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How do salt particles arrange themselves and what do they form?
a) All of these!
b) They all form crystals
c) They arrange themselves in a geometric pattern.
d) They are held together by opposite charges

How do buoyancy and density relate to each other?
a) They do not relate to each other
b) Whether a certain material floats in a liquid depends of the densities of both the liquid and the material.
c) Whether a certain material floats in a liquid depends only on the density of the liquid.
d) Whether a certain material floats in a liquid depends only on the density of the material.

How many elements are the the formula NaCl?
a) 1
b) 2
c) 3
d) 4

Does the density change if I have different amounts of silver?
a) Yes, they are different amounts so they weigh different amounts (mass)
b) Yes, they are different amounts so they take up different amounts of space (volume)
c) No, the density of silver is always the same no matter how heavy it is (mass) or how much space it takes up(volume)!
d) I have no idea!

Which is a physical property of a metal?
a) shiny
b) bendable
c) conducts heat
d) all of these

What is the formula for density?
a) D= m x v
b) D = m/v or D = m divided by v
c) D = m - v
d) D = m + v

If the mass of an object is 15 and the volume is 3, what is its density?
a) 15 x 3 = 45
b) 15 +3 = 18
c) 15 - 3 = 12
d) 15 divided by 3 = 5

A positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom is called
a) a proton
b) a neutron
c) an electron
d) a compound

A particle with no electrical charge in the nucleus of an atom is called
a) a proton
b) a neutron
c) an electron
d) a compound

The basic building block of matter which cannot be separated by chemical means is called
a) an atom
b) a compound
c) an element
d) a proton

A negatively charged particle moving around the nucleus of an atom
a) proton
b) neutron
c) electron
d) a compound

A substance made of a combination of two or more elements held together by chemical bonds that cannot be separated by physical means is called
a) an atom
b) a compound
c) an electron
d) a proton

The smallest part of an element that has all of the properties of that element is called
a) an atom
b) a compound
c) an electron
d) a proton

How are elements in the periodic table arranged?
a) The elements in each column have similar chemical properties.
b) The elements in each row are arranged by the number of protons.
c) You can predict the properties of the element if you know its column.
d) All of these

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