# Ch. 1 Secs. ½ Matter and Energy Matter has mass and volume Matter is made of atoms Matter combines to form different substances WILDCARD 100 200 300 400.

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Ch. 1 Secs. ½ Matter and Energy Matter has mass and volume Matter is made of atoms Matter combines to form different substances WILDCARD 100 200 300 400 500

Please define matter and provide two non-examples of matter. Matter: anything that has mass and takes up space; light and sound

What is the measure of how much matter an object contains? Mass

What is the biggest difference between mass and weight? A.Weight is measured in grams and mass is not. B.Weight is the downward pull of an object due to gravity; mass is the measure of how much matter an object contains. C.Mass the downward pull of an object due to gravity; weight is the measure of how much matter an object contains. D.Mass is measured in Newtons and weight is measured in grams. B. Weight is the downward pull of an object due to gravity; mass is the measure of how much matter an object contains.

What is the formula used to determine the volume of a regular shaped object? Volume= Length x Width x Height

Please find the volume of a text book that has a height of 4 cm, width of 7 cm, and length of 10 cm. MUST INCLUDE UNITS. 280 cm 3

What is the SMALLEST basic unit of matter? **try to answer this too: what is the center of an atom known as? Atom; nucleus

How is a molecule related to an atom? A.There is no relation B.Atoms and molecules are both NEVER in motion C.A molecule consists of two or more atoms bonded together D.Molecules only consist of Oxygen atoms. C. A molecule consists of two or more atoms bonded together

Which of the following is an example of a physical molecule that you see? A.Water molecules B.Molecules in your desk C.Air molecules (bouncing dust particles) D.Picture frame molecules Both water molecules and air molecules are acceptable

What is the scientific unit used for measuring weight? Newton (N)

True or False. Your mass would change if you were to be on the moon. FALSE. Your WEIGHT would change!

The amount of space that matter in an object occupies is known as... Volume

True or False. A basketball and bowling ball have the same volume, but different masses. True.

What is the unit used for measuring mass? A. Gram or Kilogram B. Newton C. Pounds D. Milliliter A. Gram or Kilogram

In order to find the volume of an irregular shaped object, you must use the _________ method. Displacement

What is the FIRST step in using the displacement method? Fill the graduated cylinder with water. haha gotcha.

Name one method in measuring mass. Pan balances Beam balances

When measuring the volume of a liquid, the unit you will be using is... Milliliter

__________ is the downward pull on an object due to gravity. Weight

True or False. In order to get the final volume of an irregular shaped object, you must subtract the initial volume from the final volume. TRUE.

0.25 cm 3 What is the volume of a pizza box that is 1 cm long, 0.5 cm high, and 50 cm wide?

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