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If an object is floating in the water, then...
a) its volume and mass must be the same
b) it must be more dense than the water
c) its volume must be greater than its mass
d) its mass must be greater than its volume

An object's density tells us...
a) how heavy an object is
b) how much space the object takes up
c) how much mass an object has
d) whether an object will float or sink

When an objects mass is greater than it's volume, it will
a) sink
b) float
c) tip over
d) fly

A student has two solid samples of the same substance. Which property do the substances most likely have in common?
a) density
b) mass
c) shape
d) volume

A solid object has sunk to the bottom of a beaker. Which of the following must be true about the liquid and the object in the beaker?
a) the liquid is denser than the object
b) the object is denser than the liquid
c) the object has more mass than the liquid
d) the liquid has more mass than the object

Why does an iceberg float instead of sinking to the bottom of the ocean?
a) the water is more dense than the ice
b) the ice weighs less than the water
c) the ice has a greater salt concentration than the water
d) the water has currents that force the ice upward

Which difference between water and ice results in ice floating on cold water?
a) heat
b) shape
c) density
d) volume

Which of the following is a physical property of iron?
a) it rusts in the rain
b) it forms a compound with sulfur
c) it has a large mass per unit of volume
d) it does not change when in contact with argon

Two samples of gold must have the same
a) mass
b) volume
c) length
d) density

A group of students is conducting a density experiment with two blocks. Block 1 has more mass and less volume than Block 2. Based on this information, the student can correctly conclude that ...
a) both blocks have densities less than the water’s density
b) both blocks have densities greater than the water’s density
c) block 1 has a higher density than Block 2
d) block 1 has a lower density than Block 2

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