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Kyle Paulk SI CHEM 1201: Dr. Butler 1. Convert 3.42 g into kilograms 2. What is the volume in mL of 10.5 g of Br 2 ? (The density of Br 2 is 3.1 g/cm 3 ) 3. What is the mass (in kg) of 3.2 L of Br 2 ? 4. How many inches are in 2.0 miles? 5. Your SI can run a marathon (26.22 miles) in 2.925 hours (I wish). What is his average speed in m/s? 6. If I average driving 60.0 miles/hour when traveling (including stops and sleeping) how far can I get in 3.5 days? 7. 1mL is equal to 1cm 3 . What is the mass (in kg) of 2.0 m 3 of Br 2 ? Hint: You will have to make a new conversion factor between cm 3 and m 3 . This can be done by cubing both sides of the 100 cm = 1 m conversion factor. You must remember to cube the number as well as the units. 8. Give the chemical Formula 1. Strontium Nitrate 2. Calcium Chloride 3. Phosphoric acid 4. Potassium Chromate 5. Ammonium Sulfate 6. Iron (II) Cloride 7. Iodine tribromide
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Kyle Paulk SI CHEM 1201: Dr. Butler 9. Give the name for the following chemical formulas
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