Test 1 Review Guide!
Test 1 Review Guide! Chemistry 101
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Review; Test 1: 1. To check an I.V. drip, you measure drops per minute, what rate in drops/minute is equal to 1.00 liters per 4.0 hours? a. 120 b. 1300 c. 83 d. 75 e. None of the above. 2. Given the density of olive oil is 0.915 g/ml, what is the mass of olive oil that can be help by a 55.00 gallon drum? a. 1.90 x 10^5 grams b. 1.90 x 10^6 grams c. 1.90 x 10^3 Kg d. 1.90 x 10^5 Kg e. None of the above. 3. The correct number of significant digits in the answer when you are to calculate the amount of medication that should be given to a 67.88 lb patient at a dosage rate of 55.0 mg per 10.00 Kg of body mass is: a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. None of the above. 4. How would you record the length of an object in meters that you measure with a meter stick that has millimeter divisions on it, if the object is known to be exactly 3.50000 cm long? a. 0.035 M b. 0.35 M c. 0.0350 M d. 0.350 M e. None of the above. 5. The last significant digit in a measured number is: a. The last number you know exactly. b. The first number you know exactly. c. The first number you estimate. d. The last number you estimate. e. None of the above. 6. How many significant digits are in the number 13.082? a. 6 b. 5 c. 4 d. 2 e. None of the above. 7. How many significant digits are in the number 3.8200 x 10^3? a. 8 b. 6 c. 5 d. 3 e. None of the above. 8. How many cubic centimeters are contained by a rectangular box with the following dimensions: 10.0 cm x 0.1 meter x 100.0 centimeter? a. 100,000 b. 10,000 c. 1,000 d. 100 e. None of the above. 9. How many significant digits should the answer contain in cubic centimeters for the volume of a rectangular box with the following dimensions: 10.0 cm x 0.10 meter x 100.0 centimeter? a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d. 4 e. None of the above. 10. How many eggs are needed to make 360 cookies if the recipe for 3 dozen cookies uses 4 eggs? a. 42 b. 162 c. 54 d. 65 e. None of the above. 11. If you have 500.0 ml of medication that is to be given at the rate of 0.200 ml/ 5.00 Kg of body mass, and the average weight of your patients is 155.0 lbs, how many patients could you treat? a. 177 b. 81 c. 80 d. 141 e. None of the above. 12. You are in charge of ordering hay to feed the three elephants at the zoo. If each elephant eats 175.0 lbs of hay each day and the hay comes in 40.0 lb bales, how many bales do you need to order for a thirty day supply? a. 394 bales b. 390 bales c. 400 bales d. 432 bales 13. Zippy the snail traveled 8.20 feet in 18.0 hours, what is speed in cm per hour? a. 9.64 x 10^2 b. 3.82 x 10^1 c. 1.39 x 10^2 d. 2.50 x 10^3 e. None of the above. 14. How many liters of beer are there in 26 cases of beer, if each case contains two dozen 12.0 oz cans? a. 215 b. 220 c. 221 d. 222 e. None of the above. 15. If you have a moped that can travel 81.5 miles using 0.65 gallons of gas, what is your fuel consumption in Km/liter? a. 125 b. 131 c. 53.3 d. 34.7 e. None of the above. 16. What is the density of a ring if it has a volume of 1.987 cm^3 and a mass of 22.7 grams? a. 0.0875 b. 11.42 c. 11.4 d. 11.5 e. None of the above. 17. The symbols sodium, silicon, and sulfur are: a. S, Si, Su b. Na, Su, S c. Na, Si, Su d. Na, Si, S e. None of the above. 18. The symbols for iron, potassium, and phosphorus a. I, P, K b. Fe, K, P c. Fe, P, Ph d. I, K, P e. None of the above. 19. Ca, C, Cu are the symbols for: a. Calcium, Cobalt, Copper b. Carbon, Copper, Curium c. Calcium, Carbon, Copper d. Californium, Copper, Curium e. None of the above. 20. Mn, Mg, Kr are the symbols for? a. Manganese Magnesium, Krypton b. Magnesium, Manganese, Potassium c. Magnesium, Manganese, Krypton d. Manganese, Magnesium, Potassium e. None of the above. 21. All but which of the following are halogens? a. Bromine b. Krypton c. Fluorine d. Chlorine e. None of the above. 22. Which of the following statements is correct? a. 1<3<2<4 b. 4<3<2<1 c. 4>3>2>1 d. 9>5>2>3 23. What temperature in degrees celsius is equal to 212 degrees fahrenheit? a. 61.0 degrees celsius b. 85.8 degrees celsius c. 100 degrees celsius d. 212 degrees celsius e. None of the above. 24. A 20.0 lb ream of paper contains 500 sheets of paper. What is the mass of a single sheet of paper in nanograms? a. 0.0400 b. 0.182 c. 0182 x 10^8 d. 0.0182 x 10^8 e. None of the above. 25. Density is equal to what? a. mass over height b. volume over mass c. height over weight d. mass over volume e. None of the above. 26. Density = 0.692 g/ml. What is the mass of 270 ml in g? a. 200 b. 350 c. 187 d. 150 e. None of the above. 27. Density = 1.56 g/cc. What volume does 84.0 g of sucrose occupy? a. 53.8 b. 54.8 c. 60.0 d. 58.5 e. None of the above. 28. 80 mg tablets. Recommended = 10 mg/kg. How many tablets are needed for a 66 lb child? Round to the nearest half. a. 4.5 tablets b. 3.5 tablets c. 2.5 tablets d. 1.5 tablet e. None of the above. 29. Specific gravity is equal to what? a. mass over volume b. mass over density of water c. density of water (1.00 g/ml) over density of a substance d. density of a substance over density of water (1.00 g/ml) e. None of the above. 30. What is the density of olive oil if it has a specific gravity of 0.92? a. 0.92 g/ml b. 1.00 g/ml c. 0.75 g/ml d. 0.82 g/ml e. None of the above. 31. A volume of saline solution has a mass of 21.3 g at 4 degrees celsius. An equal volume of water at the same temperature has a mass of 20.9 g. What is the density of the saline solution? (Density of water at 4 degrees celsius is 1.00 g/cc). a. 1.01 g/cc b. 1.55 g/cc c. 1.02 g/cc d. 2.02 g/cc e. None of the above. 32. What is density of water? a. 1.00 g/ml b. 2.00 g/ml c. 3.00 g/ml d. 4.00 g/ml e. None of the above. 33. 55.00 gallons. When it is full of water, what mass of water does it contain? a. 458 lbs b. 460 lbs c. 500 lbs d. 550 lbs e. None of the above.
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