Measuring & Classifying in Physics & Chemistry: Practice Problems

Instructor: Artem Cheprasov
This lesson provides you with numerous example questions that test your knowledge about physical and chemical properties, unit conversion, and much more.

Now that you've completed the lessons in your course, use the exercises shown here to practice applying your new-found knowledge. This is not a mandatory part of your coursework, but is useful practice.

Measure & Classify

Physics and chemistry are challenging topics. A lot of basic physics and chemistry relies on measuring, classifying, and calculating all sorts of problems. This lesson provides you with 20 problems covering a wide range of topics in both physics and chemistry. Some are quite simple and others will involve lengthy work despite the fact that they are short questions. Just a couple of helpful hints: don't forget to watch your units and balance chemical equations (where applicable).

Practice Problems

1. Use a periodic table only. Identify the atomic mass of carbon.

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