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matter science test

QuestionAnswer
what is matter? anything that occupies space
what are 2 standard units of measurement scientist use to measure matter metric system and customary
example of metric cm,m,km
examples of customary in,yd,ft
what is the difference between mass and weight of an object mass is the amount of matter the object has and wieght is the pull of gravity on an object
examples of measuring mass g,kg,mg
examples of measuring wieght lb,oz,ton
physical may varry but they are still the same substance physical change
what is matter? anything that occupies space
what are 2 standard units of measurement scientist use to measure matter metric system and customary
example of metric cm,m,km
examples of customary in,yd,ft
what is the difference between mass and weight of an object mass is the amount of matter the object has and wieght is the pull of gravity on an object
examples of measuring mass g,kg,mg
examples of measuring wieght lb,oz,ton
physical may varry but they are still the same substance physical change.
one form of matter changes into another chemical change
examples of physical change two rocks grinding together and split apart
examples of chemical change glow stick,rusting wood
three states of matter soild,liqud,gas
Created by: kimlsmith7