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what is a fluid? a fluid is any substance that flows
what is density? amount of mass contained in a giving volume
what is an example of mass? amount of mass in an object EG: a book has mass
what is weight and how is it different from mass? is the amount of force an object do to gravity
what is particle theory and what does i explain? 1 all matter is made up of particles 2 that all particles of one substance are identical 3 particles of matter are in constant motion 4 the temperature affects the speed that the particles move at 5 particles have a force of attraction.
what is viscosity? viscosity resistance of a fluid to flow
what is a hydrometer? what does it measure? hydrometer measures the density of liquids
Archimedes principal? items with the same mass can sink or float depending on there shape
what is a solid? a solid does not flow and has dense particles
what is a liquid? a liquid is any thing that flows with particles not super dense
what is gas? gas is a state of matter which particles are very far apart.
pascal's law? when a force is applied to inclosed fluid the pressure will be transmitted equally though out the whole fluid.
what is compressibility? compressibility is a property to be more compacted or compress.
what is pressure? pressure is force applied to a given area.
what is temperature? temperature is the density of particles measured in C decrees
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