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9/23/15 Entry Task 1.What is mass? How do we measure mass? 2.What is volume? How do we measure volume? 3.Is there a relationship between mass and volume in an object? (In other words, what happens to mass when you increase the volume?)

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First Quarter Assignment Log DATEAssignment Title 9/10/15White Boarding Guidelines 9/10/15New Planet Activity 9/11/15QFT 9/14/15Modeling Curriculum 9/16/15Measuring Stations 9/17/15Measuring Protocol 9/18/15Mass Volume Activity 9/21/15Mass Volume Cube Activity 9/22/15Mass Volume Solid Cylinder Activity 9/23/15Density Notes

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Analysis Questions 1.Describe the shape of the water line. Why is it that shape? 2.Describe the shape of the cube line. Why is it that shape? 3.Describe the shape of the cylinder line. Why is it that shape? 4.How do you calculate slope? What is the slope of the water line? 5.Choose one cube dot. Predict what the volume would be if you cut the cube in half. Predict what the mass would be if you cut the cube in half. 6.Choose one water dot. Predict what the mass of the water would be if you only had 1 mL.

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9/23/15 Density Notes Density is a physical property that is a characteristic property. Characteristic property – something that is unique to a substance. Density = mass / volume Why isn’t volume a characteristic property? Answer: Why isn’t mass a characteristic property? Answer:

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Density Calculate the density of the cubes and the cylinders. Record the density on the data table. One of the cylinders floated in water. What was the density of that cylinder? Why did it float in water? TURN IN YOUR GRAPH / CONCLUSION / ANALYSIS QUESTIONS

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