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Vocab and Density Word Problems

the amount of matter in an object mass
the amount of space an object takes up volume
the SI unit for mass gram
the SI unit for volume liter
1/1000 of a liter milliliter
varies with changes in the other variable dependent
vertical axis on a graph y
variable on x axis independent
graph showing parts of a whole circle
not affected by other variable's changes independent
graph showing change over time line
curved level of liquid in a container meniscus
amount of material in a given space density
length x width x height = volume
a picture of data graph
metric prefix with a value of 0.1 deci
variable on the y axis dependent
graph comparing counted data bar
metric prefix with a value of 10 x deca
tool used to measure mass triple beam balance
the horizontal axis on a graph x
tool used to measure liquid volume graduated cylinder
Created by: Mrs. Armstrong