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A gas has
a) mass, volume, and state
b) volume only.
c) mass only.
d) mass and definate shape.

How is density of an object calculated?
a) divide its state by its area
b) multiply its mass by its matter
c) divide its volume by its state.
d) divide its mass by its volume.

Matter can be defined as
a) millions of atoms of the same element.
b) made up of hydrogen and carbon.
c) anything that has mass and takes up space.
d) only visible materials.

Buoyancy is the property of matter that can be defined as
a) being able to dissolve into liquids.
b) the ability to conduct heat or electricity.
c) the upward force of a liquid or gas.
d) whether or not light can pass through it.

What does weight measure?
a) the pull of gravity between an object and a planet.
b) the force of the pull between objects.
c) the level of an object's buoyancy
d) the density of an object's volume.

The number of units that fit from one end of an object to the other determine its
a) density
b) area
c) state
d) length

Which of these best describes the physical properties of matter?
a) All the matter has density and volume.
b) Most matter has mass, state, and area.
c) All matter has mass, volume, and state.
d) Most matter has volume and form.

The number of cubes that fit inside an object determines its
a) mass.
b) area.
c) density.
d) volume

Particles that can be classified by their properties make up
a) elements.
b) matter.
c) atoms.
d) mass.

Which of the following is the most dense?
a) water
b) sand
c) cork
d) oil

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