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_____ is the amount of substance of an object.
Mass
Weight
Density
Volume
_____ may change depending on the location.
Mass
Weight
Density
Volume
The mass of A is higher than that of B.
A has higher _____.
Volume
Density
Inertia
Surface Area
You are on a bus that is moving forward.
When the bus stops suddenly, you will _____ due to inertia.
move backward
move forward
not move
move sideways
The mass of a box is 100 kg.
If g = 10 N/kg, the weight of the box is _____.
10 N
100 N
1000 N
10000 N
The spring balance is used to measure _____.
mass
weight
inertia
density
The S.I. unit of weight is _____.
kg
N/kg
J
N
The S.I. unit of density is _____.
kg/m3
g/cm3
kg/cm3
g/m3
The density of A is 10 g/cm3.
When the mass of A is doubled, its density is _____ g/cm3.
5
10
20
40
A floats while B sinks.
A has a lower _____.
mass
weight
inertia
density
Density is the _____.
mass per unit volume
volume per unit mass
weight per unit volume
volume per unit weight
A boy weighs 500 N on earth.
His weight on moon is _____ N.
(g on Earth = 10 N/kg, g on Moon = 1.7 N/kg)
29
85
290
850
A has mass 5 kg.
B has mass 10 kg.
Both A and B are moving.
Which one is harder to stop?
Both are equally hard to stop
A
B
Cannot be known
Inertia measures how difficult it is to _____ the motion of an object
only stop
only start
start and stop
_____ is a vector, which has direction.
Mass
Weight
Inertia
Density
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