## Scales, Tables and Graphs Test

Unit Test #15

Select your answers to the following 10 questions from the pop-up menus in the right hand column. Clicking the "Begin Test Again" button will clear all the answers.

Q1:

In the diagram of a scale above what is the difference between the readings for point Aand point B?

A. 1.14
B. 1.16
C. 6.16
D. 5.24

Q2:

On the scale in question 1, what is the size of the interval between each division? A. 1 unit
B. 0.1 units
C. 0.01 units
D.10 units

Q3:

 Elements (Gases) Element Symbol Melting point Atomic Weight Hydrogen H -259°C 1 Oxygen O -219°C 16 Helium He -272°C 4 Nitrogen N -210°C 14 Neon Ne -249°C 20.2

Which element has the lowest atomic weight?

A. Oxygen
B. Hydrogen
C. Neon
D. Nitrogen

Q4:

What is the highest melting point in the table in question 3?

A. -272°
B. -259°
C. 1
D. -210°

Q5:

For the table in question 3, which element has the third highest atomic weight? A. Hydrogen
B. Oxygen
C. Neon
D. Nitrogen

Q6:

What is the difference between the readings shown by A and B?

A. 0.35
B. 0.5
C. 0.45
D. 0.4

Q7:

For the scale shown in question 7, what is the size of the interval between each division? A. 1 unit
B. 0.1 units
C. 0.01 units
D. 0.05 units

Q8:

On the scale above, which measures the weight of parcels in kilograms, what reading is indicated by the red pointer?

A. 11.1kg
B. 10.9 kg
C. 10.5 kg
D. 11.5 kg

Q9:

On the scale shown in question 8, what would be the angle at the centre made by the marks "2" and "3"?
(Do not use a protractor!)

A. 30°
B. 10°
C. 12°
D. 36°

Q10:

On the scale shown in question 8, how many kilograms would an angle of 90° indicate? A. 9 kg
B. 4.5kg
C. 3 kg
D. 2 kg