Worksheet: Measuring Density

In this worksheet, we will practice describing the density of materials and objects and converting between different units of density.

Q1:

What is 280 g in kilograms?

Q2:

Which of the following is the correct unit for volume?

  • Akg/m3
  • Bkg⋅m
  • Cm3
  • Dm
  • Em2

Q3:

How many grams are there in 1 kilogram?

Q4:

The density of nickel is 8,908 kg/m3. What is this value in grams per cubic centimeter?

Q5:

How many cubic centimeters are in 0.02 m3?

Q6:

How many cubic centimeters are there in 1 m3?

Q7:

Which of the following is the correct unit for volume?

  • Akg⋅cm
  • Bkg⋅m2
  • Ccm3
  • Dcm2
  • Ekg⋅m

Q8:

Which of the following is the correct unit for mass?

  • AN
  • Bkg3
  • Ckg
  • Dm3
  • Em

Q9:

Which of the following is the correct unit for density?

  • Am3/kg
  • Bkg/m3
  • Ckg⋅m
  • Dkg⋅m3
  • Ekg/m

Q10:

Two bottles, A and B, of the same height, , are filled with different quantities of the same liquid. If bottle A is filled to 12 and bottle B is filled to 13 at the same temperature, calculate the ratio between the density of the liquid in A and the density of the liquid in B.

  • A32
  • B16
  • C1
  • D23

Q11:

If a cubic container that has a side length of 15 cm is filled with oil, calculate the mass of the oil given that the density of oil is 780 kg/m3.

  • A0.23 kg
  • B117 kg
  • C2.63 kg
  • D17.55 kg

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