Density Using Water Displacement to Measure Irregular Solids of the Same Matter

Unit 6: Density
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT use the water displacement method to measure the volume needed to calculate density of irregular solids and determine the meaning of density as a "characteristic property of matter."

Big Idea: Water displacement is a speedy way to measure volume of objects that are not prisms.

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