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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 14Given the density of Au is 19.3 g/cm, determine the mass of gold (ingrams) in an ingot with the dimensions of 10.0 in x 4.00 in x 3.00 in.32.32 x 103none of the above0.1613.80 x 104102
2 / 2 ptsQuestion 15The base SI unit for temperature is:
3/26/2020M01 Quiz - Chapters 1 & 2: 0AJ-Spring 2020-Introductory Chemistry ICelsiusnone of the aboveFahrenheit2 / 2 ptsQuestion 16When the value 4.449 is rounded to two significant figures, the numbershould be reported as:
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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 17Suppose a thermometer has marks at every one degree increment andthe mercury level on the thermometer is exactly between the 25 and 26degree Celcius marks. We should properly report the temperaturemeasurement as:
3/26/2020M01 Quiz - Chapters 1 & 2: 0AJ-Spring 2020-Introductory Chemistry I25.50 Co25.55 Co2 / 2 ptsQuestion 18How many inches are in 25.8 cm?28.3 innone of the above0.0984 in10.2 in0.10 in
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2 / 2 ptsQuestion 19What is the base SI unit for length?
3/26/2020M01 Quiz - Chapters 1 & 2: 0AJ-Spring 2020-Introductory Chemistry I2 / 2 ptsQuestion 20A popular science demonstration is to take several liquids that will not mixtogether and "stack" these liquids in a tall glass cylinder. Suppose thefollowing three liquids were places in the same tall, narrow glass cylinder:SUBSTANCE DENSITY (g/mL)vinegar1.01motor oil0.87corn syrup1.36These liquids would stack in which order?
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