Density Lab (Volume by Displacement)

Unit 7: Density and Buoyancy
Lesson 3 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to calculate the density of irregular shapes by determining the volume by water displacement.

Big Idea: Water displacement is used in this student lab to help calculate the density of irregular shaped objects

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Subject(s):
Science, buoyancy, density, displacement
  120 minutes
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