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COIN DENSITY OBJECTIVE: Review density by measuring mass and volume then calculating density. Pg. 22 of IAN

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WHAT IS DENSITY? The closeness of the particles in a substance. Gases are the least dense. Liquid and solid particles are much closer and much more dense. If a substance changes phase, it changes its density: ice is less dense than water and both are much more dense than vapor.

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MEASURE MASS AND VOLUME To measure mass: use an electronic scale. (g) To measure volume: Of a liquid: measure directly in a graduated cylinder. (ml) Of irregular solid: measure indirectly by subtracting the initial liquid volume. (ml) Of regular solid: length x width x height (cm 3 )

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CALCULATE DENSITY DENSITY = MASS/VOLUME or M D = ----- V (g/ml or g/cm 3 )

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COIN DENSITIES OUTPUT 1.Find the masses of one, five, and ten pennies. 2.Find the mass of five dimes. 3.Find the volume of each of the above using water displacement. 4.Calculate the densities.

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1 penny 5 pennies 10 pennies 5 dimes coins mass volume density LABEL YOUR NUMBERS!!! Data for Coin Densities:

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CONCLUSIONS Should the density of one penny be different than the densities of five or ten pennies? Why or why not?

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