MASS AND WEIGHT - iteachbio.com

MASS AND WEIGHT - iteachbio.com

MASS AND WEIGHT DEFINITIONS Mass- the amount of matter an object has. Matter-

something that has mass and takes up space. Weight- is the amount of mass of an object, it is dependent upon gravity.

Units for Measuring Mass Mass is measured in grams and kilograms. 1

paper clip= 1 gram 1000g=1 kilogram The average human adult weighs 75kg. Tools for Measuring Mass **The Triple Beam Balance is the tool we use to measure mass.

How to use a Triple Beam Balance 1. Make sure the balance scale is at zero. 2. Place the object to be weighed on the balance plate and move the largest RIDER one notch at a time until the beam drops. Move the rider back one

notch until it locks into place. 3. Move the next largest rider until the beam drops. Back it up one notch, and lock it in place. 4. Move the smallest rider until the beam swings equally above and below the zero mark.

ADD UP ALL THE NUMBERS AND THAT WILL GIVE YOU THE MASS! **Always remember to write the unit of mass down. (ex.kg, g)** COMPARE AND CONTRAST MASS

vs. Always remains constant Does not depend on gravity gravity weight of an object changes if the gravity

changes WEIGHT Depends on gravity weight=mass x THE END

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • Characteristics and Components of an Ecosystem AICE EM:

    Characteristics and Components of an Ecosystem AICE EM:

    What are the major abiotic and biotic factors, which drive and influence the distribution of different ecosystems? The biotic and abiotic factors which control the distribution of the world's major biomes as listed in the notes for guidance.
  • Centro Universitário da Fundação Educacional de Barretos

    Centro Universitário da Fundação Educacional de Barretos

    Arial Garamond Times New Roman Wingdings Symbol Borda Microsoft Equation 3.0 Centro Universitário da Fundação Educacional de Barretos Propriedades Mecânicas dos Materiais Slide 3 Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11...
  • Happy Halloween! Today, we will read one more

    Happy Halloween! Today, we will read one more

    /Exit Tickets, Notes, Handouts, Graded Work, and Vocabulary). Make sure everything is hole punched and placed on the rings. ... 2016For this Close Reading of "Address to Students at Moscow State University" by Ronald Reagan, we will use the SOAPStone...
  • Nutrition Leslie Coach C Trujillo leslie@masterstudentathlete.com www.professortrujillo.com Why

    Nutrition Leslie Coach C Trujillo [email protected] www.professortrujillo.com Why

    Sit down with friends and family at home to enjoy a meal. Manage your stress. Stress is one of the major factors for weight gain. ... Zucchini-cashew soup. Brown Rice Pasta & grass-fed ground beef. Roasted vegetables & Thai rice...
  • بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم

    Hedonia involves seeking pleasure and enjoyment, and avoiding pain. eudaimonic. Eudaimoniais focused on what is intrinsically worthwhile to human beings and involves seeking to develop and use the best in oneself.
  • Antonin Artaud Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud 4th September

    Antonin Artaud Antoine Marie Joseph Artaud 4th September

    Originally a member of the surrealist movement, Artaud eventually began to develop his own theatrical theories. This style of theatre is largely movement-based, Theatre of Cruelty aimed to shock the senses of its audience, sometimes using violent and confronting images...
  • Labelling theories of crime and deviance CRIME AND

    Labelling theories of crime and deviance CRIME AND

    www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk. Are these labels fair? "Alcoholic": Someone who drinks more than 2 glasses of wine a day. "Stupid": Someone who achieves less than 5 GCSE's.
  • ALA map cataloging webinar - East Asian Lib

    ALA map cataloging webinar - East Asian Lib

    In this case we say it is "one to one hundred thousand". RDA does not require the word "Scale" to appear in front of the RF, as seen in the examples with 7.25.3.3 but the map cataloging community recommends continuing...