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Force of air on moving objects Air Resistance
Smallest unit of life Atom
Definite shape and volume; fundamental state of matter Solid
Explain what is reflection? The bouncing off or turning back of light, sound, or heat from a surface
A subatomic particle having zero change found in the nucleus of the atom Neutron
Pure substance Element
Amount of matter an object contains Mass
A stable elementary particle that is negatively charged and orbits the nucleus of an atom Electron
A physical change that occurs when matters changes another state Change of state
Defining and naming groups for classification especially for organisms Taxonomy
Diagram that is used to predict the genotypes of particular cross breeding experiment Punnett square
Lowest point on a wave Trough
What is the density formula? D=m/v
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