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POM Lesson 2 Content

This information is important for lesson 2 of Properties of matter.

How do you find the volume of an regular shaped object? length x width x height
How do you find the volume of an irregular shaped object? See how much the water went up in a graduated cylinder after dropping the object in.
What do we measure mass in? grams or milligrams
What do we measure volume in? centimeters cubed and milliliters
How do find the mass of an object? Zero out the scale, make sure its on grams and place object scale. Record data.
How do you find the density of an object? Mass divided by volume
What is the density of water? 1 gram per cubic centimeter or 1 gram per milliliter
What is the maximum volume a graduated cylinder can hold? 100mL
What is the minimum volume a graduated cylinder can hold? 5 or 10 mL
What unit of measure is equal to 1mL? 1 cubic centimeter
What two characteristics does a substance have to have in order for it to be considered matter? mass and volume
Which of the following is a characteristic property? density
Which one of these objects do you not need when finding the mass, volume and density of a regular shaped object graduated cylinder
Created by: jay8765