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Mass and Volume Test

Mass is the amount of matter in something
The basic unit of measure for mass is the kilogram
Since you cannot just pour the liquid directly on the ____ of the balance beam you need to put it in a container Pan
Scientists use a ____________ to measure the volume of something. graduated cylinder
volume is the amount of space an object takes up
Because the liquid is curved, to read the volume correctly you must look at the meniscus
There are ______ Grams in a kilogram 1,000
1.0 milliliter = _____________ 1.0 cubic centimeter
Use the formula Length x Width X Height. It doesn't matter what you consider your length, width, or height as long as you don't measure the SAME SIDE ______ TWICE!!
_________ 50.0 mL from the new water level Subtract
If the mass of the empty container is 20.0 rams and you needed 35.0 grams of sugar. You would set the riders on the triple beam balance to______ 55.0 Grams
Set the ________ to the ________ of the ________ and the amount you need riders,mass,container
Pour in the object until the ______ lines up with the “0” on the _________ pointer,indicator
Weight is the amount of _______ on you gravity
If you were on the moon your weight would ______ but NOT your mass change
mass and weight are the same thing false
On the surface of the moon your weight would be different than it is here on Earth true
You can use a triple-beam balance to measure an object's weight false
Created by: jakaye1205