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Metric Measurement Conversion
Part I
1.
40 ml = _ L
2. 5000 L = _ kl
3. 8 g = _ kg
4.
12000 L = _ kl
5. 50 mg = _ g
6. 6000 m = _ km
7.
200 kg = _ g
8. 10000 g = _ kg
9. 500 ml = _ L
10.
1 L = _ ml
11.
4000 L = _ kl
12. 400 cm = _ m
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Chapter 2 Review
1) What is the SI base unit of length? _ Mass? _ Time? _
Temperature?_
2) Convert 321 g to kg: _ Convert 321 g to mg: _
3) Convert 5.5 kL to L: _
Convert 55 mL to L: _
4) What is the common unit for the volume of a sol
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LAB: Density of an unknown metal
Read the entire lab and complete the Pre-Lab at the end of this handout.
Background Information
Density is a physical property. It can be used to help identify a substance or check its purity. Once you
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LAB: Density of a rubber stopper
Background Information: Density of an object is equal the mass of an object divided by its volume.
m
d
V
d = density (g/cm3)
m = mass in grams (g)
V = volume (cm3)
Mass can be measured by using the bala
QUIZ - 8
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Convert the following temperatures:
1)
67.3oC to oF:
2)
239 K to oC
3)
33oC to K
4)
99oF to oC
QUIZ - 8
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Convert the following temperatures:
1)
67.3oC to oF:
2)
239 K to oC
3)
33oC to K
4)
99oF to oC
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QUIZ: Density
1)(5 points) A cup of sugar has a volume of 237 cm3. What
is the mass of the cup of sugar if density is 1.59 g/ cm3?
Analysis (2 points):
Given:_
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Find: _
Solution (2 points):
Answer (1 point):_. You must include units.
K = oC + 273
o
C = K - 273
o
C = 5/9(oF - 32)
o
F = 9/5(oC) + 32
In your notebooks, convert the following using the
formulas above:
1) 380 Kelvin to Celsius
2) 261 Kelvin to Celsius
3) -47 Celsuis to Kelvin
4) 123 Celsius to Kelvin
5) 79.6 Fahrenheit to K
Unit Conversion Tutorial
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Go to the following website:
http:/joneslhs.weebly.com
Click on the Learn button on the left. Read the tutorial first. When you think that you
understand the idea, go back to the Main Menu and click on One Step Conversions
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Quiz Metric conversions
1) 9200 L = _ kL
2) 3240 mg = _ g
3) 4300000 g = _ kg
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Quiz Metric conversions
1) 230 L = _ kL
2) 7283 mL = _ L
3) 165 m = _ mm
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Quiz Metric conversions
1) 723 mg = _ kg
2) 37 g = _
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Chapter 2 Section 2.1: Density Worksheet
Show your work for all problems. No credit will be given if the students work is not shown.
Remember, each answer MUST CONTAIN UNITS.
1. A gold-colored ring has a mass of 18.9 grams and a volume
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Lab: Density of the wood
Objective: measure the length, width, height, and mass of one wood block, then calculate its
volume and density.
Materials: wood block, metric ruler, digital balance, calculator
Procedure and analysis:
1. Obtai
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Quiz on SCIENTIFIC NOTATION
True/False
Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
1. 5.685 x 10-6 is the same as 0.0000005685
Multiple Choice
2. What is 78,900,000,000 expressed in scientific notation?
a. 789 109
b 7.89 109
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c.
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QUIZ: Percent Error, Accuracy, Precision
1. The accepted value for the mass is 5.67 g. If the
experimental mass is 5.89 g, what is the percent error of
this measurement?
Given: List what is given and what is unknown 3 points
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Unknow
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QUIZ: Percent Error
The accepted value for the mass is 5.67 g. If the experimental
mass is 5.89 g, what is the percent error of this measurement?
Given:
_
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Find:_
Analysis: List all formulas that you will use:
Solution:
Answer: _ (mus
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QUIZ: Rounding Rules, Significant Figures
1) Round the number 99.3182638 to 4 significant figures:
2) Round the number 0.031574 to 3 significant figures:
3) Which value has 4 significant digits? (Circle one)
a.
b.
0.3921
0.392
c.
d.
0.
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Significant Figures
1. How many significant figures are there in each of the following measurement?
23 cm
32.8 m
1.498 cm
107 mm
248.3 s
0.238 km
9.855 mL
8.0335 cm
76.414 kg
0.05587 m
3.58 g
804.58 kg
14.809 cm
0.007832 cg
107.334 km
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Project: Three discoveries and inventions in chemistry
Your goal: Create a PowerPoint presentation on three discoveries or inventions in chemistry
important to the humankind. This an INDIVIDUAL assignment.
Details:
1) Timelines on the
CP Chem-Chapter 1 Formative Test DO NOT WRITE ON THIS TEST.
TEST #
Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
1. Which is a qualitative data?
3. Which of the following is quantitative measurement?
a. col
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CHAPTER 1 PRACTICE TEST
Questions 1-5 refer to the example and table below:
A student conducts an experiment to determine the effect of adding milk of magnesia on the boiling temperature
of water. The results are shown below.
Sample
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Lab: Develop Observation Skills
Background: Observations are often used to make inferences. An inference is an explanation or interpretation
of observation.
Materials: two petri dishes, beaker with water, oil, liquid soap, mil
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PRETEST: Chemistry Math Skills
1) Solve without the calculator:
105
103
2) Which is bigger, 1 kilogram or 1 milligram? _
3) If 80 grams of salt can dissolve in 100 grams of water, how
many grams of water will be required to dissolve