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KMHS_Chemistry

Chapter 3 Practice: Metric Conversion Problems

QuestionAnswer
what is the volume, in cubic centimeters, of a sample of cough syrup that has a mass of 50.0g? the density of the cough syrup is .950g/cm^3. 52.6cm^3
each student is to measure out 1.84g of copper wire. only 50.0g of copper is avalible. how many students can do the experiment before they run out? 25 students
convert 15mL to L .015 L
convert 360 seconds to micro seconds 3.6*10^-4 microseconds
express 750 cg in grams 7.5g
how many seconds are in day 86,4000s
the density of silicon is 2.33g/cm^3. what is the volume of a piece of silicon that has a mass of 62.9g. 27cm^3
convert .081L to mL 81mL
convert 121mL to L .121L
how many seconds in an hour 3600
4.6mg to g 4.6*10^-3g
2.8L of argon to g of argon. density of argon is 1.78g/l 5.0g of argon
Created by: KellyBeck