0 Up votes0 Down votes

204 views5 pageschem

Oct 13, 2013

© Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

PDF, TXT or read online from Scribd

chem

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

204 views

chem

Attribution Non-Commercial (BY-NC)

- Ingles Cuadros Vocabulary
- Chapter 4 Worksheet
- Refined deodorized sunflower oil - Chemical Products Specification Sheet - Chemiglob.com
- Bishop Preface
- gNuevo docuasdasdd
- Thermodynamic Analysis of the Ti-B-O-C System and Obtaining of the Mixture of a Boride and Carbide of the Titanium
- Starch
- Chemical Changes
- Olympiad 2013 R1 Mark Scheme
- Unit 18.doc
- Stoikiometri_1
- null
- Uji Profisiensi PTA.pdf
- 3 Chemistry
- SPE-19215-MS
- g8sci
- acids and bases lab
- digital unit plan template 1
- Flange b16.47 Bs Awwa
- Catalizador de Plata S888

You are on page 1of 5

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) Molecules can be described as A) mixtures of two or more pure substances. B) heterogeneous mixtures. C) mixtures of two or more elements that has a specic ratio between components. D) two or more atoms chemically joined together. E) homogeneous mixtures. 2) Choose the pure substance from the list below. A) sugar B) lemonade C) sea water D) milk E) air 3) Choose the heterogeneous mixture from the list below. A) black coffee B) chicken noodle soup C) chlorine gas D) sports drink E) carbon (graphite) 4) Ammonia is an example of A) an element. C) a homogeneous mixture. 1)

2)

3)

5) A physical change A) occurs when water is evaporated. B) occurs when iron rusts. C) occurs when propane is burned for heat. D) occurs when sugar is heated into caramel. E) occurs when glucose is converted into energy within your cells. 6) Which of the following are examples of intensive properties? A) volume B) mass C) density D) None of the above are examples of intensive properties. E) All of the above are examples of intensive properties.

6)

7) Which of the following are examples of a chemical change? A) water boiling B) leaves turning color in the fall C) coffee brewing D) salt dissolves in water E) None of the above are chemical changes. 8) If a solution has a temperature of 355 K, what is its temperature in degrees celsius? A) 628C B) 82C C) 279C D) 165C E) 179C 9) How many of the following numbers contain 3 signicant gures? 0.408 9.040 0.0400 9.05 10 24 A) one B) two C) three D) four

7)

8)

9)

10) Without using a calculator, solve the following problem: [(1 10 -8) (1 10 5)]2 (1 10 6) A) 1 10 0 B) 1 10 6 C) 1 10 -18 D) 1 10 -12

10)

12) The width, length, and height of a large, custom-made shipping crate are 1.22 m, 3.22 m, and 0.83 m, respectively. The volume of the box using the correct number of signicant gures is __________ m3. A) 3.3 B) 3.26057 C) 3.261 D) 3.2606 E) 3.26 13) How many signicant gures are there in the answer for the following problem? [(143.7 - 121) 2.06] = ? 0.600 A) one B) two C) three D) four

13)

14) How many signicant gures are there in the answer for the following problem? 56.4 + 0.8822 + 21 = ? A) one B) two C) three D) four

14)

15) Read the length of the metal bar with the correct number of signicant gures.

15)

A) 15.000 cm B) 15.0 cm C) 15.00 cm D) 15 cm E) 20 cm 16) How many cm 3 are contained in 3.77 10 4 mm3? A) 3.77 10 -10 cm3 B) 3.77 10 6 cm3 C) 3.77 10 1 cm3 D) 3.77 10 4 cm3 E) 3.77 10 20 cm3 17) A student performs an experiment to determine the density of a sugar solution. She obtains the following results: 1.71 g/mL, 1.73 g/mL, 1.67 g/mL, 1.69 g/mL. If the actual value for the density of the sugar solution is 1.40 g/mL, which statement below best describes her results? A) Her results are neither precise nor accurate. B) Her results are accurate, but not precise. C) Her results are both precise and accurate D) Her results are precise, but not accurate. E) It isn't possible to determine with the information given. 18) An alligator is 244.0 cm long. How long is he in feet? A) 6.00 ft B) 9.00 ft C) 8.00 feet 19) How many cm are in 22.2 ft? A) 4.70 cm B) 677 cm 17) 16)

C) 56.4 cm

D) 0.728 cm

E) 105 cm 20)

20) Gas is sold for $1.399 per liter in Toronto, Canada. Your car needs 12.00 gallons. How much will your credit card be charged in Canadian dollars? A) $67.15 B) $4.44 C) $63.54 D) $16.79

21) If the walls in a room are 955 square feet in area, and a gallon of paint covers 15 square yards, how many gallons of paint are needed for the room? (3 ft = 1 yd) A) 7.1 gallons B) 24 gallons C) 21 gallons D) 47 gallons E) 2.3 gallons

21)

1) D 2) A 3) B 4) B 5) A 6) C 7) B 8) B 9) C 10) D 11) A 12) A 13) B 14) B 15) C 16) C 17) D 18) C 19) B 20) C 21) A

- Ingles Cuadros VocabularyUploaded byAron Batista
- Chapter 4 WorksheetUploaded byJules Bruno
- Refined deodorized sunflower oil - Chemical Products Specification Sheet - Chemiglob.comUploaded byChemiglob
- Bishop PrefaceUploaded bySunil Dahiya
- gNuevo docuasdasddUploaded byfer
- Thermodynamic Analysis of the Ti-B-O-C System and Obtaining of the Mixture of a Boride and Carbide of the TitaniumUploaded byAJER JOURNAL
- StarchUploaded byJaniverson Macaraig
- Chemical ChangesUploaded byMarta
- Olympiad 2013 R1 Mark SchemeUploaded byPopa Elena
- Unit 18.docUploaded byAbdou Ramzi
- Stoikiometri_1Uploaded byAnonymous 6MSekAxCnZ
- nullUploaded byapi-26697679
- Uji Profisiensi PTA.pdfUploaded bytomysetiyadi
- 3 ChemistryUploaded byمحمد سعيد
- SPE-19215-MSUploaded byCrisca Fume
- g8sciUploaded byWilliam Alex Echeverria Lemus
- acids and bases labUploaded byapi-436597457
- digital unit plan template 1Uploaded byapi-385539760
- Flange b16.47 Bs AwwaUploaded bymaupatas
- Catalizador de Plata S888Uploaded byAlvaro Jose Herazo Vega
- 7 scienceUploaded byMaha Rauf
- Benzoic Acid.pdfUploaded byBernard Barrameda
- Sci 2 Apparatus n Safety Work in Biology Laboratory.docxUploaded byCharolineNoni
- a (10)Uploaded bytayefeh
- ThisisUploaded byXkskdc Sjajcja
- power point in earth and life science MINERALUploaded byAlvin Pabores
- UBOLTUploaded bySuper 7
- Full test 11.pdfUploaded byhoang lich
- Science question for 3rd elementary schoolUploaded byblue_septin
- environmental literacy survey-2Uploaded byapi-328095872

- 13F CHM2210 Quirke E7 Final (Part 2)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- 11s Chm1046 Fiu Delavega t4Uploaded byJules Bruno
- 12F-CHM1045-FIU-GSL-T1Uploaded byJules Bruno
- 1045 Practice Exam 1Uploaded byJules Bruno
- 45 Ex2 PracticeUploaded byJules Bruno
- De La Vega Exam1f22013Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Test 2 Spring 2005 (Acid & Base Titrations)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- C202H S09 T1Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Advanced Organic - 2008 Practice TestUploaded byJules Bruno
- Advanced Organic - 2006 Practice TestUploaded byJules Bruno
- MCAT R3 Chapters 4Uploaded byJules Bruno
- MCAT Chapters 1 & 2Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Practice Exam3anskeyUploaded byJules Bruno
- Practice Exam3Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Practice Exam1 KeyUploaded byJules Bruno
- Practice Exam1Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter Exam2 Version1Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (10A) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (9A) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (8A) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (7A) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (6A) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (5A-5B) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (4A-4E) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (3A-3C) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (2A-2C) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Lichter CHM1045 Quizzes (1A-1F) (Spring 2012)Uploaded byJules Bruno
- Chapter 1 WorksheetUploaded byJules Bruno
- Chapter 12 Dienes and Allyl Systems ReviewUploaded byJules Bruno

- PORTAFOLIO QUIMICAUploaded bysamm
- chap1lect_2013.pptUploaded byElijah
- Is Matter Around Us PureUploaded bynidhisg
- Exam 1Uploaded byPaul Johnssons
- Chemisty 12th ProjectUploaded byPArk100
- Budget of Work Science 5Uploaded byRandy
- 4. Is matter around is pure _C-NN_done.docUploaded byVinod Agrawal
- RPH WEEK 30Uploaded bymexflozia
- Chemistry Summative Study Guide.docxUploaded byJohanna Evan Cantos Doliente
- periodical testUploaded byJennifer Guiao
- Chapter 01Uploaded bydostin
- Basic Concept of chemistryUploaded byIpshita Pathak
- Physical Science Unit 4 Study GuideUploaded bymisterbrowner
- year 7 teacher reference term 1 - introduction to science and chemistryUploaded byapi-350319898
- 11 Chem. Notes Theory HYUploaded byTushar Raj
- Best Practice - Ice Cream Activity (Iris Lo)Uploaded bycatnissrangers
- Module 1- Introduction Font 12Uploaded byruthraquino
- Exam 1 ReviewdUploaded byAli Khormi
- Chemistry_Review.pdfUploaded bySRGVP
- separating mixtures labUploaded byapi-305324821
- 3.1 Classifying Matter NotesUploaded byJam Ul Gee
- chap01 jacaranda chemistry prelimUploaded byPatrick Chen
- ch11_ppt_12thUploaded byneedforschool
- Mixture_readingarticle2.pdfUploaded byReziel Basilan Manalo
- Class VI-English Version- General ScienceUploaded bySarker Choton
- Chapter 1 IntroductionUploaded bysarahsimon94
- 01 Introduction to Construction Materials Elearning . 2016 DocUploaded byMarly Marl
- Science 4Uploaded byBiglolo Biglala
- Extraction of Lithium From B-spodumene Using Chlorination Roasting- ListoUploaded byJoseBautista
- 8 - Separation of a Mixture (1)Uploaded bytessasuzanne

## Much more than documents.

Discover everything Scribd has to offer, including books and audiobooks from major publishers.

Cancel anytime.