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alex and meaghan


fluid any substance that flows
density amount of mass contained in any volume
mass amount of matter in an object
weight amount of force on an object due to gravity
particle theory the theory that states that all matter is made up of particles substances are identical, constant motion that temperature effects the speed at which particles move, they have forces of attraction between them, spaces between them.
viscosity resistance of a fluid to flow
buoyancy tendency of an object and a fluid to rise or sink due to density differences with its surroundings,
archimedes' principle buoyant force of an object is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced by the object
Created by: meaghanandalex