Question | Answer |
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Matter | Anything that has mass and takes up space (volume) |

Physical Properties | The characteristics of a substance that can be observed or measured without changing the substance |

Mass | The measure of the amount of matter in an object |

Weight | The measure of the gravitational force acting on an object. The more gravity the more an object weighs. The less the gravity the less the object weighs |

Volume | Amount of space an object takes up; measured in liters or cubic centimeters. The formula for calculating the volume of a rectangular object is Length?Width?Height. |

Balance | A tool used to measure the mass of an object in grams (g) |

Spring Scale | A tool to measure force, such as the weight of an object in Newtons (N) |

Graduated Cylinder | A tool used to measure the volume of an object in milliliters (ml) |

Density | The amount of material (mass) an object has in a specific amount of space (volume). The formula for calculating density is Density |

Thermometer | A tool used to measure temperature |

Ruler | A tool used to measure length |

Milliliter | Metric unit for measuring volume |

Gram | Metric unit for measuring mass |

Newton | Metric unit for measuring a force such as weight. |

Celsius | Metric unit for measuring temperature |

Centimeter | Metric uit for measuring length |

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