|The amount of matter in an object is called its ____ .
|The amount of space an object takes up is called its ______.
|The amount of matter in the volume is an object's ___________ .
|The measure of the force of gravity pulling an object down to the earth is the object's ______________ .
|What is the formula used to find the volume of a solid object?
|V = L x W x H
|What is the formula used to find the density of an object?
|D = Mass divided by Volume
|If a brick has a volume of 48 cubic centimeters and a mass of 144 grams, what is its density?
|D = 144g ? 48 cm3 = 3 g/cm3
|What tool can we use to measure length, width, and height of an object?
|What tool can we use to measure the amount of matter or mass in an object?
|triple beam balance
|What tool can we use to measure liquids and also the volume of irregularly shaped objects?
|Metric units used to measure liquids include
|Metric units used to measure the mass (amount of matter) in an object
|What does the scientific principle of water displacement say?
|No two objects can occupy the same space at the same time. That's why liquids move out of the way when an object is dropped into it, and the level rises.
|True or False: The weight of an object does not remain constant (does not stay the same) if its location is changed from earth to the moon.
|True. The weight changes because the force of gravity on the moon is less than it is on earth
|To find the volume of a car, you would________________ .
|Multiply length x width x height
|The weight of an object is really a measure of the _______________.
|Force of gravity pulling it downward to earth
|If the density of an object is GREATER than the liquid in which we drop it, then the object will ____________
|If the density of an object is LESS THAN the density of the liquid in which we drop it, then the object will ___________ .