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Final Chem part 1

Chapter 1

What example activity answers "how can i change it?" A team of scientists works to develop a new kind of fuel.
How much so i have, what is this matter that i have, howmuch can i get and how fast are questions asked in what? chemistry
the sidewalk is wet, therefore, it must have rained last night. This statment is an example of what? interface
chemists often repeat the experiments of other chemests to verify results, as a result of what scientific process? communication
Dasies,marigolds, and carnations are flowers. this statment is an example of what scientific process? classification
what is an example of a hypothisis? the temperature at which a liquid boils is related to its vapor pressure.
what is not necessaraly true of a theory? It has a physical representation.
Name five different ways a teacher could assign seats to the students in your class on the first day of school. Last name, First name, Personalty, Random, Past grades for that class
the expression 100 milliters represents a? quantity
In the expression 100 grams, grams is the? unit
what is not an SI unit? pounds
The SI system of mesurment is easy to use because it is based on a factor of? 10
what is not a derived quantity? temperature
An example of a derived quantity is? g/mL
Complete the following equivilence statment. __km = 1 meter = ___dm = ____cm = ____mm .1 100 10 1000
complete the following table by filling in the correct words. m________________________________ kg_____________________________ s ___________ Time K degrees in Kelvin __________ A______________ Meters Length Kilograms mass seconds temperature Amper Electricity
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