2 Matter – anything that has mass and takes up space 1.1 VocabMatter – anything that has mass and takes up spaceMass – measure of how much matter an object has
3 Weight – the downward pull on an object due to gravity 1.1 VocabWeight – the downward pull on an object due to gravityVolume – the amount of space an object takes up. (for a regular solid length x width x height)
4 Atom – the smallest basic unit of matter 1.2 VocabAtom – the smallest basic unit of matterMolecule – two or more atoms that have bonded together
5 How do you find the volume of an irregular shaped object? Bell Work 10/28/10What is the volume of a box that is 10 cm long, 3 cm wide, and 2 cm high?How do you find the volume of an irregular shaped object?Give three examples of matter.
6 Bell Work 10/29/10 Write the sentence and fill in the blanks 1. Anything that has mass and takes up space is___________2. ______ is the amount of matter in an object3. The _____ is the standard unit used to measure mass.4. The downward pull of Earth’s gravity on an object is the object’s ___________5. A _____ is used to measure weight.
7 Bell Work 10/29/10Decide if these statements are true or false. If false correct them.Substances you can see are matter, but substances you cannot see are not matter.Mass and weight are the same thing.Formulas can be used to calculate the volume of many solids with a regular shape.
8 1.3 VocabElement – consists of atoms of only one type.Compound – a substance made up of 2 or more different types of atoms bonded together.Mixture – a combination of 2 or more substances. Do not combine chemically and can be separated by physical means.
9 Homogeneous mixture- a mixture that is the same throughout Types of MixturesHomogeneous mixture- a mixture that is the same throughoutHeterogeneous mixture- a mixture that is different througout
10 States of matter – different forms in which matter can exist. 1.4 VocabStates of matter – different forms in which matter can exist.Solid- a substance that has a fixed volume and a fixed shape.
11 Liquid – has a fixed volume but does not have a fixed shape. 1.4 VocabLiquid – has a fixed volume but does not have a fixed shape.Gas – has no fixed volume or shape.
12 Bell Work 11/3/09Give 2 examples of a heterogeneous mixture.Give 2 examples of a homogeneous mixture.
13 Bell Work 11/1/10 What is a mixture? Give an example What is a compound? Give an exampleWhat is an element? Give an exampleGive 2 examples of heterogeneous mixturesGive 2 examples of homogeneous mixtures.
14 Bell Work 11/4/09List the three states of matter and fill in squares showing the movement of the particles.Explain whether or not smoke from a fire is considered matter or not.
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