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mass measures how much matter is in a substance
gram ,g the metric base unit of mass
volume a measure of space that a mater occupies
cubic cm3 a metric unit of volume equal to a milliliter
milliliter,ml a metric unit of volume
displacement a producer used to measure volume of a solid object by placing it in a known amount of liqued
matter any thing that has mass or takes up space
substance any form of matter that is uniform through out and has consistent properties
physical properties characteristics that can be observed or measured without changing the substance . ex: color ,melting point , conductivity
density a mass of substance divided by its volume
relative density the comparison of density in one material as it relativity; frequently the comparison is to the density of water ( as in sinking or floating).
density formula d=m/v density=mass/volume
classify \ classification sort or put into groups depending on a certain characteristics
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