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**Reviewing Units of Mass, Volume and More **

**Complete this in our binder, thanks! **

A.

Create a table that has three columns : Mass – Volume – Other

B.

Using the list below sort as many of the items as you can into the three categories.

1.

15 pounds of 100cm3 beakers

2.

40 degrees Celsius

3.

4 cups of flour

6.

a pinch of pepper

4.

10 pounds of sugar

5.

a test tube ½ full of sand

7.

15 tons of coal

8.

seven gallons of gasoline

9.

10 shakes of salt

10.

2 paces to the left

26. 5 cubic yards of concrete

27. 49 size 13 shoes

28. 100o C

29. twenty-nine grams of gold

30. 78 steps left

31. 12 pints of peas

32. 35 micro liters of blood

33. one gallon of milk

34. 2,800 revolutions per minute

35. 4 metric tons of tea

11.

4.5 miles east

12.

six million cubic miles of ice

13.

a 350cc Honda

14.

a 350 ml graduated cylinder

15.

25 cents

16.

26 grams of salt

17.

25 pesos

18.

forty grams sodium chloride

36. 1,800 kilowatt hours

37. 12 million barrels of oil

38. 30.16 cm of mercury

39. 4.1 cubic feet of water

40. 42 dekagrams of silver

41. 5,280 feet of rope

42. 26.3 cubic kilometers of rock

43. 3X10 meters per second

19.

4 cups of vinegar

20.

100cm3 of methanol

21.

1 kilogram marshmallow

22.

14 ounces of water

23.

1.5 pounds of hamburger

44. 350 cubic centimeter Honda

45. an 11 dram bottle

46. 350 horsepower

47. 12 million kiloliters

48. 12 million kilometers

24.

45 miles per hour 49. 12 million kilograms

25.

one-half teaspoon garlic powder 50. two milligrams of aspirin

Some metric units for volume; micro liters, liters, cubic centimeters (cc, mc3), milliliter (ml).

Some US units for volume; pint, teaspoon, tablespoon, barrel, cup, cubic mile, cubic yard, gallon, cubic foot, cubic inch.

Some metric units for mass; gram, kilogram, milligram.

Some US units for mass; pounds, ounce, tons.

**Density Calculations **

1. Find the unknown variable using the equation D=M/V a) d = 3 g/mL

V = 100 mL

M = ? b) d = ?

V = 950 mL

M = 95 g

2. Find the unknown quantity (CONVERT FIRST to g or mL) c) d = 0.5 g/cm

3

V = ?

M = 20 g a) d = 24 g/mL

V = 1.2 L = _____ mL

M = ? b) d = ?

V = 100 mL

M = 1.5 kg = ______ g c) d =

V = 0.52 L = ______ mL

M = 500 mg = ______ g

**Extended: **

**WORD PROBLEMS **

1. A block of aluminum occupies a volume of 15.0 mL and weighs 40.5 g. What is its density?

2. Mercury metal is poured into a graduated cylinder that holds exactly 22.5 mL. The mercury used to fill the cylinder weighs 306.0 g. From this information, calculate the density of mercury.

3. You mass a ball of clay to be 2.26g and then reform it into the shape of a puppy and mass it again. Predict what the mass of the clay is and explain your reasoning. (This is a hypothesis)

4. What is the volume of a textbook that has a length of 4cm, and width of 3cm and a thickness of 2cm?

5.

What is the weight of the ethanol that exactly fills a 200.0 mL container? The density of ethanol is 0.789 g/mL.

6. Roger and Jane go to the moon. They find a moon rock and find it’s MASS to be

35.98g. Then return to earth and find the MASS again. Will the mass be more, less or the same as when they found the MASS on the moon? Explain.