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Match each item with the correct statement below. a.  absolute zero  e.  mass  b.  Kelvin temperature scale  f.  significant figure  c.  Celsius temperature
scale  g.  precision  d.  weight  h.  accuracy 


1.

the lowest point on the Kelvin scale


2.

the SI scale for temperature


3.

the force of gravity on an object


4.

the nonSI scale for temperature

Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


5.

Which of the following volumes is the smallest?
a.  one microliter  c.  one milliliter  b.  one liter  d.  one deciliter 


6.

What is the SI unit of mass?
a.  liter  c.  candela  b.  joule  d.  kilogram 


7.

What is the temperature of absolute zero measured in C?
a.  –373C  c.  –173C  b.  –273C  d.  –73C 


8.

Which temperature scale has no negative temperatures?
a.  Celsius  c.  Joule  b.  Fahrenheit  d.  Kelvin 


9.

What is the boiling point of water in kelvins?
a.  0 K  c.  273 K  b.  100 K  d.  373 K 


10.

Which of the following mass units is the largest?


11.

The weight of an object ____.
a.  is the same as its mass  c.  is not affected by
gravity  b.  depends on its location  d.  is always the same 


12.

What is the temperature –34 C expressed in kelvins?
a.  139 K  c.  239 K  b.  207 K  d.  339 K 


13.

If the temperature changes by 100 K, by how much does it change in C?


14.

Chlorine boils at 239 K. What is the boiling point of chlorine expressed in
degrees Celsius?





15.

What is the quantity 0.0075 meters expressed in centimeters? Use the table above
to help you.
a.  0.075 cm  c.  7.5 cm  b.  0.75 cm  d.  70.5 cm 


16.

A train travels at a speed of 30 miles per hour. If 1 mile = 1.6 kilometers, how
fast is the train traveling in kilometers per minute?
a.  0.4 km/min  c.  0.8 km/min  b.  0.6 km/min  d.  1.0 km/min 


17.

The density of mercury is 5,427 kg/(m^{3}). If the density of water is
1.0 g/mL, will mercury float or sink in water?
a.  Mercury will float because the density of mercury is 0.005427 g/mL, which is less
than the 1.0 g/mL density of water.  b.  Mercury will float because the density of
mercury is 0.05427 g/mL, which is less than the 1.0 g/mL density of water.  c.  Mercury will sink
because the density of mercury is 5.427 g/mL, which is greater than the 1.0 g/mL density of
water.  d.  Mercury will sink because the density of mercury is 5,427 g/mL, which is greater than
the 1.0 g/mL density of water. 


18.

Which of the following equalities is NOT correct? Use the table above to help
you.
a.  100 cg = 1 g  c.  1 cm^{} = 1 mL  b.  1000 mm = 1
m  d.  10 kg = 1
g 


19.

A cubic meter is about the same as the volume occupied by a ____.
a.  kilogram of water  c.  washing machine  b.  cup of milk  d.  basketball
arena 


20.

The quantity 44 liters expressed in cubic meters is ____.
a.  0.000 044 m^{}  c.  0.44 m^{}  b.  440 000 m^{}  d.  0.044
m^{} 


21.

The quantity 67 liters expressed in cubic meters is ____.
a.  0.067 m^{}  c.  0.67 m^{}  b.  0.000 067 m^{}  d.  670 000
m^{} 


22.

The quantity 80 liters expressed in cubic meters is ____.
a.  0.000 080 m^{}  c.  0.080 m^{}  b.  0.80 m^{}  d.  800 000
m^{} 


23.

The quantity 34 liters expressed in cubic meters is ____.
a.  0.34 m^{}  c.  340 000 m^{}  b.  0.034 m^{}  d.  0.000 034
m^{} 


24.

Density is found by dividing ____.
a.  mass by volume  c.  mass by area  b.  volume by mass  d.  area by mass 


25.

What is the density of an object having a mass of 8.0 g and a volume of 25
cm^{}?
a.  0.32 g/cm^{}  c.  3.1 g/cm^{}  b.  2.0 g/cm^{}  d.  200
g/cm^{} 


26.

What is the volume of 80.0 g of ether if the density of ether is 0.70
g/mL?
a.  5.6 10^{}  c.  8.8 10^{}  b.  1.1 10^{}  d.  8.0
10^{} 


27.

What is the volume of 45.6 g of silver if the density of silver is 10.5
g/mL?
a.  0.23 mL  c.  479 mL  b.  4.34 mL  d.  none of the
above 


28.

If a liter of water is heated from 20 C to 50 C, what happens to its
volume?
a.  The volume decreases.  b.  The volume increases.  c.  The volume first
increases, then decreases.  d.  The volume first decreases, then
increases. 


29.

If the temperature of a piece of steel decreases, what happens to its
density?
a.  The density decreases.  b.  The density increases.  c.  The density does not
change.  d.  The density first increases, then decreases. 


30.

As the density of a substance increases, the volume of a given mass of that
substance ____.
a.  increases  c.  decreases  b.  is not affected  d.  fluctuates 
