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 Matter anything that has mass and takes up space Measures mass balance Mass is often measured in kilograms How much space a sample of matter takes up is Volume Volume are often measured in milliliters Graduated cylinder, a beaker, or a measuring cup often is used to measure the volume of a liquid We find the volume of a regular shaped solid by multiplying its height times its length times its width. We measure the volume of an different shaped solid by seeing how much water it displaces. Matter is defined using the properties of mass and volume. Weight is actually the force of gravity between the Earth and that object. An object's mass is a measure of the amount of matter in the object compared with known masses. An object's weight depends on its location in the universe. Density of an object tells us how massive something is for its size. Density compares an object's mass with its volume. The density of a substance does not change as long as conditions such as temperature do not change.