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1 Anything that has mass and volume is matter

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2 Which of the following is not matter? circle Electricitycarcloudlightningthe sunsunshine

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3 Formula for density D = M/V

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4 Density depends on Mass & volume

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5 Reactivity & flammability are Chemical properties

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6 The greater the mass, the greater the Inertia Resistance to motion

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7 Volume Is the amount of space an object occupies

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8 Mass Is the amount of matter in an object

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9 Grams (g), milligrams (mg) and kilograms (kg) are the SI units for mass

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10 Liters (L) and milliliters (mL) are the SI units for volume

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11 The SI unit for weight is Newtons

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12 Kilometers (km), meters (m), centimeters (cm), and millimeters (mm) are the SI units for length

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13 To read the volume on a graduated cylinder, you read the scale at the bottom of the meniscus

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14 The closer an object is to the center the earth, the greater it’s gravity

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15 An objects weight is determined by the force of gravity

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16 Examples of properties Malleability density ductility mass volume color odor

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17 Melting breaking freezing Are all changes

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18 Formula to calculate the volume of a box Length X width x height

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19 2 objects that are the same size have the same volume

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20 1 kg = N

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21 Dissolving sugar in water is an example of solubility

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22 How do you measure the volume of an irregularly shaped object? displacement

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23 Hammering metal into thin sheets is malleability

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24 Drawing metals into thin wires is ductility

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25 The amount of milk in a glass would be measured in Milliliters (mL)

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26 During_________ changes an object keeps its identity.

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27 To measure the volume of a gas measure the container

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28 Mass per unit volume is density

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29 Formula for mass given density and volume M = D x V

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30 Formula for volume given density and mass V = M/D

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31 Physical property DefinitionHow it is measured (units)

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32 Malleabilityductilitydensity flammabilitymelting Freezingreactivitysolubility

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