Parallel Exercises B
Parallel Exercises B
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Note: You will need to refer to Table 1.4 below to complete some of the following exercises.

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 1 What is your mass in kilograms? In grams? 2 What is the mass density of iron if 5.0 cm3 has a mass of 39.5 g? 3 What is the mass of a 10.0 cm3 cube of copper? 4 If ice has a mass density of 0.92 g/cm3, what is the volume of 5,000 g of ice? 5 If you have 51.5 g of a 50.0 cm3 volume of one of the substances listed in Table 1.4, which one is it? 6 What is the mass of gasoline (ρ = 0.680 g/cm3) in a 94.6 L gasoline tank? 7 What is the volume of a 2.00 kg pile of iron cans that are melted, then cooled into a solid cube? 8 A cubic tank holds 1,000.0 kg of water. What are the dimensions of the tank in meters? Explain your reasoning. 9 A hot dog bun (volume 240 cm3) with a density of 0.15 g/cm3 is crushed in a picnic cooler into a volume of 195 cm3. What is the new density of the bun? 10 According to Table 1.4, what volume of iron would be needed to balance a 1.00 cm3 sample of lead on a two-pan laboratory balance?

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