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Examples of Intensive & Extensive Properties of Matter

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Which of the following is not an extensive property?

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1. What is the definition of intensive property?

2. Why are intensive properties used to characterize matter?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz and worksheet combo can be used at any time to challenge your understanding of the intensive and extensive properties of matter. As soon as you finish answering the quiz questions, you'll receive your score.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics discussed within this quiz will include:

  • Intensive properties
  • Extensive properties
  • Density

Skills Practiced

Use these skills to help complete this printable quiz and worksheet:

  • Reading comprehension - recall what you have read concerning intensive property characteristics of matter
  • Knowledge application - analyze the information given about extensive property characteristics to answer a question about them
  • Making connections - use the provided material regarding extensive and intensive properties to determine which category density falls into

Additional Learning

Using the lesson entitled Examples of Intensive & Extensive Properties of Matter will help you further understand the specifics of each categorization. This lesson will also examine:

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