Assessment ScoreCorrectly Answered: 8.00 out of a possible 10.00 (80.0%)Assessment Time: 5 minutesQuestion 1:You are given a sample of cold, brackish Antarctic Intermediate Water. Compared to an average open ocean water sample, what is the relative density?Type:Multiple ChoiceYour answer(s): •highQuestion 2:The simple relationship we have observed using the internal wave tank is:Type:Multiple ChoiceYour answer(s): •If water mass A is more dense than B, then A will sink below B when they are combined, while both maintain their physical properties (salinity).Question 3:In order to determine salinity by the temperature of the sample, what other parameter do we need to know and what method did we use to obtain it?Type:Multiple ChoiceYour answer(s): •density of water, hydrometer methodQuestion 4:In the Salinity lab we related salinity to density using the internal wave tank. According to the layering of solutions in the tank, we know:Type:Multiple ChoiceYour answer(s): •That as Salinity increases, Density increases.
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