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Chapter 1 Matter


General Properties include mass / density / volume / weight
Mass is measured in units called grams
Gravitational Force is a property of all objects
As mass increases, what else increases Inertia
Weight is the response of mass to the pull of Gravity
Units that measure Volume mL / cubic centemeters
Density is mass per unit volume
Ice floats in water because the ice is less or more dense less dense
Formula for Density is D = M/V
How is weight changed by where you are located due to gravity Closer to the center of earth the heavier you are.
What instruments are used to measure mass? Balance
What instrument is used in water displacement. Graduated Cylinder
Inertia the resistance of an object to change its motion.
What is the amount of matter in an object. Mass
You weigh less on the moon than on Earth because the moons gravity is? Less
The amount of space something takes up = its Volume
Color is and example of what type of property. physical property
Mass is an example of a what type of property. physical property
Created by: huizenga