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Matter with a density that is less than water will ____________________.
a) sink b) float c) d)
What is the density of an object the has a mass of 35g and a volume of 15 mL
a) 2 g/cm3 b) 70 g/cm3 c) 0.0000023 g/cm3 d) 2.3 g/cm3
Property is
a) an instrument used to measure mass b) curved surface of a liquid c) measurement of how hard gravity pulls on you d) a characteristic that helps you identify an object
Weight is
a) how hard gravity pulls on you b) curved surface of liquid c) measures how tightly packed matter is in an object d) instrument used to measure mass
Meniscus is
a) instrument used to measure mass b) curved surface of liquid c) measures how tightly packed matter is in an object d) a characteristic that helps you identify an object
Density is
a) measures how tightly packed matter is in an object b) a characteristic that helps you identify an object c) measurement of how hard gravity pulls on you d) curved surface of liquid
Balance
a) a characteristic that helps you identify an object b) curved surface of liquid c) measures how tightly packed matter is in an object d) instrument used to measure mass
What is the equation for finding density?
a) cm X cm X cm b) Mass X Volume c) width X height d) mass / Volume
A bar of gold has the denisty of 19.3 g/cm3, if you cut the bar in half what is the density of the bar be now?
a) the same, 19.3 g/cm3 b) The bar would lose all of its density c) doubled, 38.6 d) half, 9.65
What is the density of water?
a) .001 g/cm3 b) 45.3 g/cm3 c) 1.0 g/cm3 d) 11.0 g/cm3
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