What are line graphs?
What is the density of a mineral with a mass of #412# #g# and a volume of #8.2# #cm^3#?
In a scientific experiment, the mass of an object was determined to be 20.450 g, 20.313 g, and 21.013 g. What is the mean mass of the object? And the average deviation from the mean?
What are three examples of proper units you could use to measure perimeter?
What is linear mass density?
If the pressure is #0.7*atm#, what length of mercury column will this pressure support?
How do you find the first conversion in the factor label method?
A student measures the mass of a sample as 9.67 g. What is the percent error, given that the correct mass is 9.82 g?
What is the density and specific gravity of 250 mL of krypton gas with a mass of 0.934 g?
How do you convert 30 Â°C to Kelvin?
A cube made of an unknown material has a height of 9 cm. The mass of this cube is 3,645 grams. How do you calculate the density of this cube given this information?
Suppose you calculated the speed of light in an unknown substance to be #4.00 xx10^8# m/s. How could you tell if you made an error in your calculations?
Amaterial weighs 8 grams and takes up 2 cubic centimeters of space. What is the material's density in grams per cubic centimeter (#g/(cm^3)#)?
192 fl oz is equal to how many pints?
Estella investigated the properties of a grayish, shiny metal with a volume of 85 cubic centimeters (#cm^3#) and a mass of 212.5 grams (#g#). What is the density of the substance?
While vacationing in Europe, you feel sick and are told that you have a temperature of 40.2 C. What is your temperature in degrees Fahrenheit?
How would you round 0.0523 to one significant figure?
A piece of white pine wood has a density of #"430 kg/m"^3#. What is the mass of #"50 m"^3# of this wood?
The density of lead is 11.3 g/mL. What is the mass of 45 mL of the metal?
What units can measure distance?
What is the mass of one mole of calcium carbonate?
An average human body temperature is 98.6Â°F. What is average human body temperature in Kelvins?
A rock occupies a volume of 25 cm^3 and has a mass of 50 grams. How do you find the density of this rock?
What happens to density when a substance is compressed?
What is #rho_"titanium"# in #lb*"inch"^-3#?
What do call the curved surface of water in a measuring cylinder?
A thermometer containing 7.8 g of mercury has broken. If mercury a density of 13.6 g/mL, what volume spilled?
What is 25.17 dal (decaliters) as ml?
How much is 3 Kelvin?
How do you convert milliliters to liters?
How do you convert 4 #yd^2# to #ft^2#?
How do you find out the mass of 6 billion dust particles, if a dust particle has a mass of #7.53 xx 10^-10# g?
Calculate the mass density of a pure sample of oxygen gas at a pressure
of 1.0 atm, a volume of 7.8 L at 197.2C?
CsBr crystallises in a body-centred cubic (bcc) lattice. The unit cell lengt is 436.6pm. Given that the atomic mass of Cs= 133u and that of Br=80u. What will be the density of CsBr?
How should you always read a graduated cylinder?
A coffee mug can hold of 3/5 pint of water. How many mugs could be filled by 6 pints of water?
The weight of a body in water is one third of its weight in air. What is the density of the material of the body?
How do you convert 2 yards into a metric unit?
Which would melt first, germanium with a melting point of 1210 K or gold with a melting point of 1064 Â°C?
Which is denser, chloroform or mercury?
A block of brown sugar has a volume of 8 #cm^3# and a mass of 12g? What is the density of the brown sugar?
A box contains 36 tins of cleaning powder. Each tin contains 225 g of the powder, and the tin itself has a mass of 15 g. If the full box has a mass of 10 kg, what is the mass of the empty box?
Gold has a density of 19.3 g/cm^3. A cube of gold measure's 4.23 cm on each edge. What is the volume of the cube?
A piece of titanium metal has a mass of #67.5# #g# and a volume of #15# #cm^3#. What is the density of titanium?
How do you convert L to millimeters?
What density is expressed by a gas that has a mass of #42*kg#, and occupies a volume of #22*m^3#?
What are significant figures and why do they matter?
A jar contains 30 mL of glycerin (whose mass is 37.8 g) and 60 mL of corn syrup (whose mass is 82.8 g). How do you calculate the density of each liquid? Which liquid is on top?
On the Kelvin scale, what is absolute zero temperature in Fahrenheit?
What is the density of a sample of a liquid, given that 2.00 feet cubed of the liquid weighs 97.5 pounds?
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