# 014 SC 130 Physical Science Quiz Two • Name:

1. ________________ What metric unit is used in the MKS system for measuring space?
2. ________________ What metric unit is used in the MKS system for measuring time?
3. ________________ What metric unit is used in the MKS system for measuring matter?
4. ________________ What metric unit is used in the CGS system for measuring space?
5. ________________ What metric unit is used in the CGS system for measuring time?
6. ________________ What metric unit is used in the CGS system for measuring matter?
7. ________________ What is your mass in kilograms?
8. ________________ What is your height in meters?
9. ________________ What is your body mass index in kilograms per meter2?
10. Is the date provided by the Death Clock true? Why or Why not?
11. _____________________ What is day of the week were you born on?
12. ________________ A 20.0 gram rectangular slab of Ivory soap is 5.0 centimeters long, 2.6 centimeters wide, and 1.8 centimeters high. What is the volume of the rectangular slab of soap in cubic centimeters?
13. ________________ A 20.0 gram rectangular slab of Ivory soap is 5.0 centimeters long, 2.6 centimeters wide, and 1.8 centimeters high. What is the density of the rectangular slab of soap in grams per cubic centimeter?
14. ________________ Will soap with a density of 0.86 g/cm³ float OR sink in water?
15. ________________ Will soap with a density of 1.15 g/cm³ float OR sink in water?
16. [toughie] ____________________ Tomorrow I will attempt to complete the INS Marasong. The half-marathon will start at 4:00 in the afternoon, during the heat of the late afternoon. The run starts at Nakasone store, up main street to PICS, down to AMCRES, out almost to The Village and back to Spanish Wall. The distance is 21 kilometers. One kilometer is a 1000 meters. My typical running speed is 2.5 meters per second (2.5 m/s). Based on that speed, what will be the duration of my run in hours and minutes?
17. [Thought and explanation required] What will soap with a density of 1.00 g/cm³ do when placed in water?