# Introduction to Physics

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Introduction to Physics

Test Prep Game

1)
The value 1002 milliliters has ___
significant figure(s).

a)

4

b)

3

c)

2

d)

1

1)
The value 1002 milliliters has ___
significant figure(s).

a)

4

b)

3

c)

2

d)

1

2)
A student
measures
the mass of one mole of
carbon and finds it to be 12.22 grams. If the
accepted value is 12.11 grams, what is the
student’s
% of
error?

a)

9.1%

b)

0.91%

c)

0.091%

d)

0.0091%

2)
A student
measures
the mass of one mole of
carbon and finds it to be 12.22 grams. If the
accepted value is 12.11 grams, what is the
student’s
% of
error?

a)

9.1%

b)

0.91%

c)

0.091%

d)

0.0091%

3)
The measure of the amount of three
-
dimensional space that an object occupies is
known as:

a)

density

b)
mass

c)
volume

d)
weight

3)
The measure of the amount of three
-
dimensional space that an object occupies is
known as:

a)

density

b)
mass

c)
volume

d)
weight

4)
An educated
guess is a(n) _______________.

a)
Hypothesis

b)
Theory

c)
Fact

d)
Conclusion

4)
An educated
guess is a(n) _______________.

a)
Hypothesis

b)
Theory

c)
Fact

d)
Conclusion

5)
What area of physics deals with the behavior
os

subatomic particles?

a)

Mechanics

b)

Thermodynamics

c)

Electrodynamics

d)

Quantum Mechanics

5)
What area of physics deals with the behavior
os

subatomic particles?

a)

Mechanics

b)

Thermodynamics

c)

Electrodynamics

d)

Quantum Mechanics

6)
If you multiplied the value 12.851 by 0.005,
your answer would have ___ significant
figure(s).

a)

4

b)

3

c)

2

d)

1

6)
If you multiplied the value 12.851 by 0.005,
your answer would have ___ significant
figure(s).

a)

4

b)

3

c)

2

d)

1

7)
5.56 x 10
-
7

is the same as _____.

a)

55600000

b)

5560000

c)

0.000000556

d)

0.00000556

7)
5.56 x 10
-
7

is the same as _____.

a)

55600000

b)

5560000

c)

0.000000556

d)

0.00000556

8)
Convert 600 kilograms to grams

a)

600 kg = 600 000 g

b)
600 kg = 6 000 g

c)
600 kg = 0.006 g

d)
600 kg = 0.600 g

8)
Convert 600 kilograms to grams

a)

600 kg = 600 000 g

b)
600 kg = 6 000 g

c)
600 kg = 0.006 g

d)
600 kg = 0.600 g

9)
All of the following are steps in the scientific
method
EXCEPT:

a)
observing & recording data.

b)
forming
a hypothesis.

c)
discarding
data inconsistent with
the
hypothesis
.

d)
developing
a model.

9)
All of the following are steps in the scientific
method
EXCEPT:

a)
observing & recording data.

b)
forming
a hypothesis.

c)
discarding
data inconsistent with
the
hypothesis
.

d)
developing
a model.

10)
In the study of Physics, an observation can:

a)
Be only Quantitative

b)
Be either Quantitative or Qualitative

c)
Be only Qualitative

d)
Only be expressed with a number

10)
In the study of Physics, an observation can:

a)
Be only Quantitative

b)
Be either Quantitative or Qualitative

c)
Be only Qualitative

d)
Only be expressed with a number

11)
In the metric system, the base unit for length is
the:

a)
kilometer

b)
mile

c)
foot

d)
meter

11)
In the metric system, the base unit for length is
the:

a)
kilometer

b)
mile

c)
foot

d)
meter

12)
How many significant figures would you report
if you were measuring this pencil in cm?

a)

1

b)

2

c)

3

d)

4

12)
How many significant figures would you report
if you were measuring this pencil in cm?

a)

1

b)

2

c)

3

d)

4

13)
What is the SI base unit for time?

a)

1 minute

b)

1 second

c)

1 hour

d)

1 day

13)
What is the SI base unit for time?

a)

1 minute

b)

1 second

c)

1 hour

d)

1 day

14)
Calculate the following and express the
answer in scientific notation with the
proper number of significant figures:
(0.82 + 0.042)(4.4 x 10
3
)

a)

3.79
x 10
3

b)

37.9
x
10
2

c)

3.8 x 10
3

d)

3792.8

14)
Calculate the following and express the
answer in scientific notation with the
proper number of significant figures:
(0.82 + 0.042)(4.4 x 10
3
)

a)

3.79
x 10
3

b)

37.9
x
10
2

c)

3.8 x 10
3

d)

3792.8

15)
Which experiment is precise but not
accurate?

a)

Experiment I

b)

Experiment
II

c)

Experiment
III

d)

Experiment
IV

15)
Which experiment is precise but not
accurate?

a)

Experiment I

b)

Experiment
II

c)

Experiment
III

d)

Experiment
IV

16)
The speed of an ostrich is measured to be
63 km/h. Using correct significant figures,
what is the speed in m/s?

a)

17.5 m/s

b)

18 m/s

c)

226.8 m/s

d)

230 m/s

16)
The speed of an ostrich is measured to be
63 km/h. Using correct significant figures,
what is the speed in m/s?

a)

17.5 m/s

b)

18 m/s

c)

226.8 m/s

d)

230 m/s

d

17)
If you multiplied the value 6.25
to 3.829
,
your answer would have ___ significant
figure(s).

a)

6

b)

5

c)

4

d)

3

17)
If you multiplied the value 6.25
to 3.829
,
your answer would have ___ significant
figure(s).

a)

6

b)

5

c)

4

d)

3

d

18)
The number 0.0053 converted into
scientific notation would read ___.

a)

5.3 x 10
3

b)

5.3 x 10
4

c)

5.3 x 10
-
3

d)

5.3 x 10
-
4

18)
The number 0.0053 converted into
scientific notation would read ___.

a)

5.3 x 10
3

b)

5.3 x 10
4

c)

5.3 x 10
-
3

d)

5.3 x 10
-
4

d

19)
1 micrometer (
m
m) is equal to:

a)

10
-
6

m

b)

10
3

m

c)

10
-
3

m

d)

10
6

m

d

19)
1 micrometer (
m
m) is equal to:

a)

10
-
6

m

b)

10
3

m

c)

10
-
3

m

d)

10
6

m

20)
What quantity does a kilogram measure?

a)
mass

b)
time

c)
distance

d)
force

d

20)
What quantity does a kilogram measure?

a)
mass

b)
time

c)
distance

d)
force

21)
A piece of stone has a mass of 24.595 grams
and a volume of 5.34 cm
3
. What is the
density of the stone?

a)
0.22
cm
3
/g

b)
0.217 cm
3
/g

c)
4.606 g/cm
3

d)
4.61 g/cm
3

21)
A piece of stone has a mass of 24.595 grams
and a volume of 5.34 cm
3
. What is the
density of the stone?

a)
0.22
cm
3
/g

b)
0.217 cm
3
/g

c)
4.606 g/cm
3

d)
4.61 g/cm
3

d

22)
4.86 x 10
5

is the same as _____.

a)

4860000

b)

486000

c)

48600

d)

0.0000486

d

22)
4.86 x 10
5

is the same as _____.

a)

4860000

b)

486000

c)

48600

d)

0.0000486

23)
If the final answer’s dimension is to be in
meters, which of the following operations
is correct?

a)

(time/length) x time

b)

(time x length)
-

time

c)

(length/time) x time

d)

length x (length/time)

23)
If the final answer’s dimension is to be in
meters, which of the following operations
is correct?

a)

(time/length) x time

b)

(time x length)
-

time

c)

(length/time) x time

d)

length x (length/time)

d

24)
The Greek letter delta (

) represents:

a)

Sum or Total

b)

Difference

c)

Direct Proportion

d)

Inverse Proportion

24)
The Greek letter delta (

) represents:

a)

Sum or Total

b)

Difference

c)

Direct Proportion

d)

Inverse Proportion

d

25)
Convert 100. milliliters to liters

a)

100. milliliters = 10,000 liters

b)
100. milliliters = 1000 liters

c)
100. milliliters = 10 liters

d)
100. milliliters = 0.100 liters

d

25)
Convert 100. milliliters to liters

a)

100. milliliters = 10,000 liters

b)
100. milliliters = 1000 liters

c)
100. milliliters = 10 liters

d)
100. milliliters = 0.100 liters

26)
A measurement that closely agrees with
accepted values is said to be _____.

a)

accurate

b)

precise

c)

reliable

d)

significant

26)
A measurement that closely agrees with
accepted values is said to be _____.

a)

accurate

b)

precise

c)

reliable

d)

significant

d

27)
Which of the following observations is
qualitative?

a)

A reaction was complete in 6.25 seconds.

b)
The
solid has a mass of 25.5 grams.

c)
The
pH of the liquid is 7.

d)
Salt
deposits form near the liquid.

d

27)
Which of the following observations is
qualitative?

a)

A reaction was complete in 6.25 seconds.

b)
The
solid has a mass of 25.5 grams.

c)
The
pH of the liquid is 7.

d)
Salt
deposits form near the liquid.

28)
Which experiment is the least precise?

a)

Experiment I

b)

Experiment
II

c)

Experiment
III

d)

Experiment
IV

28)
Which experiment is the least precise?

a)

Experiment I

b)

Experiment
II

c)

Experiment
III

d)

Experiment
IV

d

29)
The most appropriate unit to measure the
length of an automobile is:

a)

micron

b)
kilometer

c)
meter

d)
millimeter

29)
The most appropriate unit to measure the
length of an automobile is:

a)

micron

b)
kilometer

c)
meter

d)
millimeter

d

30)
Three values were obtained for the mass of a
metal bar: 8.83 g, 8.84 g, 8.82 g. The known
mass is 10.68 g. The values are:

a)

Precise but not Accurate

b)
Accurate but not Precise

c)
Precise and Accurate

d)
Neither Precise nor Accurate

30)
Three values were obtained for the mass of a
metal bar: 8.83 g, 8.84 g, 8.82 g. The known
mass is 10.68 g. The values are:

a)

Precise but not Accurate

b)
Accurate but not Precise

c)
Precise and Accurate

d)
Neither Precise nor Accurate

d