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Chapter 1.1. Matter, mass, and volume. Brain Pop. Example: Which has more mass, a car or a cat? Why?. Matter. Things that can physically be touched It makes up all objects and living things in the universe Examples: people, animals, water, etc. Mass.

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Chapter 1 1

Chapter 1.1

Matter, mass, and volume


Brain pop

Brain Pop

  • Example: Which has more mass, a car or a cat? Why?


Matter

Matter

  • Things that can physically be touched

  • It makes up all objects and living things in the universe

  • Examples: people, animals, water, etc.


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Mass

  • Measurement of how much matter there is

  • The more matter, the greater the mass.

  • Example: Which has more mass, a car or a cat? Why?


Weight

Weight

  • Is the downward pull on an object due to gravity

  • Gravity is a force that pulls all matter (things that can be touched) together

  • Example: car and a cat.. Which has more matter?


Mass vs weight

Mass –vs- Weight

  • Again Mass describes the amount of matter an object has and Weight is how strongly gravity is pulling on that matter.


Volume

Volume

  • The amount of space that matter occupies (takes up)

  • Volume = length X width X height

  • V=l x w x h

  • Not regular in shape, can figure out the volume by Displacement

  • No two objects that are the same can be in the same space at the same time


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