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**What is the density of an object that has a mass of 25g and a volume of 5mL**

a) 30 g/mL

b) 5 g/mL

c) 20 g/mL

d) 125 g/mL

**What is the formula for finding volume?**

a) length x width x height

b) length x width

c) length x height

d) height x width

**What is the formula for finding density?**

a) volume ÷ mass

b) mass ÷ height

c) mass ÷ volume

d) volume ÷ height

**Which axis does the independent variable go on?**

a) W axis

b) X Axis

c) Y Axis

d) Z Axis

**Which axis does the dependent variable go on?**

a) W Axis

b) X Axis

c) Y Axis

d) Z Axis

**What does a graduated cylinder measure?**

a) volume

b) length

c) weight

d) mass

**Which of the following is not a metric unit of measurement?**

a) meter

b) liter

c) gram

d) inch

**A graduated cylinder is filled with 30mL of water and then a rock is added to the cylinder. What property of the rock can be determined by this process?**

a) mass

b) density

c) volume

d) hardness

**If an object is pushed to the bottom of a tank of water and floats back up to the top, what can you conclude about the object?**

a) The object's density is more than the density of the water

b) The object's density is less than the density of the water

c) The object's mass is the same as the water's mass

d) The object's mass is more than the mass of the water

**A student divides several boxes into two groups, based on whether or not each box can float in water. What property is the student using to classify the boxes?**

a) weight

b) density

c) conductivity

d) mass

**A mystery object has a mass of 30g and a volume of 20 cm3. What is it's density?**

a) 15.00 g/cm3

b) .32 g/cm3

c) 3.2 g/cm3

d) 1.5 g/cm3

**What is water's melting point?**

a) 0 degrees C

b) 32 degrees C

c) 100 degrees C

d) 212 degrees C

**At which temperature will water change froma liquid to a solid?**

a) 0 degrees C

b) 32 degrees C

c) 100 degrees C

d) 212 degrees C

**What is water's boiling point?**

a) 0 degrees C

b) 32 degrees C

c) 100 degrees C

d) 212 degrees C

**What is a dependent variable?**

a) the factor that is measured and changes

b) the factor that is kept constant

c) the summary of the evidence reached by experimentation

d) the factor that is changed to affect the outcome of the investigation

**What is the controlled variable?**

a) the factor that is measured and changes

b) the factor that is kept constant

c) the summary of the evidence reached by experimentation

d) the factor that is changed to affect the outcome of the investigation

**What is an independent variable?**

a) the factor that is measured and changes

b) the factor that is kept constant

c) the summary of the evidence reached by experimentation

d) the factor that is changed to affect the outcome of the investigation

**Which list shows the objects from least to greatest density?**

a) feather, rocks, ice

b) feather, ice, rocks

c) ice, feather, rocks

d) rocks, ice, feather

**If a rock has a mass of 12 grams and a volume of 4ml, what is the density of the object?**

a) 3g/mL

b) 4g/mL

c) 12g/mL

d) 2 /mL

**Which of the following is not a physical property?**

a) Color

b) Shape

c) Flammability

d) Density

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