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Friday, 18 June 2021

Why Does Matter, Matter?

Why Does Matter Matter?

Answers:
Solid, Volume, Container, Matter, Ice, Juice, Gases, Mass, Atmos, Chair, Oxygen, Melting, Liquids, Shape, Space, Milk, Helium.


The three basic properties of matter are volume, mass and shape.

All matter is made up of tiny particles called atoms.

Volume is the amount of matter space that takes up.

Mass is the amount of matter an object has. 

Liquids take the shape of their containers.

Gases do not have a definite shape or volume.

Liquids do not have a definite shape, but they do have a definite volume.

Solid has a definite shape and volume.

An Ice and a Chair are examples of a solid.

Juice and Milk are examples of liquid.

Oxygen and Helium are examples of gases.

Solid ice is melting when it is changing into a liquid.


Hello everyone, it's me Finau. Today we had a substitute and she was teaching us about liquid, gases, solids and why does matter, matter. It was quite interesting and I enjoyed the lesson. I hope you have enjoyed this post. Please leave a positive comment on my blog. Bye!

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