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measurement and unit

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What is matter Anything that occupies space and has mass
Name three properties of the state of matter Solids,liquids and gases
What is evaporation The changing of a liquid to a gas
What is diffusion The movement of particles from an area of high concentration to an area of lower concentration.
What does physics deal with? Physics deals with how and why things behave as they do.
how do we observe things? we does this with our senses.
What instruments are used to measure length? these include a Metre stick, ruler, measuring tape, callipers, vernier callipers, opisometer and a trundle wheel.
What does the mass of an object mean ? it means the amount of matter or stuff in it
Created by: modeajcscience