# Physical quantity - practice problems - page 2 of 326

A physical quantity is a term numerically describing a property or state of a physical object. For example, a physical quantity is a length, and its corresponding physical unit is a meter (symbol m). Similarly, the quantity is weight, and the unit is the kilogram (kg). Physical quantities can be divided into a scalar (has magnitude), vector (has magnitude and direction), and tensor (has magnitude and multiple directions).#### Number of problems found: 6511

- Vegetable storage

To help vegetables stay fresh longer, Liam's family maintains storage near their home. The total volume of the root cellar is 737 cubic feet (ft³). Use the fact that 1 foot is approximately equal to 0.3048 m to convert this volume to m³. Round your answer - Veronica

Veronica walks dogs in her neighborhood for extra money during the summer. For each dog walk, she earns $5.25. On Monday, she completed 3 walks, and on Tuesday, she completed 2 walks. She estimates that to save up for a new purse that costs $86, she must - Jalissa's

Jalissa's mom purchased coffee from the local coffee shop. The first cup of coffee was $4.25. Each refill is $2.25. She also decided to get a bagel for $3.15. If Jalissa's mom had 2 refills and a $0.50 discount as part of the rewards program, how much did - The pricelist

The price list of AB homegrown production: item; price per pound green cabbage; 0.49 USD/lb yellow squash; 1.29 USD/lb strawberries; 1.99 USD/lb peppers; 0.99 USD/lb Tony purchased a cabbage that weighed 1 2/5 pounds. She also purchased 2 pounds of squash

- Philip

Philip is snorkeling along a coral reef. He's wearing an altimeter, which tracks his elevation. Philip snaps a picture of the reef at an elevation of -10 1/2 feet. Then he spots a nurse shark and swims to it for a closer look. By the time he reaches the s - Felipe

Felipe is planning a party. He has $50.00 to spend on sandwiches that cost $2.50 per person, $25.00 to spend on drinks that cost $1.50 per person, and $25.00 to spend on gift bags that cost $3.00 per person. Which expression could be used to show the amou - Charity

Greg's grandmother is knitting scarves for charity. The table shows the number of yards needed for different types of scarves. Yarn Type ; Number of Yards Bulky ; 150 Light ; 250 Medium; 200 She plans to make bulky scarves and has no more than 2,250 yards - Collin

Collin is making fruit for a birthday party using the recipe below Ingredients Pink lemonade ; 1 1/2 gal Seltzer water ; 2 3/4 gal Fruit juice ; 7/8 gal Collin is using a punch bowl that holds 8 gallons of punch. How much more punch could Collin make the - Leyan

Leyan bought 2 3/4 pounds of apples for $1.32 per pound, 1 1/2 pounds of peaches for $1.20 per pound, and some tomatoes, all from a grocery store. The total cost of his purchase was $9.63. How much money did Leyan spend on tomatoes?

- A college

A college student operated a small business in his home selling greeting cards and other school supplies. During the month of December, his sales amounted to P2105.00, his purchases to P1450.00, and his expenses to P287.00.if his inventory at the end of t - 6 cups of strawberries

Mr. Hunter decided to make a healthy snack for the 20 students in his class. He gave each student a dish of yogurt and divided 6 cups of strawberries equally among the dishes. How many cups of strawberries did each student get in their yogurt? Write your - Play video game

Tyson plays video games about 2 1/2 times more than the average kid. His mother thinks that he should cut down on his playing time by 1/4 of the time. How will Tyson's gaming compare to the average kid's if he makes this change? - Tom is

Tom is making birdhouses to sell at a farmer's market. Each birdhouse requires 4.5 feet of wood planks to build, and he sells them for $19.75 each. How much money can Tom earn at the farmer's market if he has no more than 80 feet of planks to build birdho - Cement and sand

Rasmus mixes cement with sand for some repair work. He used 3 5/6 kg of cement and 1/2 kg more sand than cement. In all, he needs 10 kg of the mixture. Does he have enough mixture? If yes, then how much more does it have? If not, then how much more does h

- Dina was

Dina was paid P8.30 per hour and a time-and-a-half for all hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week. She worked 12 hours on Monday, 6 1/2 on Tuesday, 9 on Wednesday,8 on Thursday, and 10 1/2 on Friday. What was her total pay for the week? - Rita bought

Rita bought a school shirt for $16.99, a pair of white gym shorts for $12.95, and a white T-shirt for $9.90. She turned in a voucher for $8.75. If she pays her bill with two 20 - dollar notes, what change did she receive? - An enterprise

An enterprise bought eight units of photocopiers for Php 25,655.50 each, a table for Php 12,340.75, a chair for Php 6,489.25, and an adding machine for Php 5,250.95. Find the total amount of the purchases. Division & multiplication are the operations to b - Small and large bread

Kipton's aunt bakes a large loaf of bread and a small loaf of bread. She cuts each loaf into tenths and gives Kipton 2 tenths of each loaf to take home. Kipton writes the equation 2/10 + 2/10 = 4/10 to show the amount of bread he takes home. Explain Kipto - A trail mix

Diego is making a trail mix for him and his friends to take with them on a hike next week. He mixes 4 2/6 pounds of mixed nuts, 3 3/6 pounds of peanuts, and 2 3/6 pounds of chocolate chips. How many 1/3-pound bags of trail mix can he make?

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