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DeBoo-Physical Prop

DeBoo-Physical Properties (5th Grade)

QuestionAnswer
the amount of matter in an object mass
mass is measured with this tool balance
units for mass grams
amount of space an object takes up volume
volume is measures with this tool beaker or graduated cylinder
units for volume milliliters
length, width and height of an object size
units for size centimeters
amount of matter in an object plus the pull of gravity on that object weight
unit for weight Newtons
Which is the most dense: solids, liquids or gasses solids
Which is the least dense: solids, liquids or gasses gasses
Which of the following changes if you go to the moon: mass or weight? weight
tool used to measure weight spring scale
What are the four physical properties we learned about that can be measured? size, mass, weight, volume
Can the physical properties of color and shape be measured? no
All matter has mass and volume
When using a graduated cylinder, look at the ____________ of the meniscus. bottom
Physical Properties can be observed without changing any of the ___________ the object is made of matter
Created by: Cabrini