- __________ What is the prefix meaning ONE-MILLIONTH?
- __________ Another name for .001 seconds.
- __________ Which is longer, a nanosecond or a picosecond?
- __________ What would 10
^{3}Amperes be called? - __________ Express 1 millisecond in seconds.
- __________ How many milliseconds (ms) are there in 1 second?
- __________ How many microseconds are there in one millisecond?
- __________ What is the freezing point of water on the Celsius scale?
- __________ What is room temperature on the Celsius scale?
- __________ What is normal body temperature on the Celsius scale?
- __________ What is the boiling point of water on the Celsius scale?
- __________ If the temperature outside were 50
^{o}F, what would it be in degrees Celsius? Show work with formula for credit. - __________ The weather forecast predicts a temperature of 13
^{o}C with 89% probability of precipitation. Would you expect rain or snow? - __________ If it were 37
^{o}C outside would you be hot or cold? - __________ The air temperature in Antarctica is measured at -107
^{o}F. What would it be in^{o}C? Must show work for credit. - __________ A fever thermometer reads 39.5
^{o}C. What is the patient's temperature in degrees Fahrenheit? Must show work. - __________ What is ABSOLUTE ZERO on the Celsius scale?
- __________ At what temperature on the Kelvin scale does water freeze?
- __________ What is the boiling point of water on the Kelvin scale?
- __________ At 346
^{o}K would water be a solid, liquid, or gas? - __________ The average summer temperature at the north pole of Mars is
205
^{o}K. Would water be found here as a solid, liquid, or gas? - __________ What is normal body temperature in degrees Kelvin?
- __________ The melting point of chlorine is -101
^{o}C. Convert this to Kelvin. - __________ 1000 meters = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ 0.1 meter = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ 0.01 meter = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ 0.001 meter = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ 10-6 meter = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ 10-9 meter = 1 _ _ _ _ _.
- __________ One-inch equals _ _ _ _ _ centimeters.
- __________ Which is longer, a 3 kilometer race or a 3 mile race?
- __________ If a football field were 100 m long instead of 100 yards, would it be easier or harder to score a touchdown?
- __________ How many millimeters are there in 43 centimeters?
- __________ Since 1000 cm
^{3}= 1 liter, is 1 cubic centimeter = 1 milliliter? - __________ To make 2.9 liters of coffee, how many milliliters of water would you need?
- __________ What is 1000 grams called?
- __________ Do you think 1 kilogram is more or less than 1 pound?
- __________ If you let go of a balloon filled with helium, will it rise or fall?
- __________ Is helium more or less dense than air?
- __________ If you drop a solid block of lead into water, will it sink or float?
- __________ Is lead more or less dense than water?
- __________ The density of iron is 7.87 g/cm
^{3}. What is the mass of a 10cm^{3}block of iron? Must show work for credit. - __________ A 1 cm
^{3}block of gold has a mass of 19.3 g. What is its density? Must show work for credit. - __________ At 0
^{o}C and 1 atm. the density of methane is .714 g/L. Find the mass of 3.5 liters of the gas. Show work. - __________ The density of benzene is .899 g/cm
^{3}. 602 g of benzene is poured into a graduated cylinder. What is the volume of the liquid? Must show work to receive credit. - __________ A piece of asbestos whose mass is 6 g and whose density is
2.4 g/cm
^{3}is dropped into 5 L of water. Will it sink or float? - __________ At 4
^{o}C aluminum is a solid, with a specific gravity of 2.7. What is its density?

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