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Practice Problems 1 KEY

# Practice Problems 1 KEY - X Au AN§wW MA‘V kw he Pﬂorm...

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Unformatted text preview: X Au AN§wW MA‘V kw: he Pﬂorm CHEMISTRY 1414 - . ‘ Spring 2011 SWN'F‘M Fax/MI PracticeProblem Set#1 3‘ AH (,OA/thnm)’ (gm/1,07 WUYC jiuu [,U CIUS,WLNI\ Win 9 1).Perform the following conversions: 8 0") V9 A E’AM CINE {LHT a). Convert 37.4 ﬂuid ounces to 3 m WW1 ' “1L 571‘IHM(Z‘7'[7‘ML)1 )‘HHD ”‘L ‘34“ “7 ' i F' 0% 1UM§Ak\ - dekaliters g7‘1 Ft 0%(W)(W L}/i OJLLJZO [HA/1L Ill: oz imam haw“ \‘ Peta‘i‘erszmw'm USWL) 'L ’P L): Mmo‘W’L (IFIM ,(looomﬂl XIo"L 119374;.“ 145»qu 33" :44 3“ I HHOJ 3 I F; 0.2 ’4‘“. IODLM ‘ ‘ M b). The density of a metal alloy is 728.389 ounces/cubic inch. Convert this to: g/mL nanograms per attoliter Y! Q N mg/pL 6LT “(7C Gg/daL c). Convert 97.56 ° F to: °C TH) 5;:(4WM-22F): \$9411: Knngg,qz'(<ﬂ)+ 2:13.ng = %04.97 k I°C EM * iM/AAL 7L\$3\$ﬁn (W )3<M5)(2:M um )(30009 7'5"" 15th 7:: H,” 1.1M”, )uj ) ‘— 1.160%102’9/m1. ‘ T/v M/ﬁ-L 3 . “(mowxmmu IL ) ML )3 lL Ixro’gaL : 1 1M) MO')’ Na/aL ~ \N Mj/ML a 3 [ML "L rm ”009 7L3>.)2\$C\o°c 1'.» NUS.“ “WM” ’5 w T (1.01M [ML IDOOAL 166} 0; W5 _‘ 3 - lléOHO ”MI/ML - IN (MM 3 h w AWE“ mum} ML {ODD/ma ‘1'0‘3 IL_ [ML d). Convert the temperature of liquid nitrogen, 77.0 K, to: -°C Tl‘tl: 710K<L°_C)_ZW;J§‘C :~lclL.Z ”C m o D °FT('f—):6’FX “mutatQIF —3UlF ['6 e). The closest possible opposition of Venus to Earth 15 23. 7 x 106 miles Express this 1n: Q N0,“- D4,; I WOT [111.0er Siclf/«JTV‘FK _ M 237,111” Plan N 77 M O ,1.- I J _ “(rmlmlﬁxlw ; - Tm ‘ W I I (M M M 2 1»?+“*%1%>1m1<«,1.:m WW =5.11110'1TM pm 2.81 now 1W») -. 2311“on x; / l M PltomﬁTW 3.111112% (ML) 9.1l110q/i/lm l 24 [p ‘ ”1 1). Convert 6.843 x 104 oz yd2 y '2 to Joules (oz = ounces, yd = yards, y = years). 1.1 1 4133221131111 )1 m 1131111211111“ )1 1+4) u Vi 1m 2.11;”. M 100'” an”; 171, ”ES 2.) Lgmv’” “W/L Mum“? I 2). A sample of antimony metal occupies a volume of 64. 22 mm3. If the density of antimony is 6. 66 g/mL, and the atomic mass is 121. 760 g/mol, how many atoms of antimony are present in this sample? ”PM“! W! 0F Y!) é‘i-HMM31i5‘1j17’C’iEXEQ) 0.111777 IOAM ML L611“ 3.7 F17 03107; < 2% )1 4.0211110“ mm ) : 1.11 >410" I 11.760 3 Mel A—HMS \$1, 3). A 786.55 lb object is moving at a speed 186,000 miles/second. What energy (in MJ) is exerted by this object? Slot” 1/» ml; :) I3L><l05m [%r)( 11.2» )(Lﬂmx ha) rm. .———-——- —--K 5 ' ""‘ qu 1m loom Mm ' k ' I Z ‘7‘be . - 75c.r911.(,4\)- gym“) .. W3 L\ Eilwv‘ﬁ LRMJWMZ‘MNDMA) 4). Perform the following operations and express the solution with the proper number of : I {i ”0103 signiﬁcant ﬁgures: new a). W; 00320111115; W} M _‘ 3.25 x7006 1% wk _ 11'2“” : pug/WM" ‘15 . l :1: :1: i W. b). (604.01+0.53) 321.81 1.80x 10 V ”A“ 3.530 x 10'3 : (04.5: >4 311.3114 [.3w10’3 W 3.§31_)>¢1D'g ._ “9.171: : ﬂﬁgolh‘ﬁ —3 GMIDO 8;“ 67.02%1’9” M A 3.9397410“ ...
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