# 064 SC 130 Physical science test two • Name:

Everything follows nature's rules.

1. What are the three fundamental qualities?

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2. ________________ A 42.0 gram rectangular slab of soap is 6.0 centimeters long, 4.0 centimeters wide, and 2.0 centimeters high. What is the density of the rectangular slab of soap in grams per cubic centimeter?
3. ________________ Will a 42.0 gram rectangular slab of soap that is 6.0 centimeters long, 4.0 centimeters wide, and 2.0 centimeters high float in water?

1. Physically, what does the slope of the line in graph two represent?
2. Physically, what does the slope of the line in graph three represent?
3. ____________________ In laboratory four a 5.00 gram blue marble went a distance of 30 centimeters in 0.6 seconds. What is the momentum P for the marble?
4. ____________________ The blue marble in the problem above hits a white marble sitting on a ruler "marble" track. After the collision the blue marble has a momentum P of 75 g cm/s. What is the momentum P of the white marble?
5. ___________________ What is the temperature of a mix of melting ice and water in Celsius?
6. ___________________ What is the temperature of melting "frozen" coconut oil in Celsius?
7. ___________________ What is the typical daily room temperature in Pohnpei in Celsius?
8. ___________________ What is the temperature of the living human body in Celsius?
9. ___________________ What is the temperature of a boiling water in Celsius?
10. ___________________ A cover on a pot of hot water blocks which of three heat transfer (movement) processes?
11. ___________________ A towel on a cool ceramic tile floor blocks which of three heat transfer (movement) processes?
12. ___________________ Aluminum foil used as a sun shade blocks which of the three heat transfer processes?
13. What is Newton's third law?
14. Why was the single sheet of paper important to the stick breaking demonstration?
15. Three holes are drilled vertically in a container. The container is filled with water. Sketch the shape of the arcs the water will make and explain why the arcs will arrange themselves as they do.
16. What exerts more pressure given an equal application of force: a small surface or a large surface?
17. The instructor will set up a system in the room. Explain why the system does what it does.

Nature rules! Everything else drools.