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# Science - Density Qz

### Chp 1 Sections 1&2 Density Quiz

What are the correct units for density? g/cc or g/ml
the measure of the pull of gravity on an object is... weight
one substance or object moving another substance or object and taking its place displacement
the curved surface of a liquid in a cylinder meniscus
the correct units for mass are ... g or kg
the correct units for volume are ... ml or cc or cm3
glass container with markings used to measure volume of liquids graduated cylinder
Density is a characteristic property. True or false? True
Weight is a characteristic property. True or false? False
Mass is a characteristic property. True or false? False
Volume is a characteristic property. True or false? False
The amount of matter contained in a given volume is called ... Density
The amount of space an object occupies is called ... Volume
The amount of matter in an object is called ... Mass
The scientist who used density and displacement to help King Hiero of Syracuse(Greece) was ... Archimedes
The density of water is .... 1 g/cc
The density of gold is ... 19.3 g/cc
What is the density of a substance that has a mass of 75 g and a volume of 25 cc? 3 g/cc
112g ... 53 ml ... Density=? 2.11 g/ml
98 cc ... 90 g ... Density=? 0.918 g/cc
How do you measure the volume of a liquid? a graduated cylinder or beaker
How do you measure the volume of rectangular prism or cube? measure with a ruler
Formula for volume? Volume = length X width X height
What is Archimedes Principle? Objects with a density less than 1.0 g/cc will FLOAT in water and objects with a density greater than 1.0 g/cc will SINK in water?
Created by: gdustin

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