# Properties of Matter

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- Q1these properties are only seen when there is a change in the identity of the substancechemical propertiesphysical properties30s
- Q2which substance is more densesugar syrupedible oilwaterhoney30s
- Q3what are two examples of chemical properties?flammability and volumedensity and reactivitymass and weightflammability and reactivity30s
- Q4which property remains the same no matter the amountdensityweightvolumemass30s
- Q5_____________depends on gravity but ______________ depends on the amountweight, massweight, densityvolume, densitymass, volume30s
- Q6what is the weight of a golf ball of 32 g in the moon. Remember, the moon has 1/6 of the gravity on Earth.192 N5.33 N38 N26 N60s
- Q7What is the mass of a basket ball of 67g in Mars. Mars has 1/3 less gravity compared to Earth67 g0.44 N201 N22.3 N60s
- Q8If 2 objects have the same mass, but different density, then that means that the _____________is different.lengthvolumeweight60s
- Q9Calculate what is the density of a substance with a mass go 4g and a volume 0f 15cm360 g/cm30.266 g/cm35 g/cm360s
- Q10calculate the mass of a substance with a density of 13.6g/cm3 and a volume of 6 ml81.6g2.26g0.44g60s
- Q11calculate the volume of a substance with a mass of 13 g and a density of 1g/ml13 ml13 g/cm30.07 mL60s
- Q12What is the volume of the following substance?110.5ml60.5ml10.5ml60s
- Q13What is the formula for density?d=m x vd=v/md=m/v60s
- Q14what is the formula for mass?m= d x vm= d/vm= v/d60s
- Q15what is the formula for volume?v=d/vv=m/dv=m x d60s