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      Ch 19 Liquids Quiz
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      Pressure in a liquid depends on the ___.
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      • density of the liquid

      • volume of the liquid

      • mass of the liquid

      • weight of the liquid

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      1. Pressure in a liquid depends on the ___.
        1. density of the liquid
        2. volume of the liquid
        3. mass of the liquid
        4. weight of the liquid
      2. Object's weight > buoyant force, then the object’s density is _density of fluid
        1. greater than
        2. less than
        3. the same as
      3. the net upward force exerted by a fluid on a submerged object is
        1. surface tension
        2. viscosity
        3. cohesion
        4. buoyant force
      4. Liquid pressure of liquids ___ as the density is increased.
        1. increases
        2. decreases
        3. stays the same
        4. not enough info to say
      5. Archimedes’ principle states that an object is buoyed up by a force that is equal to the
        1. weight of fluid displaced
        2. volume of the fluid displaced
        3. mass of the fluid displaced
        4. mass of the object
      6. A 1 liter container (mass 13.8 kg) submerged in water has a buoyant force of
        1. 1 N
        2. 10 N
        3. 13.8 N
        4. 138 N
      7. How does pressure on a sub change when the sub dives to triple its previous depth?
        1. 1/3X
        2. 1/2X
        3. 2X
        4. 3X
      8. 3 balls were measured & placed in a liquid. Based on the data, what is the liquids density
        1. 1.0 g/ml
        2. 1.3 g/ml
        3. 1.5 g/ml
        4. 1.7 g/ml
      9. term applied to the fluid that is moved out of the way when object is placed in fluid
        1. displacement
        2. diffusion
        3. buoyancy
        4. cohesion
      10. the liquid’s resistance to flow is
        1. surface tension
        2. viscosity
        3. cohesion
        4. buoyant force
      11. Water pressure on a submerged object is greatest against the ___.
        1. top of object
        2. bottom of object
        3. sides of object
        4. same on all sides of object
      12. A hydraulic device works because ___.
        1. one piston is larger than the other piston
        2. Pascal's principle is operating
        3. Liquids transmit pressure in all directions & undiminished
        4. all of the choices
      13. Fluid pressure is the same at any given depth regardless of the shape of container.
        1. true
        2. false
      14. . Fluid pressure is the same at the same depth regardless of the shape of container.
        1. true
        2. false
      15. the apparent loss of weight of an object immersed or submerged in a fluid
        1. displacement
        2. hydrophobic
        3. hydrophillic
        4. buoyancy
      16. Ice floats on water because it _______ liquid water.
        1. is more dense than
        2. is less dense than
        3. has the same density as
      17. What is the most likely density of the iceberg (most of iceberg is below water level)
        1. 0.23 g/ml
        2. 0.88 g/ml
        3. 1.23 g/ml
        4. 4.14 g/ml
      18. matter that flows, takes on the shape of its container, & molecules slide past each other
        1. solid
        2. liquid
        3. gas
        4. plasma
      19. The buoyant force ___ with depth.
        1. increases
        2. decreases
        3. stays the same
        4. not enough info to say
      20. both density and depth of a liquid determine liquid pressure
        1. true
        2. false
      21. an immersed object is buoyed up by a force = to weight of volume of fluid it displaces
        1. archimede's principle
        2. pascal's principle
        3. newton's principle
        4. bernoulli's principle
      22. Pressure in a liquid depends on the ___.
        1. depth of measuring point
        2. volume of the liquid
        3. mass of the liquid
        4. weight of the liquid
      23. intermolecular attraction that holds molecules together is
        1. surface tension
        2. viscosity
        3. cohesion
        4. buoyant force
      24. Pascal’s principle says that changes in pressure at any point in an enclosed fluid_.
        1. are transmited to all points in the fluid
        2. quickly diminish fro point to point in the fluid
        3. remain only at the point
        4. are transmitted to points below it
      25. The hydraulic device, according to Pascal’s principle, ___the forces.
        1. decreases
        2. increases
        3. multiplies
        4. divides
      26. a substance that does NOT “like” water, it repels water
        1. hydrodynamic
        2. hydrophobic
        3. hydrophillic
        4. hydrodillic
      27. force at the surface of liquid that causes the liquid to form spherical droplets
        1. surface tension
        2. viscosity
        3. cohesion
        4. buoyant force
      28. change in pressure on one part of a fluid is = to change in pressure on any other part
        1. archimede's principle
        2. pascal's principle
        3. newton's principle
        4. bernoulli's principle
      29. Liquids have more average KE then the solid phase of the same substance.
        1. true
        2. false
      30. Liquid pressure of a liquid ___ with depth.
        1. increases
        2. decreases
        3. stays the same
        4. not enough info to say
      31. Why does Squidy, the cartesian diver, sink when the bottle is squeezed?
        1. Pascal's Principle explains this
        2. Squidy's weight is greater than the buoyant force
        3. Squidy's volume decreases when the bottle is squeezed
        4. All of the above
      32. The net upward force exerted by a fluid on a submerged object is
        1. support force
        2. normal force
        3. gravitational force
        4. buoyant force
      33. Water pressure is greater at the bottom of ___ lake.
        1. a small volume yet deep
        2. a large volume yet shallow
        3. neither
        4. not enough info to say
      34. . The difference in the upward and downward force acting on a submerged block __.
        1. increases with increasing depth
        2. decreases with increasing depth
        3. is the same at any depth
        4. not enough info to say
      35. a substance that “likes” water
        1. hydrodynamic
        2. hydrophobic
        3. hydrophillic
        4. hydrodillic
      36. The density of a liquid ___with depth.
        1. increases
        2. decreases
        3. stays the same
        4. not enough info to say
      37. If the weight of an object is increases (volume is unchanged), then the buoyant force ___.
        1. increases
        2. decreases
        3. stays the same
        4. not enough info to say
      38. 2 fluids occupy the same space, because of KE of molecules, they will uniformly mix ..is__
        1. displacement
        2. diffusion
        3. hydraulics
        4. cohesion

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