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POM Lesson 3 content

This information is important for lesson 3 of Properties of matter.

True or False? You can use density to predict whether something will float or sink. True
True or False? Liquids have density. True
Will Wax float or sink in water? float
Is the density of wax greater than, less than or equal to 1 g/cm3 less than 1 g/cm3
Will the white plastic block float or sink in water? sink
Will the clear plastic block float or sink in water? sink
Will the aluminum block float or sink? sink
What is the density of water? 1 g/cm3
What does the scale measure? Mass
What does the graduated cylinder measure? volume
Created by: jay8765