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Density

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Mass The amount of matter in an object.
Grams The unit for measuring mass
Triple-Beam Balance The tool used for measuring mass
Weight The force of gravity pulling down on an object.
Volume The amount of space that is taken up by an object.
cubic centimeters (cm3) or cubic meters (m3) The unit for measuring the volume of a solid
milliliters (ml) or Liters (L) The unit for measuring the volume of a liquid
Graduated Cylinder The tool for measuring the volume of a liquid
L X W X H = The formula for measuring the volume of a box
Water Displacement The way to measure the volume of an irregular solid. Water level with object - Water level without object = Volume of object
Density how heavy something is in relationship to its size
g/cm3 The unit for measuring density
M/V = The formula for Density
Created by: Stszerdy