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The density of water is 1g/mL. The density of the object is 8g/mL. Will the object sink or float?
a) Sink
b) Float
c)
d)

Object A has a density of 4g/mL, Object B has a density of 7g/mL, and Object C has a density of 2g/mL. Which object is more dense?
a) Object B
b) Object A
c) Object C
d)

Many metals are gasses
a) False
b) True
c)
d)

What type of element would be good for making jewelry?
a) Metals
b) Nonmetals
c) Metalloids
d)

An object has a mass of 100g and a volume of 10cm3. What is the object's density?
a) 10g/cm3
b) 100g/cm3
c) 1000g/cm3
d) .1g/cm3

Metalloids are
a) Touching the staircase line
b) On the right side of the staircase line
c) On the left side of the staircase line
d)

Nonmetals are on the
a) Right side of the staircase line
b) Left side of the staircase line
c) Touching the staircase line
d)

Metals are on the
a) Left side of the staircase line
b) Right side of the staircase line
c) Touching the staircase line
d)

Nonmetals are malleable
a) False
b) True
c)
d)

Nonmetals are dull, nonshiny luster
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

Metals are good conductors of electricity
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

What is the density of an object with a mass of 27g and a volume of 3mL?
a) 9g/mL
b) 3g/mL
c) 5g/mL
d) 7g/mL

The density of water is 1 g/ml. An object's density is .82 g/ml. Will the object sink or float in water?
a) Float
b) Sink
c)
d)

Metalloids are
a) Hard, shiny, malleable, ductile, left of staircase line
b) Brittle, dull, nonmalleable, ductile, right of staircase line
c) Share properties of both, touching staircase line
d)

Metals are
a) Hard, shiny, malleable, ductile, left of stair case line
b) Brittle, dull, nonmalleable, ductile, right of staircase line
c) Has properties of both, touching stair case line
d)

Nonmetals are
a) Brittle, dull, nonmalleable, ductile, right side of stair case line
b) Hard, shiny, malleable, ductile, left side of staircase line
c) Has properties of both, touching staircase line
d)

What does malleable mean?
a) Able to be hammered into a thin sheet
b) Able to be pulled into a thin wire
c) How shiny an object is
d) Ability to eat away metal

What does ductile mean?
a) Able to be pulled into a thin wire
b) Able to be hammered into a thin sheet
c) How shiny an object is
d) Able to eat away metal

Nonmetals are poor conductors
a) True
b) False
c)
d)

How do I read the volume of the object in a graduated cylinder?
a) Read the starting level, drop the object in, read the new higher level, then SUBTRACT the two
b) Read the starting level, drop the object in, read the new higher level, then ADD the two
c) Drop the object in, and read the new volume
d) Only take the volume without the object

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