Properties of Matter Review Game

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17 questions
• Q1
What equation would you use to find the volume of a rectangular box?
Volume = Length x Width
None of the above
Volume = Length x Width x Height
Volume = Length + Width + Height
20s
• Q2
Which of the following units would you use to express the volume of an irregular solid such as a rock?
liters (L)
newtons (N)
cubic centimeters (cm3)
milliliters (mL)
20s
• Q3
Which of the following units would be best for describing the volume of mercury (liquid) used in an experiment?
Liters or Milliliters
newtons
meters or centimeters
grams or kiligrams
20s
• Q4
What has mass and takes up space?
space
none of the above
matter
volume
20s
• Q5
Which of the following statements is true about an object’s weight but NOT about its mass?
It is the measure of the amount of matter in an object.
It may vary depending on an objects location.
It would be the same on the moon as it is on Earth.
It is measured in kilograms or grams.
20s
• Q6
Which property of matter is a measure of the gravitational force?
mass
weight
density
volume
20s
• Q7
The larger an object’s mass, the
larger its volume
smaller its inertia
smaller its volume
larger its inertia
20s
• Q8
If you poured three liquids (that do not mix completely) into a beaker, how could you tell which one is the densest liquid?
the liquid that floats on top.
none of the above.
the liquid that settles to the bottom.
the liquid with the darkest color.
20s
• Q9
What happens to a solid object with a density that is less than water when it is placed in water?
The objects settles to the bottom of the water.
The objects floats on top of the water.
The object sinks halfway in the water.
The object displaces a quantity of water that is greater than its volume.
20s
• Q10
What unit of density would be appropriate to describe a solid bar of silver?
g/mL
g/cm3
cm3
none of the above
20s
• Q11
Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical change?
the sanding of a piece of wood
the melting of a Popsicle
the shaping of a gold bar
the explosion of fireworks
20s
• Q12
What kinds of changes in substances are always physical changes?
changes that result in new substances being formed
changes of state from solid to liquid to gas and back
changes that change the identity of the substance
changes that change the density of the substances
20s
• Q13
Why are chemical properties harder to observe than physical properties?
Physical properties cannot be observed and measured.
Chemical properties depend on the size of the sample.
Physical properties change the identity of a substance.
Chemical properties change the substance’s identity.
20s
• Q14
Which of the following is NOT the result of a chemical change?
rusted metal
soured milk
ground flour
digested food
20s
• Q15
Which of the following is a chemical property of matter?
density
solubility
reactivity
volume
20s

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