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science 1 mms

Anomaly Something that doesnt fit your hypothesis
Hypothesis Predicted answer to a scientific question
System Set of things that are relsted to each other in someway
Buoyancy An upward force produced by fluids.The more dense the fluid the more bouyant force
Origin (on a graph) The point of intersection of coridinate axes
Mass The amount of matter an object takes up (grams)
Ballast Any material added to an object to make it sink
Water Dispalcement Water moved by an object
Relationship (scientific) A connection between two variables
Density Mass of an object compared to its volume (grams per milliliter)
Volume Is the amount of space accupied by an object. (newtons)
Archimedes principle The bouyant force of an abject is equal to the wieght of an object
Created by: meaghanmccracken