8R Density Review
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• Question 1
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Q. An object with which of the following densities will float on water?
0.7 g/cm3
1.2 g/cm3
3.5 g/cm3
11.4 g/cm3
• Question 2
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Q. A block has a mass of 54g and a volume of 20cm3.  What is the density of the block?
74 g/cm3
1080 g/cm3
34 g/cm3
2.7 g/cm3
• Question 3
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Q. A can of Coke will sink in a bowl of water.  A can of Diet Coke will float in a bowl of water.  What does this tell you about the density of the Diet Coke?
it is bigger than 1
it is smaller than 1
it is equal to 1
it is equal to -1
• Question 4
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Q. Why do ice cubes float in a  glass of water?
the ice cubes are more dense than the water
the water is more dense than the ice cubes
the water is more dense than the glass
the ice is more dense than the glass
• Question 5
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Q. Veal finds a gold colored rock in a river.  It has a mass of 9.65 grams and a volume of 0.5 cm3.  What is the density of the rock?
10.15 g/cm3
19.3 g/cm3
9.15 g/cm3
4.825 g/cm3
• Question 6
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Q. Which property of matter is determined by dividing its mass by its volume?
elasticity
buoyancy
density
viscosity
• Question 7
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Q. The following liquids are poured together in a beaker: alcohol (density=0.79), corn syrup (density=1.38), water (density=1.0), and cooking oil (density=0.93).  Which of these liquids will sink to the bottom of the beaker?
alcohol
corn syrup
water
cooking oil
• Question 8
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Q. Will an object with a density of 1.01 g/cm3 float or sink?
float
sink
• Question 9
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Q. Mercury is a metal that is liquid at room temperature and has a density of 13.5 g/cm3.  Which of these metals would sink below the mercury if dropped into a container of mercury?
gold (density=19.3 g/cm3)
iron (density=7.9g/cm3)
aluminum (density=2.7g/cm3)
• Question 10
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Q. A brick sinks in water while a wooden block of the same size floats.  This is because the brick has a
lower volume than the wooden block
lower density than the wooden block
higher volume than the wooden block
higher density than the wooden block
• Question 11
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Q. What is the density of a liquid that has a mass of 27g and a volume of 30ml?
0.9 g/ml
3 g/ml
57 g/ml
810 g/ml
• Question 12
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Q. Will an object with a density of 0.999 sink or float in water?
sink
float
• Question 13
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Q. A scientist has four different liquids and pours them all into a bottle.  The silver liquid sinks to the bottom, the red liquid settles on top of the silver one, and the pink liquid stays at the surface. Which liquid has the smallest density?
the pink liquid
the silver liquid
the red liquid
the water
• Question 14
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Q. What is the density of water?
0 g/ml
1 g/ml
10 g/ml
100 g/ml
• Question 15
30 seconds
Q. What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 30g and a volume of 6 liters?
24 g/l
5 g/l
36 g/l
180 g/l
• Question 16
30 seconds
Q. Why do some substances float on water?
they are warmer than water
they are cooler than water
they are more dense than water
they are less dense than water
• Question 17
30 seconds
Q. A piece of copper has a mass of 89g and a volume of 10 cm3.  What would be the density of the copper?
0.89 g/cm3
89 g/cm3
8.9 g/cm3
890 g/cm3
• Question 18
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Q. Which of these would be correct to put at the end of a density answer?
g/cm
cm3
g/ml
g/lb
• Question 19
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Q. Helium balloons rise on earth because
helium is less dense than air
helium is more dense than air
helium is cooler than air
helium is warmer than air
• Question 20
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Q. The density of Mr Zinke can be measured using which of these quantities?
mass and weight
mass and volume
height and weight
length and volume
• Question 21
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Q. What would you use to measure the mass and volume of an object?
Meter Stick & Electronic Balance
Triple Beam Balance & Graduated Cylinder
Triple Beam Balance & Meter Stick
• Question 22
30 seconds
Q. What are the units for mass, volume, and density?
grams, milliliters, mL/g
centimeters cubed, milliliters, mL/g
grams, milliliters, g/mL
liters, grams, centimeters cubed
• Question 23
30 seconds
Q. Find the density of the diamond in the picture
0.285 g/cm3
3.5 cm3/g
1 g/cm3
3.5 g/cm3
• Question 24
30 seconds
Q. What is the formula for volume?
V = Mass / Density
V = Density / Mass
V = Volume / Mass
V = Density / Mass
• Question 25
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Q. What is the formula for Mass?
Mass = Density x Volume
Mass = Density / Volume
Mass = Volume / Density
Mass = Length times width times height
• Question 26
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Q.

When is an object besides water usually the most dense?

Solid

Liquid

Gas

• Question 27
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Q.

Weight is the

amount of atoms in an object

the pull of gravity on an object

the amount of space an object takes up

• Question 28
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Q.

Using a graduated cylinder to get the volume of an irregular object using water is called

Volume method

water displacement method

scientific method

• Question 29
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Q.

Why do you weigh less on the moon?

It is larger than the Earth

It has more gravitational pull

The moon is smaller than the Earth

You are closer to the Sun.

• Question 30
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Q.

Which axis should the responding "Dependent" variable go on?

X-Axis

Y-Axis

Z-Axis

• Question 31
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Q.

Name this relationship

Direct

Inverse

Cyclic

Constant

• Question 32
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Q.

Describe the relationship

As years in school increased, salary expectation decreased

As years in school decreased, salary expectation increased

As years in school increased, salary expectation increased

As years in school increased, salary expectation remained the same

• Question 33
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Q.

What type of relationship is this

Direct

Inverse

Cyclic

Constant

• Question 34
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Q.

The manipulated variable is always on which axis of a graph?