10.11.17

Today in class you investigated the question:

“Does the density of an object change if you change the volume of the object?”

We did this by calculating the density of a crayon and a popsicle stick and then dividing them in half to then calculate the density of 1/2 the crayon and popsicle stick.

Take Aways:

We determined that density NEVER changes for an object no matter how much of that object you have because density is a RATIO. If you have less of that object, you would also have less mass!

No Homework.

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