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this is one of the questions on my chemistry exam, tell me what you think the answer is :P

10. Jim, Jane, Ann, and Bill measure an object’s length, density, mass, and volume, respectively. Which student’s measurement might be in liters?
(Points : 3) Bill’s

Jim’s

Jane’s

Ann’s

dafuq?

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volume?
cause i wanted to take a smaller amount of space.

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Well: length would be measured in millimetres, centimetres and metres; density is measured in mm^3, cm^3 and m^3; mass is measured in g and kg. So volume would be measured in litres, making bill's answer correct.

Just out of curiosity...what level of exam was that question from?

Edited by wattaguy006, 14 September 2012 - 10:42 AM.

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Well: length would be measured in millimetres, centimetres and metres; density is measured in mm^3, cm^3 and m^3; mass is measured in g and kg. So volume would be measured in litres, making bill's answer correct.

Just out of curiosity...what level of exam was that question from?


its chemistry high school course

i think im reading it wrong

does it mean respectively meaning

like

Jim does length, bill does this, bla bla

i thought it meant they all do the same thing lol

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its chemistry high school course

i think im reading it wrong

does it mean respectively meaning

like

Jim does length, bill does this, bla bla

i thought it meant they all do the same thing lol


Lol, yeah...respectively means 'in the same order' or something like that, so you probably just read the question wrong

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worst question? sir, I'd like to take your chemistry exam.

this is one of the questions on my chemistry exam, tell me what you think the answer is :P

10. Jim, Jane, Ann, and Bill measure an object’s length, density, mass, and volume, -> respectively<-. Which student’s measurement might be in liters?
(Points : 3) Bill’s

Jim’s

Jane’s

Ann’s

dafuq?

ITT: respectively means the first does it teh first way, the 2nd teh second way, etc.

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