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1. 11A-1   Since the volume of a blue block is one-half the volume of a red block, the density of a blue block is  ______________ the density of a red block.    Student Response Value Feedback A. one-half   B. equal to   C.  twice 100%    Score: 1/1    2. 11A-2   Each block pushed down on the underlying surface with a force (its weight) that is __________________ the  downward force exerted by the other block.    Score: 1/1    3. 11A-3   The blocks weigh the same and their bases have the same area, so the two blocks exert _____________  pressure on the underlying surface.

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Score: 1/1    4. 11A-4   The two red blocks also form a ___________________ uppper surface.    Score: 1/1    5. 11A-5   Viewed from the side, the "stepped" upper surface formed by the blocks slopes downward from the red block to  the blue block and therefore from the ____________________ block.    Score: 1/1
11A-6   This causes the pressure exerted by each stack of blocks on the underlying table or desk surface to  ______________.    Score: 1/1    7. 11A-7   At the same time, the pressure exerted on the tabletop by the red stack is ______________ to the pressure  exerted on the tabletop by the blue stack.

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