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Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lisamarie137
Define mass.
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lisamarie137
Define volume.
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lisamarie137
What is the formula used to find the mass of an object?
1. $M=DV$
2. $M=D/V$
3. $M=M/V$
4. $M=VM$
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Which of the following best describes temperature?
1. The number of molecules in a substance
2. The average speed of the molecules in a substance
3. The number of collisions between molecules in a substance in their container
4. The ratio of the amount of matter in the space it occupies in a substance
5. The force of gravity on the molecules of a substance
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Which of the following will happen if the volume of a gas is decreased, While the temperature remains constant?
1. The gas will increase in densityuntil it becomes a solid
2. The speed of the molecules will decreaseuntil it reaches absolute zero
3. The amount of collisions between molecules and the walls of the container will increase
4. The number of molecules contained within the gas will increase
5. None of the above
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
What is the best explanation for why products may have different cooking instructions for high altitudes?
1. High altitudes may have lower atmospheric pressure, which may reduce the boiling point of water
2. High altitudes may have high atmospheric pressure which lowers the boiling point of water
3. Water boils at a higher temperature due to increased oxygen at high elevations
4. Water boils at a lower temperature due to decreased oxygen at higher altitudes
5. People who live in the mountains do not know how to use stoves
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Which of the following is NOT a property of solids
1. Molecules tend to be packed close together
2. They have a definite volume
3. They have a definite shape
4. The molecules do not move
5. They are usually more dense than gases or liquids
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
During vaporization, which of the following occurs:
1. Intermolecular bonds are broken
2. Density decreases
3. Liquids become gases
4. Temperature remains constant
5. All of the above
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Boyle's Law states that an inverse relationship exists between:
1. Pressure and temperature
2. Volume and pressure
3. Volume and temperature
4. Pressure and density
5. Temperature and density
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Imagine an elevator crowded with too many passengers for such a small space. This situation would be a good analogy for a substance with what property?
1. A very high temperature
2. A very low density
3. A very low velocity
4. A very low temperature
5. A very high density
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lisamarie137
The formula for finding density is
1. $D=VD$
2. $D= M/V$
3. $D=M/D$
4. $D=MV$
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Of the following:

Solid Carbon
Liquid Nitrogen
Chlorine Gas

Which have a definite volume?
1. Solid Carbon
2. Liquid Nitrogen
3. Chlorine Gas
4. Solid Carbon and Liquid Nitrogen
5. Liquid Nitrogen and Chlorine Gas
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by sackjd
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lisamarie137
Define density.
1. the amount of space occupied by an object
2. the measurement of the quantity of matter in an object
3. the mass per unit volume of a material
4. the mass per unit density of a material
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by kaitlyn_woods
What is matter?
1. anything that has mass and takes up space
2. anything that has momentum and takes up space
3. the study of properties of mass and how it changes
4. something that cannot be broken down nto any other substances
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Which of the following best describes what happens to the molecules when you freeze a tray of liquid water.
1. The molecules slow down constantly until they are simply vibrating next to each other
2. The molecules speed up until they smash into each other and fuse together
3. The molecules increase in mass until the are too crowded to move
4. The molecules slow down, then form stronger bonds which stop them from moving around each other as much, and then begin slowing down again.
5. The molecules slow down while forming strong bonds and then come to a complete stop.
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by jlovering
Describing the number of molecules in a substance and the amount of space a substance occupies using the terms small, moderate, and large, which of the following answers best describes a substance with a low density?
1. A moderate number of molecules spread out over a large space
2. A small number of molecules spread out over a moderate space
3. A large number of molecules spread out over a small space
4. A small number of molecules spread out over a large space
5. All of the above
Grade 9 :: Properties of Matter by lrhalliday
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