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Chapter 3: Worksheet Name: CHM 1025 1. Use dimensional analysis to covert the following (metric) a. 1.25 x 10 -3 km m b. 35.69 cm m c. 78.2 dm cm d. 456.2 pm nm e. 5.68 x10 10 µm m f. 345.7 mL L g. 1.32 x 10 -5 L mL h. 4500.2 m km i. 8.52 x 10 8 pm m j. 74.6 nm km Chapter 3 1

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2. Use dimensional analysis to convert the following (metric and English) a. 156.4 km mi b. 89.54 ft m c. 45.89 yd km d. 12.7 lb g e. 32.67 in cm f. 454 oz lb g. 658.2 oz g h. 5.6 x10 4 L qt i. 45.9 cm 3 mL j. 120 mi yd Chapter 3 2
3. Convert the following temperatures a. 35.6

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Unformatted text preview: ° C ° F b. 689 ° F ° C c. 45.3 ° C K d. 4568 K ° C e. 78.65 ° F K f. 856 K ° F Chapter 3 3 4. Calculate the following density questions a. What is the density (in g/mL) of a piece of wood if the volume is 32 mL and the mass is 120 g? b. What is the volume of a piece of candy if the density is 2.45 g/mL and the mass is 12.5 g? c. What is the mass of a piece of rubber if the density is 1.19 g/mL and the volume is 1450 mL? Chapter 3 4...
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This note was uploaded on 10/20/2011 for the course CHEM 1025 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '10 term at Valencia.

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Chapter 3worksheet-1 - ° C ° F b. 689 ° F ° C c. 45.3...

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