# Matter & Density

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• 1.
If the deminsons of rectangular prisim are 8cm, 4cm and 2 cm and its mass is 768 g, what is the objects density?
• A.

24 g/cm3

• B.

18 g/cm3

• C.

16 g/cm3

• D.

12 g/cm3

• 2.
Buring wood is an example of what?
• A.

Chemical Change

• B.

Physical Change

• 3.
Melting cheese is example of what?
• A.

Chemical Change

• B.

Physical Change

• 4.
Water freezes at what temperature?
• A.

32 degrees C

• B.

100 degrees F

• C.

32 degrees F

• D.

212 degrees C

• 5.
When you see water on the outside of a cold glass of water, it is _____________________?
• A.

Evaporation

• B.

Condensation

• C.

Sublimation

• D.

Boiling

• 6.
If the density of a object is 108 g/cm3 and its mass is 9g. What is the objects volume?
• A.

972 cm3

• B.

11 cm3

• C.

9 cm3

• D.

12 cm3

• 7.
Which of the following is not a chemical change?
• A.

Rust on a bike

• B.

• C.

Tearing paper

• D.

Baking a cake

• 8.
If a object has a mass of 105 g and a volume of 7 mL, what is the objects density?
• A.

735 g/mL3

• B.

105 g/mL3

• C.

13 g/mL3

• D.

15 g/mL3

• 9.
Which of the following is not a physcial change?
• A.

Cutting hair

• B.

Crushing a can

• C.

Penny turning green

• D.

Water freezing

• 10.
Liquid to a complete gas is:
• A.

Boiling

• B.

Evaporation

• C.

Melting

• D.

Freezing

• 11.
If a object has a density of 12 g/cm3 and volume of 15 cm3, what is the object's mass?
• A.

15 g

• B.

170 g

• C.

180 g

• D.

12 g

• 12.
100 degrees C is the temperature at water _______________:
• A.

Freezes

• B.

Boils

• C.

Melts

• D.

Condenses

• 13.
When an object changes forms but not whats it made if, it is called a chemical change.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 14.
If a cube has sides of 2 cm and the mass of the cube is 128g, what is objects density?
• A.

16 g/cm3

• B.

12 g/cm3

• C.

14 g/cm3

• D.

8 g/cm3

• 15.
Buring charcole at a cook out is an exmaple of physcial change.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 16.
If the mass of the object is 7g and the volume is 8 mL, what is the object's density?
• A.

0.775 g/mL3

• B.

0.875 g/mL3

• C.

0.675 g/mL3

• D.

0.865 g/mL3

• 17.
Buring a candle is an exmaple of a:
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 18.
Sawing wood is an example of a
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 19.
If the Denisty of an object is 12.5 g/cm3 and its volume is 6 cm3, what is the objects mass?
• A.

75 g

• B.

70 g

• C.

65 g

• D.

60 g

• 20.
At 0 degrees C, water
• A.

Freezes

• B.

Melting

• C.

Evaporates

• D.

Condenses

• 21.
Mixing baking soda and vinegar is an exmaple of:
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 22.
Melting chocolate is an example of
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 23.
If the volume of a object is 9 cm3 and its mass is 207 g, what is the objects density.
• A.

18 g/cm3

• B.

23 g/cm3

• C.

15 g/cm3

• D.

24 g/cm3

• 24.
Melting a metal is an example of
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 25.
If a object has deminsions of 3cm, 2cm and 2 cm and its mass is 240g, what is the objects density?
• A.

2 g/cm3

• B.

20 g/cm3

• C.

21 g/cm3

• D.

18 g/cm3

• 26.
If an object has a density of 88 g/cm3 and mass of 4 g, what is volume of the object?
• A.

22 cm3

• B.

20 cm3

• C.

24 cm3

• D.

18 cm3

• 27.
At which temperature does water boil?
• A.

0 C

• B.

212 C

• C.

100 C

• D.

55 C

• 28.
Dry ice to a CO2 gas is a
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 29.
Roasting marshmelllows is an example of
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change

• 30.
Making Lemonade is an example of a
• A.

Physical Change

• B.

Chemical Change