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 Volume (1.4) property that indicates the space an object occupies, which can later be determined by multiplying area by height Theory (1.2) a well-tested hypothesis thta predicts future events Solid (1.9) substance with a definite volume and shape (rigid) Submicroscopic (1.9) on an invisible level Slope (1.7) the ratio of the change in y to the corresponding change in x for any two points on a line SI Base Units (1.4) system of measurement used in science based on the decimal system Quantity (1.3) property that can be measured and described by a number and a unit that names the standard used Melting (1.8) term to describe the change of a solid to a liquid Model (1.2) representation (picture, diagram, idea) intended to ocnvey information about another object or event Macroscopic Observations (1.8) large views (common observations) of matter Liquid (1.9) substance that flows and takes the shape of its container Inference (1.2) interpretation of an observation Hypothesis (1.2) a temporary scientific explanation for an observed regularity Gas (1.9) substance that takes the shape of and fills its container Fluid (1.9) any substance that flows Volume (1.4) property that indicates the space an object occupies, which can later be determined by multiplying area by height Theory (1.2) a well-tested hypothesis thta predicts future events Solid (1.9) substance with a definite volume and shape (rigid) Submicroscopic (1.9) on an invisible level Slope (1.7) the ratio of the change in y to the corresponding change in x for any two points on a line SI Base Units (1.4) system of measurement used in science based on the decimal system Quantity (1.3) property that can be measured and described by a number and a unit that names the standard used Melting (1.8) term to describe the change of a solid to a liquid Model (1.2) representation (picture, diagram, idea) intended to ocnvey information about another object or event Macroscopic Observations (1.8) large views (common observations) of matter Liquid (1.9) substance that flows and takes the shape of its container Inference (1.2) interpretation of an observation Hypothesis (1.2) a temporary scientific explanation for an observed regularity Gas (1.9) substance that takes the shape of and fills its container Fluid (1.9) any substance that flows Density (1.7) ratio between the mass and the volume of a substance Data (1.5) plural term used for the observations and facts collected in science Constant (1.7) quantity that has the same value as the slope of a straight-line graph representing a direct proportion Classification (1.2) system of organizing similar things into vategories according to common characteristics Chemical Changes (1.8) change that produces a new kind of matter with different properties Area (1.4) number of squares of a given size needed to cover a surface