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Test #1 – Parent Signature + 5 corrections and WHY YOU MISSED THEM- Due tomorrow Test #1 Retakes – Schedule on front board.

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Test #1 – Parent Signature + 5 corrections and WHY YOU MISSED THEM- Due tomorrow Test #1 Retakes – Schedule on front board

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1.What method would I use to find the volume of a plastic toy Agent P? Why? 2.What kind of math problem is required to find displacement? 3.What metric units are used to represent mass? 4.What are 3 equivalent formulas for finding the volume of a regular shaped object? 5.What are 3 equivalent units for volume in the metric system? 6.If you have 15 ccs of H2O2, how many milliliters is this? 7.What does dm stand for? 8.What form of matter can be made up of a crystal lattice? 9.Which form of matter is more energetic, plasma or gas?

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Class Notes Topic: ________________________ Questions/Main Ideas: Name ________________________________________ Class ________________________________________ Period ________________________________________ Date _____________________________________ Notes: Intro to Density 1. What is mass effected by? 2. Will changing the volume change the density? How tightly packed the particles are in a substance. vs. A block of iron has very tightly packed compared to aluminum. NO. Density is a RATIO between mass and volume….the particles remain packed the same way no matter what the size of the sample.

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3. What are three ways to find volume? 1)Use a G.C. 2)bxh 3)displacement 4. Will changing the volume change the mass? Yes. You will have more particles so mass will increase. BUT the density is the same. vs.

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The length is 3 cm the width is 4 cm and the height is 5 cm. The length is 4 dm, the width is 6 dm and height is 9 dm. The volume is? The length is 10 m, the width is 4 meters the height is 7 meters. The volume is?

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SampleChemical Symbol Density g/cm3 Physical Attribute LeadPb11.3 Heaviest Mass CopperCu8.9Orange IronFe7.9 Magnetic/Rusts BrassCu & Zn8.6Yellow AluminumAl2.7Lightest Mass ZincZn7.1Dull Gray Copy chart onto Cornell Notes

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SubstanceMass g Volume cm 3 Density g/cm 3 4. Cube 1 5. Cube 2 6. Cube 3 7.Cube 4 8. Cube 5 9. Cube 6

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Please Circle EITHER Same or Different….then complete the Sentence.

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1.Test #1 – Signature + 5 Corrections & why you missed them Due tomorrow

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