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Density is calculated by dividing the ______________ by the _______________.
a) volume, area
b) mass, weight
c) volume, mass
d) mass, volume

Which of the following can be defined as the amount of matter contained in an object?
a) mass
b) weight
c) density
d) volume

Which of the following is an example of a physical property?
a) rusting
b) density
c) toxicity
d) flammability

Which of the following is a characteristic of matter you can detect with just your sense?
a) physical property
b) mass
c) chemical property
d) density

A diamond has a density of 3.5 g/cm3. What is the mass of a diamond with a volume of 0.3 cm3?
a) 11 g
b) 1.2 g
c) 1.05 g
d) 0.086 g

Bone has a density of 1.8 g/cm3. What mass of bone is required for a bone graft involving 6.0 cm3 of bone tissue?
a) 0.3 g
b) 3.3g
c) 4.2g
d) 10.8 g

If a piece of copper has a density of 13.29 g/cm3 and a volume of 25 cm, what is the mass of the liquid?
a) 325 g
b) 1.88g
c) 0.5316 g
d) 332.25 g

Which of the following is always true when a substance undergoes a physical change?
a) the composition changes
b) a change in color occurs
c) no new substance is formed
d) its specific gravity remains the same

If 1.3 grams of air has a volume of 1000 cm3, what is the density of air?
a) 1300 g/cm3
b) 1001.3 gcm3
c) 769.23 g/cm3
d) 0.0013 g/cm3

Which of the following is an example of an irreversible physical change?
a) boiling soup
b) burning wood
c) melting ice
d) cutting an apple

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