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6th U 3.1 Science

6th U 3.1 Science Part 2

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Anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter
Light is not matter because it does not take up space or have mass. True or False True
Sound is an example of matter. False
The amount of matter in an object. Mass
When reading mass on a scale it is measured in which unit of measure? grams (g)
Which has more mass, a toy dump truck or a real dump truck? the real dump truck
Which has more mass, a golf ball or a bowling ball? bowling ball
A measure of the gravitational force on an object. Weight
Which property of matter can change depending on the location of the object? (the moon....the Earth) Weight
Which property of matter does not change unless the amount of matter int he object changes? Mass
A triple-beam balance is used to measure the ___. Mass
A spring scale is used to measure the __. Weight
Pounds (lbs) are used to measure ___. Weight
Grams (g) are used to measure ___. Mass
The standard scientific unit for weight is the __. Newton (N)
All matter takes up ___. Space
What does volume measure? The amount of space that matter takes up.
Name two ways you can use to find volume of an object. If the object has a well-defined shape you can use formulas. If the object is irregularly shaped you can use a graduated cylinder and displacement.
To measure liquid volume in science you use a ___. Graduated cylinder
Which unit of measure is used to express volume? Liters (L) or milliliters (mL)
When an object is placed into water, it moves the water out of the way. This is called __. Displacement
Objects containing the same amount of mass can take up different amounts of ___. Space
A golf ball is (more or less) dense than a table-tennis ball. more
An empty milk carton is ____ than a milk carton full of milk. less dense
Name a type of ball that has more density than a baseball. Bowling ball, shoot put ball, cannon ball...
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