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1st 6 Wk Test Review

Key concepts for 6th grade first six weeks test in Texas

QuestionAnswer
safety goggles used to protect your eyes during labs
beaker used to measure volume, not very precise
lab apron used to protect clothing during labs
fire blanket used to smother small fires
thermometer used to measure temperature
experiment an investigation to uncover a scientific principle or learn more about a concept
investigation descriptive, comparative or experimental ways to learn about the world around us
hypothesis a prediction about the outcome of an investigation
triple beam balance tool for measuring mass
conclusion interpretation of the data collected during an investigation
graduated cylinder tool for measuring volume precisely
density the amount of matter in a given amount of space; D = m/v
mass the amount of matter in an object; measured in grams
volume the amount of space an object occupies; measured in milliliter or cubic centimeters
Created by: bwilliamsscience on 2012-09-21



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