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Density Practice

Flash cards and quizzes for density.

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What is density? The relationship of mass of an object to its volume.
What is the formula for density? Density= Mass/Volume
What is the formula for Volume? Volume= Mass/Density
What is the formula for mass? Mass= Density/Volume
What is one way that an object's density can be increased? Density can be increased by cramming more matter into a particular volume of space.
What is another way that an object's density can be increased? Another way is if you cram more volume into a smaller space.
What are a few units used for mass? Milligrams(mg), Grams(g), Kilograms(kg)
What are a few units used for volume? Milliliters(mL), Liters(L),
What is the density of water? Water's density= 1g/mL
What happens to objects with a density greater than water? The objects sink.
What happens to objects with a density less than water? The objects float.
What is the symbol for milliliter? mL.
What is the symbol for liter? L.
What is the symbol for gram? g.
What is the symbol for kilogram? kg.
What is the symbol for milligram? mg.
What is the symbol for centimeter? cm.
What is the symbol for millimeter? mm.
What is the formula for volume? Volume= Length•Width•Height.
What is the system that scientists use for making measurements? International System of Units.
What measurement does not vary by location? Mass
Which measurement is dependent on location? Weight
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