# Focus On Earth Science: California Grade 6

## Chapter 3: Thermal Energy and Heat

### Math Practice

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 1 Find the difference in the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for steel and the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of diamond. Need a Hint? A) 11 parts per million per °C B) 33 parts per million per °C C) 13 parts per million per °C D) 39 parts per million per °C 2 Find the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for lead. Need a Hint? A) 87 parts per million per °C B) 29 parts per million per °C C) 58 parts per million per °C D) 3 parts per million per °C 3 Find the difference in the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for diamond and the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of lead. Need a Hint? A) 90 parts per million per °C B) 28 parts per million per °C C) 30 parts per million per °C D) 85 parts per million per °C] 4 Find the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for concrete. Need a Hint? A) 24 parts per million per °C B) 12 parts per million per °C C) 36 parts per million per °C D) 48 parts per million per °C 5 Find the difference in the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for lead and the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of concrete. Need a Hint? A) 17 parts per million per °C B) 51 parts per million per °C C) 34 parts per million per °C D) 68 parts per million per °C 6 Find the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for copper. Need a Hint? A) 51 parts per million per °C B) 17 parts per million per °C C) 34 parts per million per °C D) 68 parts per million per °C 7 Find the difference in the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for concrete and the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of copper. Need a Hint? A) 20 parts per million per °C B) 5 parts per million per °C C) 10 parts per million per °C D) 15 parts per million per °C 8 Find the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for glass. Need a Hint? A) 17 parts per million per °C B) 8.5 parts per million per °C C) 25.5 parts per million per °C D) 34 parts per million per °C 9 Find the difference in the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for copper and the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient of glass. Need a Hint? A) 8.5 parts per million per °C B) 25.5 parts per million per °C C) 17 parts per million per °C D) 34 parts per million per °C 10 Find the volumetric thermal expansion coefficient for platinum. Need a Hint? A) 27 parts per million per °C B) 9 parts per million per °C C) 18 parts per million per °C D) 36 parts per million per °C