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Matter L1

Matter is anything that ... has mass and takes up space.
A property is a ... characteristic of an object.
Several properties of matter include: solid, liquid, gas, color, size, shape, texture, mass, density, magnetic, odor, taste.
Scientists must be careful when testing the properties of ... odor and taste.
A Venn diagram may be used to ... compare and contrast the properties of two objects.
Mass is the amount of ... matter that makes up an object.
The mass of an object does not depend on ... the object’s shape.
Weight is a measure of the ... force or pull of gravity between and object and Earth.
An astronaut’s mass on Earth and on the moon is the ... same.
The astronaut’s weight on Earth and on the moon is different because of ... different amounts of gravity.
A balance can be used to measure ... mass
a scale can be used to measure ... weight.
Solids, liquids, and gases take up ... space.
The measurement of this space that solids, liquids, and gases take up is the matter’s ... volume
Different objects may have a different mass, but the same... volume
A ping pong ball and golf ball both have the same volume but do not have the same ... mass
The golf ball is more __________ than the same size ping pong ball. dense
A ping pong ball is less dense than water since it has_________ inside air
but a golf ball is more dense than water since it is completely _____________through and through solid
Magnetism is a force that acts on moving electric ... charges and magnetic materials.
property is a ... characteristic of an object
gravity is a ... force that attracts objects to the center of Earth
matter is ... anything that takes up space and has mass
mass is... the amount of matter in an object
volume is... the amount of space that matter takes up
density is ... the property that compares an object’s mass to its volume
repel means... to push away another object
Created by: tbrogs5