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Identify the units you would expect for the quantity described below. State the units in words and mathematically.

The price of spring water found by dividing its cost in dollars by its volume in quarts

What are the units in? words?

quartper dollar

dollar per quart

 

Quart

Dollar

 

What are the units? mathematically?

$

qt

$?/qt

 

qt?/$

 

 

A new sidewalk will be 5 feet? wide, 120 feet? long, and filled to a depth of 3 inches ?(0.25 ?foot) with concrete. How many cubic yards of concrete are? needed?

The new sidewalk needs

 cubic yards of concrete.

?(Round to one decimal place as? needed.)

 

 

 

Decide whether the following statement makes sense or does not make sense. Explain your reasoning.

The beach ball we played with has a density of 10 grams per cubic centimeter.

Choose the correct answer below.

This statement makes sense because 10 grams per cubic centimeter is far greater than the density of? air, which is approximately 0.001225 grams per cubic centimeter. The ball would be just the right weight to throw.

This statement makes sense because 10 grams per cubic centimeter is less than the density of? water, which is 100 grams per cubic centimeter.? Thus, the beach ball would float in water.

This statement does not make sense because 10 grams per cubic centimeter is far greater than the density of? water, which is 1 gram per cubic centimeter. Not only would this beach ball be? heavy, it would sink in water.

 

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