Thread: A density of 1.5 g cm-3 is equivalent to:

1. A density of 1.5 g cm-3 is equivalent to:

a. 1500 g L-1

b. 150 g L-1

c. 1.5x10^-3 Kg L-1

d. 15 g L-1

2.

3. The density of a substance___________as the temperature increases.

4. A substance is found to have a density of 2.40 g mL-1 and weighs 100g. What is its volume in mL?

5. Which of the following numbers can be added directly in exponential notation?

1. 3x10^-4

2. 600x10

3. 32.6x10^-3

4. 0.4x10^-4

_______________________________

a. 1 and 2

c. 1 and 4

d. 2 and 4

b. 1and3

6. Generally decreases. Look here, this is a very elementary question, you should be able to answer it yourself. Most of the others here will tell you the same thing, I'll wager, read your assignments before consulting us again, won't you please?

7. Originally Posted by Arthur Angler
Generally decreases. Look here, this is a very elementary question, you should be able to answer it yourself. Most of the others here will tell you the same thing, I'll wager, read your assignments before consulting us again, won't you please?
Thanx for the reply, i just want to make sure if my answer is right or not

8. The most obvious exception is water, of course, as ice melts. Best of luck in your studies. If you can discipline your curiosity you will go far. Perhaps searching the threads now existing you can arrive at other insights.

Fluid Density & Density Anomaly Of Water

9. We don't do homework here, unless you explin how you've tried to research the answer for yourself (like in the textbook).

10. We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).

11. We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).

12. We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).

And the answer is, all of them.

13. Originally Posted by MeteorWayne
We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).
ok but this is not homework i found it in my text book and there is no answer for it.

14. Originally Posted by MeteorWayne
We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).
ok but this is not homework i found it in my text book and there is no answer for it.

15. Originally Posted by MeteorWayne
We don't do homework here, unless you explin how you've tried to research the answer for yourself (like in the textbook).
ok but this is not homework i found it in my text book and there is no answer for it.

16. Originally Posted by MeteorWayne
We don't do homework here, unless you can demonstrate that you've tried to research the solution yourself (like in the textbook).

And the answer is, all of them.
ok but this is not homework i found it in my text book and there is no answer for it. and the answer is not all of them its c (1and4)

17. Look up "Archimedes" and impress your dear old teachers. It is fun and easy.

18. As you've been told we dont' do homework around here unless the person has shown considerable effort to solve it themselves.
I merged these threads and closed them.

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