# Quiz 1 - Value 1.less than 1 gallon of gasoline 2.about 5...

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Quiz 1 Physics . 1   Must two quantities have the same dimensions if you are adding Student Response Value 1.no 2.yes 100% Score: 10/10 2. 2   Must two quantities have the same dimensions if you are multip Student Response Value 1.No. 100% 2.Yes Score: 10/10 3. 3   Must two quantities have the same dimensions if you are subtra Student Response Value 1.no. 2.yes 100% Score: 10/10 4. 4   Must two quantities have the same dimensions if you are dividin Student Response Value 1.no. 100%

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Quiz 1 Physics Student Response Value 2.yes Score: 10/10 5. 5   Must two quantities have the same dimensions if you are equati Student Response Value 1.no. 2.yes 100% Score: 10/10 6. 6   The price of gasoline at a particular station is 1.3 euros per liter. 41 euros to buy gasoline. Knowing that 4 quarts make a gallon a quart, she quickly reasons that she can buy: Student Response
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Unformatted text preview: Value 1.less than 1 gallon of gasoline. 2.about 5 gallons of gasoline. 3.about 8 gallons of gasoline. 100% 4.more than 10 gallons of gasoline Score: 10/10 7. 7 In a machine shop, two cams are produced, one of aluminum an the same mass. Which cam is larger? Quiz 1 Physics Student Response Value 1.The aluminum cam is larger. 100% 2.The iron cam is larger. 3.Both cams are the same size Score: 10/10 8. 8 Dimensional analysis can give you the numerical value of const may appear in an algebraic expression. Student Response Value 1.True 2.False 100% Score: 10/10 9. 9 The distance between two cities is 100 mi. What is the number o cities? Student Response Value 1.smaller than 100 2.larger than 100 100% 3.equal to 100 Score: 10/10...
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Quiz 1 - Value 1.less than 1 gallon of gasoline 2.about 5...

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