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Which of the following is the correct formula to determine density?
a) Mass divided by volume (M/V)
b) Volume divided by mass (V/M)
c) Volume times mass (V x M)
d) Mass times volume (M x V)

If an object has a mass of 3 grams and a volume of 6 milliliters, what will its density be?
a) 2 g/ml
b) 3 g/ml
c) 0.5 g/ml
d) 1 g/ml

If an object has a mass of 2 grams and a volume of 1 milliliter, what will its density be?
a) 4 g/ml
b) 0.5 g/ml
c) 1 g/ml
d) 2 g/ml

Objects A and B have the same mass, but object B is bigger and has more volume. How does the density of object A compare with the density of object B?
a) Object A is less dense than object B because it has more mass
b) Object A is more dense than object B because it has less volume
c) Object A is more dense than object B because it has more volume
d) Object A is less dense than object B because it has less mass

If oil floats on water, what do we know about its density?
a) Oil is more dense than water
b) Oil doesn't have density because it is a liquid
c) Oil and water have the same density
d) Oil is less dense than water

An object has a mass of 5 grams and a volume of 5 milliliters, what will its density be?
a) 5 g/ml
b) 3 g/ml
c) 1 g/ml
d) 0.7 g/ml

You put a can of Coke and a can of Diet Coke into a bowl of water and you notice that the Coke sinks while the Diet Coke floats. How do their densities compare?
a) The Diet Coke is less dense than the Coke
b) The Diet Coke is more dense than the Coke
c) The Diet Coke and Coke have the same densities
d) The Coke is less dense than the Diet Coke

Water has a density of 1 g/ml. Will an object that has a density of 3 g/ml sink or float in water? Why or why not?
a) It will float because it is less dense than water
b) It will float because it is more dense than water
c) It will sink because it is more dense than water
d) It will sink because it is less dense than water

Water has a density of 1 g/ml. Will an object that has a density of 0.8 g/ml sink or float in water? Why or why not?
a) It will float because it is less dense than water
b) It will float because it is more dense than water
c) It will sink because it is more dense than water
d) It will sink because it is less dense than water

Why does ice float on liquid water?
a) Because they are both made of hydrogen and oxygen
b) Because ice is colder than liquid water
c) Because water is less dense than ice
d) Because water is more dense than ice

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