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Density equals
a) mass divided by volume b) volume divided by mass c) mass multiplied by volume d) volume multiplied by mass
As mass increases
a) volume remains the same b) volume also increases c) volume decreases d) volume varies inversely
The changeable factor in an experiment is the
a) conclusion b) measurement c) constant d) variable
The prediction about a problem that can be tested is the
a) conclusion b) variable c) hypothesis d) constant
Constants are
a) factors that change b) factors that stay the same c) factors that can change over time d) factors that sometimes change
To become a scientific theory it must
a) undergo at least three tests b) be well tested and widely accepted c) be tested by three experts in the field d) only be accepted by several scientists
Water is
a) is the most dense as a solid b) is the most dense as a gas c) has the same density as a solid, liquid and gas d) is the most dense as a liquid
We determine the volume of a solid object by
a) the water displacement method b) melting the solid object c) freezing the solid object d) using a balance
As pressure increases
a) density decreases b) density remains the same c) density increases d) density can either increase or decrease
As the size of a specific substance changes, what happens to its density?
a) its density can either increase or decrease b) its density increases c) its density remains the same d) its density decreases
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