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What is the density of an object that has a mass of $184 g$ and a volume of $50 cm^3$?
1. $9200 g // cm^3$
2. $3.68 g // cm^3$
3. $.271 g // cm^3$
4. $3.74 g // cm^3$
The mass of an object is 23.4 g. The volume is $3 cm^3$. What is the density?
$d=m/v$
1. $7.8g//cm^3$
2. $6.0g//cm^3$
3. $5.5g//cm^3$
4. $5.0g//cm^3$
When sandpaper smooths a piece of wood, what type of change is it?
1. change of matter
2. physical change
3. chemical change
4. change of state
These two properties do not change based on how much matter is present.
1. Weight and volume
2. Melting point and boiling point
3. Mass and boiling point
4. Volume and melting point
These are two things that cannot be created OR destroyed.
1. substances and matter
2. matter and energy
3. odor and chemicals
4. speed and size
A brick is an example of
1. a liquid
2. a solid
3. plasma
4. a gas
What type of change does an odor being given off indicate?
1. change of state
2. physical change
3. change of density
4. chemical change