DO NOT WRITE ON ME!!! Answer the following review questions with a partner (only one partner, if you prefer to do it alone that is fine.) Write your answers on a piece of paper and hand it into the tray. Each person must have a copy of their own answers to hand in.
Quiz each other for fun to test each other’s science skills.
Be ready for discussion at the end of the period with the substitute.
Write down at least 2 questions on your answer sheet to ask me on this Thursday. The test is FRIDAY!

#1 :

#1 The underlined word that belongs to the number is called its…..
100 meters
1.) value
2.) prefix
3.)base unit

#2 :

#2 The symbol for the unit milliliter is…
1.) ML
2.) L
3.) mll
4.) mL

#3 :

#3 Which of the following equals 1 meter?
1.) 1,000 centimeters
2.) 10 centimeters
3.) 100 centimeters
4.) 10,000 centimeters

#4 :

#4 Which of the following is the SI (metric) unit used to measure the length of an object, or distance traveled by an object?
1.) Gram
2.) Kilogram
3.) Meter
4.) Mile

#5 :

#5 The SI unit I would use to measure the volume of coca-cola in a 12oz. can would be….
1.) cm3
2.) mL
3.) ounces
4.) g/mL

#6 :

#6 3cm= ____?____ mm

#7 :

#7 Which measurement is larger?
a.) 14 mm or 1 cm
1.) 14 mm is larger than 1 cm
2.) 1 cm is larger than 14 mm
3.) they are the same length

#8 :

#8 To find the volume of this box, I would use which of the following equations:
1.) ½ x base x height
2.) 2 length x 2 height
3.) length x width x height
4.) length x width

#9 :

#9 Convert
89.0 mL= __________ L
1.) 89 L
2.) .89 L
3.) .089 L
4.) 890L

#11 Convert
12.0 m= _____________ km
1.) .012 km
2.) 1.20 km
3.) 12,000 km
4.) 120,ooo km

#12 :

#12 Which of the following are equal?
1.) 100 cm =1 m
2.) 100 m = 1km
3.) 100 mm = 1 m
4.) 100 mm = 1 cm

#13 :

#13 The mass per unit volume is known as an objects
1.) volume
2.) mass
3.) weight
4.) density

#14 :

#14 The formula to calculate density of both a liquid and a solid, is which of the following?
1.) d=v/m
2.) d=m/v
3.) d= w/v
4.) s=d/t

#15 :

#15 The reason why a steel ball sinks, and an apple of the same size floats is because…
1.) The matter is more spread out in the steel ball compared to the apple, making it less dense than the apple.
2.) the matter is compacted more in the steel ball compared to the apple, making the steel ball less dense.
3.) the matter is compacted more in the steel ball compared to the apple, making the steel ball more dense.

#16 :

#16 Which of the following is the base unit for the density of a solid object?
1.) g/cm
2.) g/cm2
3.) g/cm3
4.) cm3

#17 :

#17 Which of the following is the correct unit for the density of a liquid?
1.) mL
2.) g/mL
3.) g/cm2
4.) g/cm3

#18 :

#18 Using water displacement, I found that the volume of the liquid displaced by the object was 19 mL. What is the volume of the solid?
1.) 19mL
2.) 19 cm3
3.) 1.9 cm
4.) 190 g/mL

#19 :

#19 How many mm are in 10 cm?
1.) 100 mm
2.) 10 mm
3.) 1 mm
4.) 1000 mm

#20 :

#20 According to Archimedes principle, if the buoyant force of a fluid is greater than the weight of an object, the object will…
1.)sink to the bottom of the fluid
2.) float to the top of the fluid
3.) stay suspended in the liquid (halfway between surface and bottom )

#21 :

#21 According to Archimedes principle, if the buoyant force of a fluid is less than the weight of an object, the object will…
1.)sink to the bottom of the fluid
2.) float to the top of the fluid
3.) stay suspended in the liquid (halfway between surface and bottom )

#22 :

#22 According to Archimedes principle, if the buoyant force of a fluid is equal to the weight of an object, the object will…
1.)sink to the bottom of the fluid
2.) float to the top of the fluid
3.) stay suspended in the liquid (halfway between surface and bottom )

#23 :

#23 If a solid object has the mass of 35 grams and a volume of 5cm3 … then the density is
1.) 4 g/cm2
2.) 6 g/cm3
3.) 7 g/cm3
4.) 8 g/cm3

#24 :

#24 If the sides of this rectangular prism is 10 cm x 2cm x 2cm, then the volume of this rectangular prism is..
1.) 14 cm3
2.) 9 cm3
3.) 40 cm3
4.) 50 cm3

#25 :

#25 An object that is greater than the density of water will ….
1.) sink
2.) float
3.) explode
4.) collapse

#26 :

#26 The SI unit used for the volume of a solid is…
1.) mL
2.) cm
3.) cm2
4.) cm3

#27 :

#27 When the buoyant force of a fluid is greater then the weight of an object, the object will float. This describes which scientific principle?
1.) Newtons principle
2.) Bernoulli’s principle
3.) Archimedes principle
4.) Pascal’s principle

#28 :

#28 The two states of matter inside the solid bottles, found under the solar system in Mr. Torfin’s room, are gases(air) and liquids (oil, water, honey etc.). Which fluid is less dense?
1.) gas
2.) liquid
3.) neither

#29 :

#29 The SI unit used for the volume of a liquid is which of the following?
1.) L
2.) oz.
3.) cm3
4.) in.

#30 :

#30 The mass of my measuring cup is 300 grams. When I add 100 mL of oil to the cup, the mass goes up to 500 grams. What is the mass of the liquid?
1.) 75 grams
2.) 100 grams
3.) 150grams
4.) 200 grams

#31 :

#31 After finding that the 100 mL of oil has a mass of 200 grams, I can now calculate the density of the liquid using the formula density=mass/volume. What is the density of the liquid?
1.) .2 g/cm3
2.) 20.0 g/cm3
3.) 20.0/mL
4.) 2.0 g/mL

#32 :

#32 Liquid A has a density of .25g/mL. Liquid B has a density of 1.52g/mL. Liquid C has a density of 1.54 g/mL. What order would these liquids separate starting from bottom to top?
1.) A, B, C
2.) C, B, A
3.) A, C, B
4.) B, C, A

#33 :

#33 An object that has a density of 3.4 g/cm3 , will sink or float in water?
1.) float
2.) sink

#34 :

#34 When the buoyant force of a fluid is greater than the weight of an object, the object will
1.) float
2.) sink

#35 :

#35 When the buoyant force of a fluid is less than the weight of an object, the object will
1.) float
2.) sink

#36 :

#36 If an object has a mass of 100 grams and it’s volume is 20 cm3, then the density is….
1.) .2 g/cm3
2.) 2 g/cm3
3.) 5 g/cm3
4.) 50 g/cm3

#37 :

#37 Examples of visual displays of data are…
1.) metric units
2.) graphs and tables
3.) English units
4.) hypotheses

#38 :

#38 The amount of space occupied by an object is known as its ….
1.) volume
2.) mass
3.) weight
4.) density

#39 :

#39 Milliliter or Liter is the unit name used to measure which quantity?
1.) volume of a solid
2.) volume of a liquid
3.) volume of a gas

#40 :

#40 An educated guess using what you know and observe is known as….
1.) dependent variable
2.) independent variable
3.) hypothesis
4.) experiment

#41 :

#41 A meniscus is
1.) the top of a liquid to measure density.
2.) the curve surface of a liquid to measure the liquid’s volume.
3.) the measurement used to find the density of an object.

#42 :

#42 The density of water is ….
1.) 1.1 g/cm3
2.) 2.0 g/cm3
3.) 1.0 g/cm3
4.) 1.5 g/cm3

#43 and #44 Short answer :

#43 and #44 Short answer Answer the following question in a complete sentence.
Use Archimedes principle to explain why lemons and coca-cola sink, and limes and diet coke float.
Use Archimedes principle to explain how submarines float and sink in the ocean.

#45 and #46 Short answer :

#45 and #46 Short answer Answer the following question with a complete sentence on your paper.
Use Bernoulli’s principle to explain how air planes and birds can fly.
Use Archimedes principle to explain why our Earth’s atmosphere is made up of gas particles.

#47. Short answer :

#47. Short answer The main reason why these liquids stack upon each other is because of their different densities.
With a short answer,
explain why.

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