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Metric Test. 1.__The relationship between mass and volume is called. a. length b. mass c. density. 2.__The distance between two points is called. a. length b. mass c. volume. 3.__The amount of matter in an object is called.

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4 the amount of space an object takes up is called
4.__The amount of space an object takes up is called

a. length b. temperature c. volume

5 a measure of the average kinetic energy in a sample of matter is called
5.__A measure of the average kinetic energy in a sample of matter is called

a. density b. length c. temperature

8 to measure the volume of a liquid you would use a
8.To measure the volume of a liquid, you would use a

a. ruler b. graduated cylinder c. digital scale

9 to measure the volume of a block of wood you would use
9.To measure the volume of a block of wood, you would use

a. ruler b. graduated cylinder c. digital scale

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12. You have a graduated cylinder that contains 50mL of water. You drop a fossil into the cylinder, and the water level rises to 65mL. What isthe volume of the fossil?

a. 65ml b.15ml c.115ml

directions use the following formulas to calculate the density problems
Directions: Use the following formulas to calculate the density problems.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

13 calculate the volume of the rectangular solid
13. Calculate the volume of the rectangular solid.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

a. 25cm³

b. 75cm

c. 60cm³

2cm

3cm

10cm

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14. Using the information below place the following blocks in order from most dense to least dense. 1 is most dense, 3 is least dense.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

B

C

A

5 cm

10g

5 cm

20g

25g

5 cm

5 cm

5 cm

5 cm

5 cm

5 cm

5 cm

  • block A,B,C
  • block C,B,A
  • block C,A,B
15 what is the density of the liquid in the graduated cylinder if the mass is 39 grams
15.What is the density of the liquid in the graduated cylinder if the mass is 39 grams?

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

a. 3 g/ml

b. .33 g/ml

c. 3 g/cm³

16 what is the volume of the graduated cylinder
16.What is the volume of the graduated cylinder?

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

  • 15 ml
  • 13 ml
  • 25 ml
17 a soda can with a density of 56 g ml will in a bucket of water
17. A soda can with a density of .56 g/ml will ____________in a bucket of water.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

a. float b. sink

directions convert one metric unit to another use the scale below for assistance
Directions: Convert one metric unit to another. Use the scale below for assistance.

kilo hectodeko Base Unit decicentimilli

kg g mg

km m cm mm

kl l ml

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18. 65 g =_________mg

a. 650mg b. 65,000mg c. .650mg

kilo hectodeko Base Unit decicentimilli

kg g mg

km m cm mm

kl l ml

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19. 6 cm =_______mm

a. 60mm b. 6,000mm c. .60mm

kilo hectodeko Base Unit decicentimilli

kg g mg

km m cm mm

kl l ml

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20. 75ml =________liters

a. 750 L b. 75,000 L c. .075 L

kilo hectodeko Base Unit decicentimilli

kg g mg

km m cm mm

kl l ml

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21. 1km =_________m

  • a. 1000 m b. .0001 m c. 100 m

kilo hectodeko Base Unit decicentimilli

kg g mg

km m cm mm

kl l ml

directions convert the following temperatures
Directions: Convert the following temperatures.

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

9 5

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22. 75°F=___C

  • a. 23.9°C b. 32°C c. 93°

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

9 5

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23. 0⁰C=____⁰F

  • a. 100°F b. 333°F c. 32°F

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

9 5

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24. 98.6°F=_____C

  • a. -17°C b. 37°C c. -37°C

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

9 5

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