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01.03 Volume and Density Guided Notes Objectives: In the lesson you will: define and identify the measurements for density and volume use the volume formulas for cubes, cylinders, and spheres to calculate density describe how density relates to an object's mass and volume use the density formula to determine mass, volume, or density of substances Big Ideas: Key Questions and Terms Notes What are volume and density? How do they relate to each other?sd What is matter? Explain in your own words how volume is measured. Think about objects that have density. Compare two types of foods by explaining which one is denser. How is volume measured for liquids and

Unformatted text preview: solids? How do you determine the density of a substance or object? When an object has a definite shape, how is it measured? Give an example of an object and the tool you would use to measure it. What is a cylinder? Give an example of an object that’s a cylinder. What is height? Give an example. What is radius? When might you need to measure an object’s radius? When might a technique called water displacement be used? What is the relationship between mass, volume, and density? What is the formula for measuring density of all matter? Explain how this formula works....
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