Matter Part 1 Question Preview (ID: 819)

Physical Properties Of Matter Chemical Properties Of Matter Measuring Matter States Of Matter. TEACHERS: click here for quick copy question ID numbers.

The ability of oxygen to combine with hydrogen
a) Physical Property
b) Chemical Property

Density equals
a) mass times volume
b) volume divided by mass
c) mass divided by volume
d) volume times mass

Volume is measured in
a) g/cm
b) cm3 or mL
c) kg
d) feet

A grape is 15 g, round, smooth and purple. This is an example of a ____property
a) Physical
b) Chemical

Molecules can move freely and fill whatever container they are put into.
a) solid
b) liquid
c) gas
d) plasma

The height of the Mentos fountain was an example of a ______variable.
a) hypothesis
b) controlled/constant
c) dependent/responding
d) manipulated/independent

Mrs. P enters the room carrying an umbrella. You think it must be raining outside. This is an example of a (n)
a) Observation
b) Inference
c) Conclusion
d) Data

If an object is more dense than water it will______
a) float
b) suspend (hang in the middle)
c) sink

A science textbook has a volume of 5 cubic cm and a mass of 15 kg. What is it's density?
a) 3 cm3/kg
b) .33 kg/cm
c) 75 kg/cm
d) 3 kg/cm3

To change a solid to a liquid, you need to _____
a) shake it hard
b) take energy away
c) use a hammer
d) add energy

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