Week 4 - Density and Buoyancy

Calculating Density

 
Lesson 13: Calculating Density

Textbook Readings

ScienceFocus 8
Pages 53 & 57
or
Science in Action 8
Page
43 and study the activity on pages 44, 45

http://learn.argyll.epsb.ca/Science/Sci8/AOC/

 
To calculate density, it is necessary to find the mass and volume of an object.

Background Information


The mass of an object divided by the volume of that object is the density .
 
Measuring Matter
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password: brainpop
 



 
Experiment Time: Interactive Density Lab 1

Make sure you are in the Interactive Physics Module then
Click on Virtual Density Lab

 
Experiment Time: Density Lab 2

Try logging into learnalberta.ca first and then come back and click on this icon.
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Click on double box arrow (top left) to print out the lesson worksheets
Then click on Density Laboratory located as the second link on this search using the word "density."
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