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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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### Metric Test

a. length b. mass c. density

a. length b. mass c. volume

a. length b. mass c. density

a. length b. temperature c. volume

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

a. density b. length c. temperature

a. weight b. density c. mass

a. 75cm³ b. 125cm³ c. 15cm³

a. ruler b. graduated cylinder c. digital scale

a. ruler b. graduated cylinder c. digital scale

a. cm³ b. ml c.ml³

a. mm b. g/ml c. g/cm³

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.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

13. Calculate the volume of the rectangular solid. density problems.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

a. 25cm³

b. 75cm

c. 60cm³

2cm

3cm

10cm

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?

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? cylinder if the mass is 39 grams?

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.

Density=mass V=LxHxW

volume

a. float b. sink

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

18. scale below for assistance. 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

19. scale below for assistance. 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

• 20. 75ml scale below for assistance.=________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

• 21. 1km scale below for assistance.=_________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. scale below for assistance.

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

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• a. 23.9°C b. 32°C c. 93°

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

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• 23. 0 scale below for assistance.⁰C=____⁰F

• a. 100°F b. 333°F c. 32°F

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

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• a. -17°C b. 37°C c. -37°C

°C = 5 (⁰F-32) °F = 9 ·°C + 32

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