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Mass & Volume
Finally, add up all the weights and remember to state the answer grams (g). Be sure each of the larger weights is in a notch, not in between!
Volume The amount of space taken up or occupied by an object
Volume Measurement of the amount of space an object takes up – Measured in milliliters (ml) for liquids or cm 3 for solids
Measuring Volume of Irregular solids
Remember If you use water displacement to measure the volume of an irregular solid, your result will be in mL. You MUST state the answer in cm 3 because it is a solid!!!! 1mL = 1 cm 3 so just write cm 3 instead of ml. Example:12.3 mL = 12.3 cm 3
Mass Anything that has volume has mass
Making Measurements in Science
Bell Ringer 10/1 Your task is to measure out exactly 4 liters of water: a) your only tools are a 3 liter bucket and a 5 liter bucket b) draw or write out.
Matter Mr. Skirbst Physical Science Topic 02. What is matter?
A Look at Density and How to Calculate It.
How to Calculate Density
Volume. Volume Volume is the amount of space that an object takes up. Unlike LENGTH (1 dimension), or AREA (2 dimension), VOLUME is a 3 dimensional.
Measuring Matter Chapter 2 Section 2.
What Does it Matter.
1 Density Notes- Part 1 Chemistry 1. 2 Density The compactness and size of the molecules or particles of a substance –the more compact or squished together.
Density All substances have different densities, therefore, you can identify a substance if you know its density The formula to calculate something’s density.
Applying the Metric System METRIC CONVERSIONS, DENSITY, AND DISPLACEMENT.
Measuring Volume: Outline I. Volume II.Volume of Liquids a. Equipment Used: b. Unit of Measurement: a. Definition: the amount of space an object takes.
Density The make up and structure of all matter!!!
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Reviewing The Scientific Method 1. State the Problem 2. Research/Observe 3. Form a Hypothesis 4. Test the Hypothesis 5. Collect Data 6. Analyze the Data/Retest.
Notes on mass, volume & density. Weight Weight: A measure of the force of gravity on an object. Weight: A measure of the force of gravity on an object.
Metric Units Mass refers to the amount of matter in an object. Base unit for mass is the gram and is represented by g Standard: 1 kilogram is equal to.
Volume. Volume: is the amount of space an object takes up Metric standard for volume is the liter (L) 1L = 1000ml = 1000 cm.
Density. Different substances have different densities. The density of a material does not depend on the size or amount of the substance you have. Density.
“The Density Equation” Mass (g) Volume (mL or cm 3 ) Density (g/mL or g/cm 3 )
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