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**MISD 2 Wk 19-20

Physical Science 2nd week

QuestionAnswer
The steps followed during an experiment Procedure
Measures mass of an object Balance scale or triple beam
The measurement of the pull of gravity on an object Weight
To throw away or get rid of Dispose
Only one of these should change in an experiment Variable
Noticing something about the world around you Observation
Able to float because of its shape Buoyancy
Measures weight of an object Spring scale
Used to measure centimeters Meter stick
Using clues to find the answers Inference
The amount of molecules in matter that allows it to sink or float. Density
Measures temperature Thermometer
How much matter is in something Mass
Measured in grams always stays the same Mass
How much space something takes up Volume
Used to protect clothing Apron
The outside part Surface
Parallel to the plane of the horizon or level across Horizontal
Instrument that makes pouring easier Funnel
A small portion of matter Particle
The ending of the investigation Conclusion
To put down in writing Record
An educated guess Hypothesis
Oil is less, honey is more Dense/density
Solid, liquid and gas Phases of matter or States of matter
Does not have definite shape but does have definite volume Liquid
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