Density – Chapter 5 – Quiz Questions #1
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1. How does measuring mass differ from measuring the weight of an object?
2. On Earth a package weighs 19.6 newtons. If 1 newton is 1 kg (x) 9.8 m/s/s, what is the mass of the package in kilograms?
3. Imagine you could mail this package to Jupiter where the gravity is three times that of Earth. What would be its mass on Jupiter?
4. What is the volume of a solid rectangle with the dimensions of 2 cm (x) 5 cm (x) 8 cm?
5. The volume of water in a graduated cylinder is 88 mL. After a small object is placed in the cylinder, the volume increases to 100 mL. What is the volume of the object. First give your answer in milliliters, then in cubic centimeters.
6. Density relates what two measurements to each other?
7. What is the density of an object with a mass of 35 grams and a volume of 7 cm3?
8. If you double the amount of material, will its density change? Why or why not?
9. The volume of a substance is 100 mL with a mass of 100 grams. Calculate its density and tell what the substance might be.
10. The volume of a substance is 10,000 mL. Its mass is 10 grams. Calculate its density and tell what the substance might be..
11. The volume of 5 grams of a substance is 2cm3 . Calculate its density and tell what the substance might be (Hint ….. Half Dome in Yosemite. )