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POM Lesson 1 Content

This information is important for lesson 1 of Properties of matter.

In inquiry 1.1 what happened to the balloon when we put the bottle in the hot water? The Balloon Expanded.
In inquiry 1.1 what happened to the balloon when we put the bottle in the cold water? The Balloon contracted.
In inquiry 1.2 how many milliliters did we put in the graduated cylinder? 50 mL
In inquiry 1.2, how much did the water go up when you put the ball and rectangle in the graduated cylinder? about 5mL
In inquiry 1.3, what happened when you put the beaker over the flame? The flame went out.
In inquiry 1.5, which substance dissolved? Substance B (purple crystals)
In inquiry 1.6, which substance was more dense? The Blue substance.
In inquiry 1.6, what happened after it was shaken up? The liquids mixed together for a second, then went back to original state.
In inquiry 1.7, which pan sank? The squashed pan sank.
In inquiry 1.7,which pan has more volume (takes up more space)? The regular pan has more volume.
In inquiry 1.7 which pan has more mass? They have the same mass.
In inquiry 1.8, what happened when you put the white tablet into the water? The water started fissing.
What does POM stand for? Properties of Matter
Created by: jay8765