# Density - Part 1 Question Preview (ID: 34345)

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CBA 2 Review For TEKS 6.6B Calculate Density To Identify An Unknown Substance.
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**What is density?**

a) A measure of how much matter an object is made of

b) the amount of space an object takes up

c) a property of matter representing the mass per unit volume

d) anything that has mass and volume

**What is the formula for density?**

a) L x W x H

b) M/V

c) M x V

d) M x A

**What is volume?**

a) a measure of how much matter an object is made of

b) the amount of space an object takes up

c) a property of matter representing the mass per unit volume

d) anything that has mass and volume

**What is mass?**

a) a measure of how much matter an object is made of

b) the amount of space an object takes up

c) a property of matter representing the mass per unit volume

d) anything that has mass and volume

**Kevin has a bolt. It has a mass of 15g and a volume of 3mL. What is the density of the bolt?**

a) 45 g/mL

b) 5 g/mL

c) 0.2 g/mL

d) 12 g/mL

**A rock has a volume of 5 cm cubed and a mass of 14 g. What is the density of the rock?**

a) 0.35 g/cm cubed

b) 2.8 g/cm cubed

c) 70 g/cm cubed

d) 9 g/cm cubed

**Cali's soccer ball has a mass of 36g and a volume of 8 cm cubed. What is the density of the soccer ball?**

a) 0.22 g/cm cubed

b) 28 g/cm cubed

c) 4 g/cm cubed

d) 4.5 g/cm cubed

**If an object has a density greater than 1 g/mL, will it float or sink?**

a) float

b) sink

c)

d)

**If an object has a density less than 1 g/mL, will it float or sink?**

a) float

b) sink

c)

d)

**A block of wood has a volume on 25 cm cubed and a mass of 116.5g. Wha tis the density of the block of wood?**

a) 91.5 g/cm cubed

b) 141.5 g/cm cubed

c) 4.66 g/cm cubed

d) 0.21 g/cm cubed

**Courtney's glasses have a volume of 1.5 mL and a mass of 9g. What is the density of the the glasses.**

a) 0.167 g/mL

b) 6 g/mL

c) 7.5 g/mL

d) 10.5 g/mL

**Carla's pen has a mass of 8.2g and a volume of 4 cm cubed**

a) 2.05 g/cm cubed

b) 0.48 g/cm cubed

c) 4.2 g/cm cubed

d) 12.2 g/cm cubed

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