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 PHYSICAL PROPERTY ANYTHING THAT YOU CAN OBSERVE ABOUT AN OBJECT BY USING YOUR SENSES SOLID A FORM OF MATTER THAT TAKES UP A SPECIFIC AMOUNT OF SPACE AND HAS A DEFINITE SHAPE GRAM A METRIC UNIT TO MEASURE THE WEIGHT OR MASS OF AN OBJECT (1000 G = 1 KG) MILLILITER A METRIC UNIT TO MEASURE VOLUME OR LIQUID CAPACITY (1000 ML = 1 L) LIQUID A FORM OF MATTER THAT HAS VOLUME THAT STAYS THE SAME, BUT CAN CHANGE THE SHAPE LITER A METRIC UNIT TO MEASURE VOLUME OR LIQUID CAPACITY KILOGRAM A METRIC UNIT TO MEASURE THE WEIGHT OR MASS OF AN OBJECT (WEIGHT OF YOUR MATH BOOK) VOLUME THE AMOUNT OF SPACE MATTER TAKES UP MASS THE AMOUNT OF MATTER IN AN OBJECT GAS A FORM OF MATTER THAT DOES NOT HAVE A DEFINITE SHAPE OR DEFINITE VOLUME MODEL A REPRESENTATION (EXAMPLE) OF SOME OBJECT OR SYSTEM IN THE REAL WORLD MATTER ANYTHING THAT TAKES UP SPACE