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How many mg does a 433 kg sample contain?

4.33 × 10
8
mg

4.33 × 10
-4
mg

4.33 × 10
7
mg

4.33 × 10
-3
mg

4.33 × 10
6
mg




The concentration of a solution is 2.34 mol/L. What is the concentration in mol/mm
3
?

A) 2.34 x 10-6 mol/mm
3

B) 2.34 x 10-4 mol/mm
3

C) 2.34 x 106 mol/mm
3

D) 2.34 x 104 mol/mm
3

E) 234 mol/mm
3






It takes light one second to travel 2.998 × 10
8

m. How many kilometers does light travel
in exactly 24 hours ?

2.590 × 10
10
km
1.086 × 10
9
km
7.195 × 10
9
km
4.317 × 10
8
km
1.086 × 10
8
km





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Iridium (Ir) has a density of 22.5 g/cm
3
. What would be the mass in pounds of a
1.0 ft  1.0 ft  1.0 ft cube of iridium ? (1 lb = 453.6 g; 1 ft = 12 inch; 1 inch = 2.54 cm)

1.4  10
3
lb
6.20 lb
5.2 lb
1.5 lb
6.4  10
5
lb






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The temperature at 444 K is equivalent to,
A) 340.
o
F
B) 171
o
F
C) 95.0
o
F
D) 270.
o
C
E) -247
o
C







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Express the fraction 1/23 as a decimal to 4 significant figures.

0.04348
4.350 x 10
-2

0.0435
0.4347
0.0435







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What answer should be reported, with the correct number of significant figures, for the following calculation?
(433.621 - 333.9) × 11.900

1.19 × 10
3

1.187 × 10
3

1.1868 × 10
3

1.8680 × 10
3

1.186799 × 10
3
















Chemistry 101 CH#1: Chemistry The Central Science

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Perform the following mathematical operations, and give the result to the correct number of significant figures.
) 100 ( 100
10
875 . 9
10
795 . 9
10
875 . 9
2
2 2
exact is 

  

A) 8.1  10
– 1

B) 8.1  10
– 3

C) 8.101  10
–1

D) 2  10
1

E) 3.05  10
– 4





How many significant figures should the answer to the following calculation have?
(1.4312 - 1.1 x 10
-2
) ÷ (1.0712 x 10
-4
)

4
5
3
2
1





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What is defined as an initial (i.e., tentative) explanation for observations?

Hypothesis
Law
Theory
Phenomena
Prediction





Choose the pure substance from the list below.

sugar
coffee
air
lemon juice
milk


Identify the pure substance(s) from the following:

i. orange juice ii. steam iii. sea water iv. ozone (O
3
) gas v. air

ii, iv only
i, iii, v only
i, iii, iv only
iv only
all of them




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A physical property is:

a property that a sample displays without changing its composition.
the ability of a sample to undergo a chemical change.
a substance made of a single type of atom.
always visible.
a property which can not be determined without changing in composition.




The burning of wood is a:

A) chemical change
B) physical change
C) Chromatographic process
D) Distillation process
E) Filteration process






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A student performs an experiment to determine the density of a sugar solution. He obtains the
following results: 4.11 g/mL, 4.81 g/mL, 4.95 g/mL, 3.75 g/mL. If the actual value for the density of
the sugar solution is 4.75 g/mL, which statement below best describes his results?

A. His results are neither precise nor accurate.
B. His results are precise, but not accurate.
C. His results are accurate, but not precise.
D. His results are both precise and accurate
E. It isn't possible to judge the precision and accuracy with the information given.

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