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1 Anything that has mass and volume is matter
2 Which of the following is not matter? circle Electricitycarcloudlightningthe sunsunshine
3 Formula for density D = M/V
4 Density depends on Mass & volume
5 Reactivity & flammability are Chemical properties
6 The greater the mass, the greater the Inertia Resistance to motion
7 Volume Is the amount of space an object occupies
8 Mass Is the amount of matter in an object
9 Grams (g), milligrams (mg) and kilograms (kg) are the SI units for mass
10 Liters (L) and milliliters (mL) are the SI units for volume
11 The SI unit for weight is Newtons
12 Kilometers (km), meters (m), centimeters (cm), and millimeters (mm) are the SI units for length
13 To read the volume on a graduated cylinder, you read the scale at the bottom of the meniscus
14 The closer an object is to the center the earth, the greater it’s gravity
15 An objects weight is determined by the force of gravity
16 Examples of properties Malleability density ductility mass volume color odor
17 Melting breaking freezing Are all changes
18 Formula to calculate the volume of a box Length X width x height
19 2 objects that are the same size have the same volume
20 1 kg = N
21 Dissolving sugar in water is an example of solubility
22 How do you measure the volume of an irregularly shaped object? displacement
23 Hammering metal into thin sheets is malleability
24 Drawing metals into thin wires is ductility
25 The amount of milk in a glass would be measured in Milliliters (mL)
26 During_________ changes an object keeps its identity.
27 To measure the volume of a gas measure the container
28 Mass per unit volume is density
29 Formula for mass given density and volume M = D x V
30 Formula for volume given density and mass V = M/D
31 Physical property DefinitionHow it is measured (units)
32 Malleabilityductilitydensity flammabilitymelting Freezingreactivitysolubility
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