Matching



Match each item with the correct statement below. a.  accuracy  e.  mass  b.  Kelvin temperature scale  f.  absolute zero  c.  Celsius temperature
scale  g.  volume  d.  weight  h.  precision 


1.

the closeness to true or accepted value


2.

the force of gravity on an object


3.

to reproduce a range of measurements that are close together


4.

the SI scale for temperature


5.

the amount of matter an object contains


6.

the amount of space an object occupies.


7.

based on the freezing and boiling points of water


8.

the lowest point on the Kelvin temperature scale

Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the
statement or answers the question.


9.

On the Celsius scale, at what temperature does water freeze?


10.

How many meters are there in 1,865 cm?
a.  186.5  b.  18.65  c.  0.1865  d.  1.865 


11.

The SI unit that is used to measure time is the ____.
a.  kelvin  c.  second  b.  kilogram  d.  meter 


12.

Which of the following is an example of a safe laboratory procedure?
a.  eating or drinking from laboratory glassware  b.  tying back long hair
and loose clothing  c.  testing an odor by directly inhaling the
vapor  d.  touching hot objects with your bare hands 


13.

0.25 g = ____________ mg
a.  0.025  b.  2500  c.  250  d.  0.25



14.

The accepted value is 15.63. Which correctly describes this student’s
experimental data? Trial  Measurement  1  12.84  2  13.02  3  12.96   
a.  precise but not accurate  c.  neither accurate nor
precise  b.  accurate but not precise  d.  both accurate and precise 


15.

A volume of 1 milliliter is equivalent to
a.  1 gram.  b.  1 cm^{3}  c.  10 L^{3}  d.  0.5
L 


16.

The relationship between the mass m of a material, its volume V,
and its density D is
a.  D = V/m.  c.  D = m/V.  b.  D = mV.  d.  D = m +
v. 


17.

A box is 25 cm long, 6 cm wide, and 4 cm high. How many cm^{3} of water
can it hold?


18.

What is the quantity 624.3 10 ^{} expressed in CORRECT scientific notaion?
a.  62.43 10^{}  c.  6.243 10^{}  b.  6.243 10^{}  d.  it is
already in the correct format. 


19.

What is the quantity 3.5 10 ^{} expressed in standard form?
a.  0.0035  c.  35000  b.  0.035  d.  3500 


20.

When designing an experiment, the first step is to ____.
a.  state the problem  c.  list a procedure  b.  state a hypothesis  d.  analyze the
data 


21.

The diameter of a carbon atom is 0.000 000 000 154 m. What is this number
expressed in scientific notation?
a.  1.54 10^{}
m  c.  1.54 10^{}
m  b.  1.54 10^{}
m  d.  1.54
10^{} m 


22.

Which of the following observations is qualitative?
a.  A chemical reaction was complete in 2.3 seconds.  b.  It is cold
outside.  c.  The solid had a mass of 23.4 grams.  d.  The pH of a liquid was
5. 


23.

1.06 L= ___________ hl
a.  1060  c.  10.6  b.  0.0106  d.  0.001 06 


24.

A beaker contains 0.32 L of water. What is the volume of this water in
milliliters?
a.  3.2 mL  b.  32 mL  c.  0.32 mL  d.  320
mL 


25.

Which is the correct conversion for a temperature of 67.3°C?
a.  205.7 K  c.  19.6° F  b.  153.1° F  d.  121.1° F 


26.

Objects with a density ________ 1.0 will float in pure water?
a.  less than  c.  equal to  b.  greater than  d.  I have no clue. 


27.

Which of the following observations is quantitative?
a.  The liquid is cloudy.  b.  Room temperature is about
25°C.  c.  The liquid tastes bitter.  d.  The liquid turns blue litmus paper
red. 


28.

Which is the correct measurement for location marked by the arrow?


29.

The symbols for units of length in order from largest to smallest are
a.  mm, m, cm, km.  c.  km, mm, cm, m.  b.  km, m, cm, mm.  d.  m, cm, mm, km. 


30.

The process of using a graduated cylinder to find the volume of an irregular
solid is called the ____ method.
a.  Foster’s  c.  displacement  b.  none of these are correct  d.  scientific 
