# Sixth Grade Science Practice!!: Question Preview (ID: 11013)

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What does MALLEABLE mean?
a) Hammered into sheets.
b) Shiny, metallic, dull.
c) A trail a mineral leaves.
d) Drawn into wire.

What does DUCTILE mean?
a) Hammered into sheets.
b) Shiny, metallic, dull.
c) A trail a mineral leaves.
d) Drawn into wire.

What does HARDNESS mean?
a) The trail minerals leave.
b) How easily it can be smashed.
c) The color of the mineral.
d) How a mineral can be scratched.

What are three properties of metals?
a) malleable, ductile, luster
b) gold, silver, iron
c) both malleable and ductile, either shiny or dull, high or low melting point
d) non-malleable, non-ductile, dull

What are three properties of non-metals?
a) high melting point, good conductors of electricity, malleable
b) usually gases, poor conductors of electricity, low melting point
c) both malleable and ductile, either shiny or dull, high or low melting point
d) low melting point, poor conductors of electricity, usually gases

Calculate the density: M = 130 g V = 10 g/cm3
a) 13
b) 3
c) 12
d) 11

Calculate the density: M = 77 g V = 11 g/cm3
a) 6
b) 7
c) 8
d) 9

Calculate the following: M = 500 D = 5 g/cm3 V = ?
a) 103 g
b) 100 g
c) 100 cm3
d) 104 cm3

Calculate the following: M = ? V = 19 cm3 D = 5 cm3
a) 78 g
b) 95 g
c) 86 g
d) 106 g

What is the defintion of the Law of Conservation of Mass?
a) Anything with mass that takes up space.
b) Anythin with matter.
c) Mass cannot be created nor destroyed.
d) Mass divided by volume.

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