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# Measurement 2011

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### Measurement 2011

1. 1. 1. What is the difference betweenQUANTITATIVE data and QUALITATIVEdata? 2. What are some examples of QUANTITATIVE data?
2. 2. Homework Review:What did you list as examples of using thescientific method?Choose 1 of your examples and explain how ituses the scientific method.
3. 3. Gathering QUANTITATIVE data
4. 4. Mass Triple Beam Balance
5. 5. Online Practice Let’s practice with the link online!
6. 6. What is the mass below?
7. 7. What is the mass below?
8. 8.  Quick… Turn to your neighbor and share the things that you wrote down under the information section for finding mass!
9. 9. 1.How is mass measured (what is the tool and the unit?)2.Explain the steps for measuring mass.
10. 10. 1.What is this tool called? B. C. D. A.2.What are the parts called at each of the letters?
11. 11. 1. How do we find mass? (What are some tricks you found when finding mass of the 6 objects?)2. How would you find the mass of a liquid without pouring it?
12. 12. Volume Today we will measure volume. There are several ways to do this.
13. 13. 1. Liquid volumes To measure the volume of a liquid, pour the liquid in a graduated cylinder and read the volume…at the bottom of the meniscus
14. 14. Liquid volumes Practice…
15. 15. 2. Volume of a regular solid For anything cubic, use the formula below: Volume = L x W x H 8cm 5cm 10cm **using a ruler, the volume of a cube is measures in cm3 **1cm3 = 1ml
16. 16. 3. Volume of an irregular solid Use the water displacement method  Drop the solid into a liquid and measure how much the liquid rises or how much spills out of the can Try this: A rock dropped into 25ml of water causes the water to rise to 29ml. What is the volume of the rock?
17. 17.  Quick… Turn to your neighbor and share the things that you wrote down under the information section for each method of finding volume!
18. 18. 1. How do we find the volume of a regular solid like a block?2. What is the relationship between cm 3 and ml?
19. 19. Green liquid Marble Rock Wooden blockFree reading book Toy Car
20. 20. 1. Describe in detail how you would go about finding the volume of a rock!
21. 21. Article Analysis…Please read the article provided and complete the sheet.
22. 22. 1.What is that piece of glassware called?2.What is that piece of glassware called?3.What is that piece of equipment called?
23. 23. Common lab errors to avoid: 1. Use units for data2. Read the question carefully; make sure your answer responds to the question 3. Use details and supporting facts 4. Write in complete sentences
24. 24. Use the words associated with mass and volume to create a word web orconcept map to show how they are related. Some words are provided for you,but you may add words. YOU MUST use at least the words provided. Measurement Mass Volume Balance Graduated cylinder Liquid Overflow can Solid Meniscus Grams Cube/Solid Milliliters Water displacement
25. 25. 1.What is 1 important thing you learned about measuring?2.What is 1 question you still have about measuring?
26. 26. Use the words associated with mass and volume to create a word web orconcept map to show how they are related. Some words are provided for you,but you may add words. YOU MUST use at least the words provided. Measurement Mass Volume Balance Graduated cylinder Liquid Overflow can Solid Meniscus Grams Cube/Solid Milliliters Water displacement
27. 27. 1.Quietly look over your graphic organizer.