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Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
Notes gb lab 02 how much matter
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  • 1. NotesNotes
  • 2. The student will: Make accuratemeasurements using theInternational System ofUnits (SI-metric)
  • 3. The student will: Select and use appropriatetools for gathering data
  • 4. The student will:Use mathematical conceptsto collect, analyze and reportdata
  • 5. The student will:Investigate and determinephysical properties of matter
  • 6. The student will:Calculate mass, volume ofsubstances
  • 7. Physical PropertiesMassVolumeMeanMedianModeRange
  • 8.  The traits that canbe easily observedby using the fivesenses Color – Red, blue , etc. Texture – Smooth or rough Shape – Round, jagged,square etc. Conductivity - Allows heat orelectricity to pass Size – Large, small Luster - Shiny or dull Hardness – Soft - hard
  • 9.  The amount of matterin an object orsubstance▪Measured with atriple-beam-balance▪Measured in grams(g) or Kilograms (Kg)
  • 10.  The amount of spacesomething takes up Liquids are measured inmilliliters (mL) Solids are measured in cubiccentimeters (cm3)▪ For a regular solid such as a cube , measurethe length (l) the Height (h) and the width(w). Then multiply l x h x w to get thevolume▪ For an irregular solid use the waterdisplacement method using a graduatedcylinder
  • 11. Mr. Kershes ……….NOT!
  • 12. The average in aseries of numberswhen they are firstadded and thendivided by thenumber of addends6+8+5+4+2+10 +7= 4242/7 = 6Mean = 6
  • 13. The middlenumber in a seriesof numbers whenthey are put inorder from lowestto highest 6, 8, 5, 4, 2, 10 , 7 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10 6 is the mediannumber
  • 14. The mostfrequentlyrepeatednumber/valuein a series ofnumbers2, 4, 5, 6, 6,6, 7, 8, 106is the Mode
  • 15.  The differencebetween thehighest and thelowest numbers ina series of numbers It can be written asLowest – Highest oras the numericaldifference betweenthe lowest andhighest numbers. 2, 4, 5, 6, 7, 7, 7, 8, 10▪ Range Lowest t oHighest  2 – 10▪ Range difference =8

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