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Density is
a) the amount of matter in an object. b) the amount of matter in a certain amount of space. c) the force of gravity on an object. d) the amount of space in an object.
The formula for density is
a) d = l x w x h b) d = Vf - Vi c) d = m x v d) d = m/v
One tool that is NOT used to measure for density is
a) metric ruler. b) triple beam balance. c) thermometer. d) graduated cylinder.
The label for solid density is
a) g/cm3 b) g/cm c) g/mL d) g/mL3
If an object is cut in half, its density will
a) increase. b) decrease. c) become zero. d) remain the same.
Density determines whether an object will
a) melt or freeze. b) sink or float. c) push or pull. d) become a solid or a gas.
The density of water is
a) 1.0 g/cm3 b) 10.0 g/cm3 c) 0.1 g/cm3 d) 0.01 g/cm3
When an objects density is the same as 1.0 g/cm3, the object will
a) sink. b) float. c) be neutrally buoyant. d) bounce really high.
When an object is heated, its density will
a) increase. b) decrease. c) remain the same. d) all of the above.
When an object is squeezed together (increase in pressure), its density will
a) increase. b) decrease. c) remain the same. d) all of the above.
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