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# Science quiz

### Density

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What are specific properties of matter? color, odor, size, shape, texture, hardness
What is the universe made up of? Matter
Mass is _________ amount of matter in an object
Mass is the measure of _________In an object. inertia
Inertia is_________ The resistance of an object to changes in its motion
Objects that have mass have inertia
If an object is at rest, it will take a __________to move it. force
The more mass an object has the_______the inertia greater
The less mass an object has the _________ inertia it has less
Why is weight changeable? -Weight is mass and the pull of gravity on it -the pull of gravity can change depending on where you are
What is the difference between mass and weight? -mass is just mass -weight is mass and the pull of gravity -the pull of gravity can change depending on where you are
Matter anything that has mass and volume
Property Characteristic
Mass amount of matter in an object
Inertia tendency of objects to remain in motion or to stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force
Weight mass and the pull of gravity on an object
Gravity force of attraction between all objects in the universe
Volume The amount of space an object takes up
Density mass per unit volume of an object
What is the density of water? 1g/ml
Why do things sink or float in water? -The density of water is 1 g/ml -If the density is more than 1 g/ml it sinks -if the density is less then 1g/ml it floats
What is the equation for weight? Weight= mass x force
What is the equation for density? Density= Mass/Volume
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