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# Matter test 1

This is the mount of matter or stuff something contains Mass
This is the amount of space an object takes up volume
This is the type of description that uses words and descriptions to give details for an object. Ex: small, tall, short, heavy Qualitative data
This type of description uses numbers to give details about an object Quantitative data
This type of object is easy to find the volume (using LxWxH) because it has the same length, the same height and the same width all around. For example, a cube or a rectangular prism A regular object
This type of object can not have its volume calculated by LxWxH because its dimensions vary from place to place An Irregular object
How do we take the volume of a regular object? We use the Measurement Method. Measure the Length the Width and the Height of the object and MULTIPLY the three numbers. Always use cubic units.
How do we find the volume of an irregular object? You must use water displacement to see how much water is moved. This type of volume is measured in milliliters (mL)
What is the formula for the volume of a regular object? V = LxWxH
This word refers to the amount of matter in an object per volume; in other words, how tightly packed the material is. Density
What is the formula for Density? Density = mass divided by volume or D=m/v
What UNIT do we usually use in my science class to measure mass Grams (g)
WhatUNITS do we typically use to measure volume in my science class? Cubic centimeters (cm3) or Milliliters (mL)
If I have the SAME AMOUNT of two materials with different densities, what do we know about the mass of the two materials? The more dense material will have a larger mass, even though they are the same size.
In order to be matter, you must have _____________ and ____________ mass and volume
When looking at a graduated cylinder we measure from the BOTTOM of this the meniscus
In the scientific method, this is the END where you state everything you have learned Conclusion
In the scientific method, this is where you explain what you want to find out/learn Purpose/Problem
In the scientific method, this is where you look very closely at the data and sometimes do mathematical work to understand your data better Analysis
In the scientific method, this is where you tell how you THINK the experiment will turn out Hypothesis
In the scientific method, this is where you do a step by step procedure and gather your data the Experiment
In the scientific method, this is where you find out what others have already learned about a certain topic. the Research
In the following statement, what is the inference part? Mrs. Woods must like orange because her entire desk has orange supplies on it. Inference = Mrs. Woods must like orange
In the following statement, what is the inference part? Johnny was jumping up and down in science class, so he must have gotten an A+ on the test. Inference = he must have gotten an A+ on the test.
In the following statement, what is the observation part? the sun is shining brightly this morning, so it is going to be warm today. Observation = The sun is shining brightly this morning
In the following statement, which is the observation? That goat only has one horn, it must have lost the other in a fight. Observation = that goat only has one horn.
Created by: Rwoods