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Date: 9/19/2011

Monday

Do Now:

Prepare for quiz (Scientific Method)

What is the purpose of the Metric System?

Homework: Read pgs 14-21

Answer questions (1, 2, 4, 5) on pg 21

BRING IN A CALCULATOR TOMORROW!!!

What is the metric system?

A standard system used by scientists to measure

Length,

Volume,

Mass,

Density, &

Temperature

Based on units of 10

A.K.A. International System of Units or SI

What is ______?

What is ______?

What is ______?

The amount of matter in an object

The amount of space an object takes up

The amount of matter in a given volume of an object

Jeopardy

mass

volume

density

What is matter?

Anything that has mass & takes up space

Examples:

Solid, Liquids, & Gases

Anyone want to work for me this weekend

What are units?

- Words used to describe numbers
- Example:
- meters, liters, grams, %, $…

Meter (m)

Metric ruler

Metric ruler or graduated cylinder

Liter, cm3 = mL

Triple-beam balance

Grams (g)

Tools for mass &

volume

g/ml or g/cm3

thermometer

ºC or K

Date: 9/20/2007

Thursday

Do Now: 1. Take out homework.

2. Put your name & period on the lab

Homework: Handout (Section 1-4)

BRING IN A CALCULATOR TOMORROW!!!

Date: 9/21/2007

Friday

Do Now: 1. Take out homework.

2. What does the word “volume” mean?

Homework: Have a great weekend!!!

The amount of space an object takes up

Graduated Cylinder

mL

Metric ruler

Length x Width x Height (L x W x H)

cc

cm3

cm

m3

1

1

Date: 9/24/2007

Monday

Do Now: What is the volume of the following objects:

Homework: Study for quiz (BRING CALCULATOR)

A.

B.

2 cm

2 cm cube

5cm

3cm

24 cm3

18 cm3

4 cm3

56 cm3

36 cm3

15,000 cm3

3,600 cm3

140 cm3

6,000 cm3

48,000 cm3

3,600 cm3

- Add at least 20 mL of water to graduated cylinder.
- Place the object in the water.
- Note where the water level rises & then subtract:

Final Water Level - Initial Water Level =

Volume of the Object

5 mL

50 mL

55 mL

Length

Metric Ruler

Liter

Volume

Gram

Triple-beam balance

ºC

Temperature

Mass = The amount of matter in an object

Weight = The gravitational pull on the mass of an object

Date: 9/25/2007

Tuesday

Do Now: Prepare for Quiz.

Homework: Handout (Triple-beam balance)

The amount of matter in a given object

Triple-beam balance

Grams (g)

mg

389.3 g

578.6 g

499 g

The gravitational pull on the mass of an object

Spring Scale

Newtons

Pounds

mass

gravity

Date: 9/26/2007

Wednesday

Do Now: 1. What is mass?

2. How do we determine the mass of an object?

3. What are units of mass?

Homework: Handout (except #s 5,10,11 & Bonus)

BRING IN A CALCULATOR

& PENCIL EVERYDAY!!!

722.9 g

200.5 g

45.5 g

153.7 g

514.0 g

Date: 9/27/2007

Thursday

Do Now: 1. Take out homework.

2. How do you calculate density?

3. What are units for density?

Homework: Study for tomorrow’s Quiz.

BRING IN A CALCULATOR

&

PENCIL EVERYDAY!!!

The amount of matter in a given volume

of an object (how tightly packed together

the particles are)

Least

Greatest

M

D = M/V

D

V

Graduated Cylinder

Triple-beam balance

Metric Ruler

g/mL

g/cm3

D = M/V

D = 150g/V

(V = 1 x 5 x 2)

D = 150g/10cm3

D = 15g/cm3

D = M/V

D = 80g/V

V = 65-40

= 25 mL

3.2 g/mL

D = 80g/25 mL

44 g

8 cm3

V = M/D

V = 44g / 5.5 g/cm3

V = L x W x H

8 cc = L x W x H

8 cc = 2 x 2 x 2

Date: 10/3/2011

Monday

Do Now: Brain Pop – Measuring Matter

Homework: 1. Study for Quiz tomorrow on Density

2. Study for next Monday’s (Oct.11th) Exam on the Scientific Method & Metrics System (Units, Tools, Conversions, & Calculations of Volume/Mass/Density)

BRING IN A CALCULATOR

& PENCIL EVERYDAY!!!

What do we know about density & water?

Density of water = 1.0g/mL

Anything less than 1.0g/mL FLOATS

Anything greater than 1.0g/mL SINKS

Density of Ice = 0.9 g/mL

(Floats)

Match the Following Densities to the Picture:

A. 1.0 g/cm3

B. 2.0 g/cm3

C. 0.7 g/cm3

D

E

C

D. 0.2 g/cm3

A

E. 0.5 g/cm3

B

Mouths

Lips

Gums

K

I

D

S

H

A

V

E

D

I

R

T

Y

D

R

I

N

K

I

N

G

C

H

O

C

O

L

A

T

E

M

I

L

K

1000

1/10

100

1/100

10

1/1000

K H D M d C M

L

G

786 ml = ______ cm3

786

Date: 9/28/2006

Thursday

Do Now: 1. Take out homework.

2. Read over lab.

Homework: Complete Lab &

Study for Quiz on calculating Density, Mass, & Volume

BRING IN A CALCULATOR

& PENCIL EVERYDAY!!!

Date: 9/29/2006

Friday

Do Now: Prepare for Quiz.

Homework:

Study for Tuesday’s Quiz on Metric Conversions & Wednesday’s Exam on the Scientific Method & Metrics System

Have a Good Weekend!!!

Date: 10/1/2007

Monday

Do Now: Quiz

Homework:Study for tomorrow’s Exam on Metric Conversions & Exam on the Scientific Method & Metrics System

Bring Calculator & Pencil

Date: 10/4/2006

Wednesday

Do Now: Prepare for metric conversion quiz.

Homework: Study for tomorrow’s Exam on the Scientific Method & Metrics System

BRING IN A CALCULATOR

& PENCIL

Date: 10/5/2006

Thursday

Do Now: Take out Calculator & #2 Pencil & Prepare for exam.

Homework: Graphing Handout