 Density
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• Question 1
60 seconds
Q. Jack has a rock. The rock has a mass of 14g and a volume of 2cm3. What is the density of the rock?
7 mL
7 g/cm3
28 g/cm3
1/7 g/cm3
• Question 2
60 seconds
Q. If an object has a density of 3.6 g/mL and you put it into water, will it sink or float?
sink
float
• Question 3
60 seconds Q. Which liquid is the least dense?
oil
water
syrup
plastic bottle
• Question 4
120 seconds Q. What is the volume of Object X?
10.0 cm3
15.0 cm3
20.0 cm3
25.0 cm3
• Question 5
120 seconds
Q. An empty beaker has a mass of 60 grams.  When mercury is added to the graduated cylinder, it has a mass of 200 grams. What is the mass of the mercury?
140 grams
200 grams
140 mL
260 g
• Question 6
120 seconds Q. The density of this material is 2 g/cm3.
There are 24 cm3  Find the total mass.
12 grams
48 grams
12 g/cm3
48 g/cm3
• Question 7
120 seconds Q. Find the volume of this piece of brass.
50 g
10 cm
6 cm3
12 cm3
• Question 8
120 seconds Q. What is the volume of the fish?
18.0 cm3
6.0 cm
38.0 cm3
• Question 9
60 seconds Q. Which box has a higher density?
Box A
Box B
cannot be determined
they are the same
• Question 10
60 seconds Q. Which liquid is the most dense?
oil
water
syrup
plastic bottle
• Question 11
60 seconds
Q. Frank has a paper clip. It has a mass of 9g and a volume of 3cm3. What is its density?
3 g/cm3
1/3 g/cm3
27 g/cm3
39 g/cm3
• Question 12
60 seconds Q. Why do the liquids form different layers?
They have different densities.
They have different masses.
They have different volumes.
They are different temperatures.
• Question 13
60 seconds Q. What do we know about the density of lamp oil, rubbing alcohol, and vegetable oil?
The density is greater than 1.0 g/mL
The density is less than 1.0 g/mL
The density is equal to 1.0 g/mL
The density can not be determined
• Question 14
120 seconds Q. Here are 5 cubic centimeters (cm3). All together they have a mass of 20 g. What is the density?
20 g/cm3
80 grams
4 g/cm3
80 g/cm3
• Question 15
120 seconds
Q. Find the density of a 2 cm x 2 cm x 2 cm cube with a mass of 64 g.
6 cm3
12 g/cm3
128 g/cm3
8  g/cm3
• Question 16
60 seconds Q. I have two objects with the same volume but different masses.  Which object will be more dense?
The object with less weight.
The object with more weight.
The object with more mass.
The object with less mass.
• Question 17
30 seconds
Q. What is the formula for density?