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# Volume - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Volume. The amount of space an object occupies Anything that takes up space has volume. Recoil. To spring or fly back due to a force or impact When you fire a shotgun there is a strong recoil. Infer. Can you infer the temperature outside?. To come to a conclusion based on facts

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The amount of space an object occupies

Anything that takes up space has volume

To spring or fly back due to a force or impact

When you fire a shotgun there is a strong recoil

Can you infer the temperature outside?

To come to a conclusion based on facts

Mr. Lichaj inferred that his class is stronger than Ms. Dunne’s class

To make use of something

The student utilized the time he had to study before the quiz

Mr. Lichaj has not been able to utilize his bike the last two weeks.

To make or cause something to become smaller or less important

The amount of homework will diminish when the ACT gets closer so students can focus on taking the ACT