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Properties of matter

Density is The measure of how light or heavy something is for its size Volume is the amount of matter contained in an object
Density equals mass over volume Ways to measure volume is to do displacement if it is an irregular object.You can also lxwxh
Mass,weight,volume,and density Density determines an objects ability to sink or float
Mass is measured in grams or ounces An object floats when its density is less than the liquids density
Weight and mass are different.Weight is the force of gravity on an objects mass.Mass never changes.Weight changes with gravitational pull An object sinks when its density is more than the liquids density
Weight is measured in newtons and pounds Volume is measured in Liters and milliliters
Matter is the amount of space an object takes up
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