QUIZ 9 Practice

Quiz by Oksana Tariche

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19 questions
• Q1
Astronauts appear weightless while working in the International Space Station because
they have very little mass when in outer space.
they have gravitational attractions to the sun and moon.
there isn't any gravity in outer space.
they are in a state of free fall.
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• Q2
Which statement is true of all matter?
It has mass.
It exists only as a solid.
It can be seen.
It maintains its shape and size.
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• Q3
What is the volume of this solid?
60 cm2
21 cm3
30 cm2
300 cm3
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• Q4
Imagine that the block shown is made of pure gold. If Ana cuts this block into two equal pieces, which of these statements best describes the pieces?
The mass of each piece is the same as that of the original block.
The volume of each piece is the same as that of the original block.
The weight of each piece is the same as that of the original block.
The density of each piece is the same as that of the original block.
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• Q5
Density is the ratio of mass to volume. This block is made of a material that has a density of 2 g/cm3. What is the mass of this block?
300 g
600 g
150 g
6,000 g
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• Q6
Susie used a double-pan balance to measure the mass of an object by comparing it to a reference mass. She recorded the mass as 125 grams. What value will Susie record for the mass of the object if she takes the same measurement on the moon, where the gravitational force is about one-sixth of Earth’s gravity?
21 grams
750 grams
125 grams
0 grams
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• Q7
Leah used a triple-beam balance to measure the mass of a beaker of water. Which value for mass should she record in her science notebook?
250 grams
254 grams
4 grams
254.5 grams
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• Q8
Kieko attached a small, metal cylinder to a spring scale and held the scale by the ring on top. She then recorded the weight of the cylinder. Which weight did Kieko record in her science notebook?
2.2 pounds
2.2 grams
2.2 newtons
2.2 ounces
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• Q9
Josie partially filled a graduated cylinder with water. She then dropped a rock into the water. The illustration below shows what happened to the level of the water inside the graduated cylinder. What is the volume of the rock?
10 mL
35 mL
5 mL
40 mL
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• Q10
Julio measured the mass of a small rock as 11.0 grams. Then he measured the volume of the rock as shown in the illustration below. What is the density of Julio’s rock?
1.1 g/cm3
5 g/cm3
11 g/cm3
2.2 g/cm3
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• Q11
Amin had two metal cubes of identical sizes. He placed the first cube on one side of a pan balance and the second cube on the other side of the balance. The illustration below shows what happened. What conclusion can Amin draw about the two cubes?
The masses of the two cubes are the same.
The volumes of the cubes are different.
The weights of the cubes are the same.
The densities of the two cubes are different.
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• Q12
Dr. Suri placed a dog on the scale at the veterinary clinic and recorded a reading of 8 pounds. What does this reading mean?
The dog’s mass is equal to 8 pounds.
The dog has an average density of 8 lb/ft3.
The weight of the dog as measured by the scale is 8 pounds.
The volume of the dog is exactly 8 pounds.
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• Q13
It is impossible to directly measure some properties of an object. Which of these properties cannot be measured directly?
mass
volume
density
weight
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• Q14
The gravitational force on Mars is about one-third that of Earth’s gravitational force. If a space probe has a mass of 100 kg and a weight of 210 pounds on Earth, what would be the mass and weight of this probe on Mars?
mass = 300 kg, weight = 210 pounds
mass = 100 kg, weight = 70 pounds
mass = 100 kg, weight = 210 pounds
mass = 300 kg, weight = 70 pounds
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• Q15
The density of aluminum is 2.7 g/cm3. What is the volume of a piece of aluminum if its mass is 8.1 grams?
21.9 cm3
0.33 cm3
3 cm3
2.7 cm3
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• Q16
Paul placed an ice cube into a beaker on a hot plate. The ice cube changed from a solid to a liquid and then to a gas. During this process, which property of the ice cube remained unchanged?
temperature
volume
density
mass
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• Q17
Uma had a piece of titanium with a mass of 18 grams. Using a graduated cylinder partly filled with water, she determined that the titanium displaced 4 milliliters of water. What is the density of titanium?
18 g/cm3
0.22 g/cm3
4.5 g/cm3
324 g/cm3
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• Q18
Which of these statements is true?
The clear liquid has less mass than black liquid
The clear liquid is less dense than the black liquid.
The clear liquid is more dense
The clear liquid is less conductive than the black liquid.
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• Q19
Susie used a double-pan balance to measure the mass of an object by comparing it to a reference mass. She recorded the mass as 125 grams. What value will Susie record for the weight of the object if she takes the same measurement on the moon, where the gravitational force is about one-sixth of Earth’s gravity?
0 grams
21 grams
125 grams
750 grams
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