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Practise Exam Chapter 1 1. A distance of 18 x 10 - 3 meters is numerically equivalent to A) 1.8 micrometers B) 1.8 millimeters C) 0.18 meters D) 1.8 centimeters E) 18 kilometers 2. How many cubic inches are in 1.00 dm 3 ? 1 in = 2.54 cm. A) 61.0 in 3 B) 155 in 3 C) 394 in 3 D) 1.64 x 10 4 in 3 E) 383 x 10 2 in 3 3. Mercury, which has a density of 13.595 g cm -3 , is usually stored in iron vessels for shipment. Typically, these vessels have a capacity of 2.60 liters. How many pounds of mercury would a filled container hold? 1 pound = 0.4536 kg, 1 liter = 1 dm 3 = 1000 cm 3 . 4. How many micrometers are there in 3.672 km? 5. Which one of the following is an SI base unit? Page 1

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6. The SI base units of temperature and mass respectively are A) degree and gram B) kelvin and kilogram C) celsius and milligram D) °K and kilogram E) kelvin and gram
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