# Density as rate

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will learn how to describe a rate of two specific variables as density.

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Using the graph below, convert £20 to euros.
€17
€23
€25
Q2.
Use the graph to convert €18 to pounds.
£16
£17
£22
Q3.
Max has £450. How many euros is this?
€270
€450
€504
Q4.
Convert £30 to US Dollars.
\$21
\$22
\$41
Q5.
Covert \$21 to British pounds.
£12
£13
£14
Q6.
Sam has £320. How many US Dollars is this?
\$440
\$445
\$450

## Exit quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
Which of the following is a measure of mass?
kilometres
litres
metres
Q2.
Which of the following is a measure of capacity?
kilograms
kilometres
metres
Q3.
Which of the following is a measure of density?
km/L
L/cm
m/L
Q4.
5 litres of honey has a mass of 7 kg. How many litres will have a mass of 140 kg?
196 litres
28000 litres
35 litres
Q5.
5 litres of honey has a mass of 7 kg. What is the mass of 115 litres of honey?
2645 kg
35 kg
82.1 kg