density of pure water?
a) 1.5 kg/L b) 0.5 kg/L c) 1.0 kg/L d) 10 kg/L
Which of the following substances will float on water?
a) A block with a mass of 5 kg and a volume of 4 L b) A block with a mass of 5 kg and a volume of 6 L c) A block with a mass of 1 kg and a volume of 0.5 L d) A block with a mass of 1L and a volume of 2 kg
What is the density of a rock with a mass of 40 kg and a volume of 2 L
a) 0.8 kg/L b) 80 kg/L c) 20 L/kg d) 20 kg/L
Four blocks have a volume of 10 L. Which of them will have the highest density?
a) Block A with a mass of 50 kg b) Block B with a mass of 5 kg c) Block C with a mass of 10 kg d) Block D with a mass of 1 kg
When we add the following four liquids to a beaker, what order will the layers be in? Liquid A density = 1.0 kg/L; Liquid B density = 0.5 kg/L; Liquid C density = 1.5 kg/L; Liquid D density = 0.3 kg/L
a) ABCD b) BADC c) CABD d) DACB
What will be the mass of rock with a density of 10 kg/L and a volume of 2 L?
a) 5 kg b) 12 kg c) 0.2 kg d) 20 kg
Which of the following is the least dense?
a) 1 ton of iron b) 5 pounds of iron c) 1/2 pound of iron d) none, they all have the same density
Which of the following is true?
a) An object with a mass larger than its' volume will float in water b) An object with a mass smaller than its' volume will sink in water c) An object with a mass smaller than its' volume will float in water d) An object with a mass larger than its' volume will sink in water
Which of the following is true?
a) density is a ratio of mass to volume b) density can be calculated c) rocks sink because they are heavy for their size d) all of the above are true
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