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Christian Guerrero Kid Physics Density Project Standard: Nature of Matter Benchmark: Physical Properties Performance: I can explain how to find density.

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VolumeMassDensity 10ml10g.1.00g/ml 20ml19g..95g/ml 30ml30g.1.00g/ml 40ml39g.0.97g/ml 50ml50g.1.00g/ml The data table shows the density of water by dividing: D=M/V Data Table

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Mass This graph shows the density of liquid A. (grams) Volume (ml) Mass Volume Ratio Graph

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Mass and volume need to be measured first. Then you have to divide mass and volume to get density. Explain how to find density?

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The equation for density is: D=M/V Density

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When I measure the volume of a regular sized object, I need to multiply LxWxH. When I measure the volume of an irregular sized object, I use a graduated cylinder. Graduated CylinderRuler Volume

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Equal Arm BalanceGram Masses 1g 5g 10g 20g I use the equal arm balance. I put the thing I want to measure on one side. Then I put the gram masses on the other side of the equal arm balance. I keep on adding the gram masses until the trays are balanced. Mass

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MASS-Is the amount of matter in a substance and is measured in standard units called grams. VOLUME-Is the amount of space the object takes up. DENSITY-The density of an object is the Mass-Volume Ratio or D=M/V Glossary

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Acknowledgements Thank you Eono teachers for this IDU: Mrs. Moninger, Mrs. Okihara, and Ms. Fujimoto for teaching us non-fiction reading strategies. Mr. Powell and Mrs. Chock for teaching us graphing skills especially with the graphing calculators. Ms. Ingrid for teaching us how to measure volume and mass using science equipment and the equation (D=M/V) to figure out how to find the density of matter. Computer lab teachers: Mr. Van Pelt and Mr. Bowman for helping us with the technology.

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