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matter
anything that takes up space and has mass (particles)
buoyancy
upward force of water that keeps things floating
mass
amount of particles making up an object (measured in grams and kilograms)
solid
particles that make a definite shape and takes up a definite amount of space. Lots of particles (ice)
liquid
particles that don't have a definite shape but does take up a definite amount of space. (water)
gas
particles that don't take up a set amount of space or shape
metric system
what scientists use to measure matter (particles)
length
the number of units that fit along the edge of an object.
area
1-number of squares that cover a surface.
2-lenght X width=area
volume
how much space an object takes up
weight
measure of the pull of gravity on earth
density
the amount of matter in a space that tells how tight the particles
properties
color, texture, and shape