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# 6 back calculate the volume of a brick that is 34 cm

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Unformatted text preview: _______________________________________________________________ EXERCISES 5. 6. Back Calculate the volume of a brick that is 34 cm long by 7.0 cm wide by 14 cm high. A certain metal ingot has a mass of 3951 g, and measures 10.2 cm by 8.2 cm by 4.2 cm. Calculate the density of the metal. Forward Main Menu TOC Study Guide TOC Textbook Website MHHE Website 8 / Chemistry: The Study of Change 7. The melting point of cesium metal is 28.4°C. What is the melting point in degrees Fahrenheit? 8. On a sunny summer day the temperature inside a closed automobile can reach 128°F. Convert this to degrees Celsius. 9. Express the following amounts in exponential notation in terms of the base unit with no prefix. a. 7 µg b. 8.0 nm c. 0.14 ML d. 1.0 ks MATH REVIEW AND SIGNIFICANT FIGURES STUDY OBJECTIVES 1. 2. 3. Express numbers and perform calculations in exponential notation. Determine the number of significant figures in a given number and in a number that is the result of a mathematical calculation. Round off numbers to the desired digit. Exponential Notation. Many of the quantities (numbers) encountered in chemistry are more easily manipulated when they a...
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