Density Quiz 12/23
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The tools that are used to measure length, mass, volume(solidor a liquid)
meter stick, balance and a graduated cylinder.
The units that are used to measure masss, volume (solid or liquid), density (solid or a liquid) and weight.
Explain how to find the volume of regular objects
to find the volume of a regular object:
Length X Width X Height
Explain how to find the volume of irregular objects
to find the volume of irregular objects:
use the displacement method
Explain how to find the volume of liquids
to find the volume of liquids:
measure liquids with a graduated cylinder.
Explain how to find the mass of a solid
To find the mass of a solid you would measure it on a triple beam balance.
Explain how to find the mass of a liquid.
To find the mass of a liquid in a graduated cylinder
What is the formula for density?
Density = mass /volume
The basic unit for mass in the metric system
Objects that _______ in water are less dense than 1g/ml
__________ of an object can vary with location and amount of gravitational pull.
Mass per unit of volume
tool used to measure mass
triple beam balance
What method is used to find the volume of an irregular object?
Length is measured in?
read the bottom of __________to get an accurate measurement when using the graduated cylinder?
What liquid has the density of 1g/ml?
one meter is equal to 100___
What are all objects made of?
volume is measured in?
tool used to measure liquid volume?
1000 meters is equal to 1_____?
weight is measured in?
one cubic centimeter is equal to ?
standard system of measurement used by all scientists
tool used to measure length
the amount of space an object takes up
the basic unit of length in the metric system
obejects sink or float in water when they are more dense than 1g/ml
What is the amount of matter in an object
The kilogram is a unit of?
The prefix that means 1/1000 is?
The density of a 10-g object that occupies 20 cm3 is ?
A word meaning the shape of a liquid at its surface is:
Length is to meter as mass is to
If you were standing on the moon what would happen to your weight and your mass?
weight would be less and your mass would stay the same.
The measure of the force of attraction between objects due to gravity is?
Which of the following has the greatest mass? piece of bread, your textbook, a snail or you?
What is the formula to calculate Density?
What is the formula to calculate the volume of an object?
What is the formula to calculate the mass of an object?
M=D x V
is a measurement of how tightly packed matter is in an object.
If you have the mass and volume of something can you measure its density?
an instrument used to compare two masses.
The amount of matter in an object
In the metric system, units for mass include?
kilograms and the gram
there are 1000 grams in a kilogram
the downward force of an object.
Your weight is the the pull of_________on your body
A spring scale is used to measure?
force. Since weight is a type of force, a spring scale can measure weight. The metric unit of force is the Newton.
What is volume?
the amount of space that is occupied by an object. W x L x H
What units are used most often to express the volume of liquids?
mL and L
What is the formula for calculating the volume of a cube?
W x L x H
What is weight?
How much the gravitational pull of the earth affects something.
What is the SI unit for weight?
What is inertia?
the tendency of an object to resist a change in motion.
What scale has freezing at zero degrees and boiling at 100 degrees?
Volume is the amount of space an object occupies or can hold.
What is the density of water?
Why does an object sink or float?
If an object is more dense than 1g/ml then it will sink.
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