# GRUDGEBALL - sharkslovescience.weebly.com GRUDGEB ALL The game of pure Grudge 1.Grudge: a persistent feeling of ill will or resentment resulting from a past insult or injury. 1. Everyone records answer on their study guides while captain also

write on board 2. Make sure you whisper the answer to your captain (not loud enough for others to hear) 3. Flip your cup to RED for READY 4. If you answer the question right AND your team is picked, take away 2 Xs from any team you want (No suicides)

5. If you make the cornhole board, If you are out. You can get back in! You just have to wait to be selected to answer, then get it right! Practice Question

What is the scientific definition of WEIGHT? WEIGHT: The amount of gravitational force on an object

Before we begin BRAINDUMP as one big group *USE WHITE BOARDS* 1. What is the Definition of Weight & Mass?

How are they different? Weight gravitational force on an object (Will change depending on where you are at) Mass how much matter something has (stays the

same) difference between Physical Properties and Chemical is made

Ex: Mixing salt and water together, still leaves you with salt and water (nothing new) Chemical: New matter is made! Physical or Chemical: Reactivity, Melting,

Flammability, Magnetism, Rusting, Solubility, Electrical Conductivity, Thermal Conductivity, Density, Volume, Mass, pH Level (acid), Rotting, Oxidation, Malleability Physical

Chemical Melting Magnetism Solubility Electrical Conductivity Thermal Conductivity Density Volume

Mass Malleability (changing shape/bend) Reactivity Flammability Rusting pH Level (acids) Rotting

Oxidation Draw a Density Column that would accurately reflect the following densities: 1.0 g/mL, 0.7 g/mL, 1.1 g/mL, 0.9 g/mL

0.7 g/mL, 0.9 g/mL 1.0 g/mL, 1.1 g/mL, On Earth, a basketball has a mass of 60 grams and weighs 22 ounces. What would the balls mass and

weight be on Mars? (Mars is a smaller planet) Weight : less than 22 ounces (1/6 of 22 ounces would be 3.6 ounce) th

Mass: 60 grams Draw the Density Triangle AND Define these words: Mass: Volume: Density:

Mass: amount of matter an object has Volume:

amount of space something takes up Density: amount of mass in a given amount of volume M

D V ball to the moon, which properties would REMAIN THE SAME on Earth as on the Moon: Density Mass

Volume Weight Gravitational pull on REMAIN THE SAME on Earth & the Moon Density Mass

Volume Weight Gravitational pull on the ball Independent? (they are the same for each glass)

Density Mass Volume Weight Freezing Point Independent? (they are the same for each glass)

Density Mass Volume Weight Freezing Point Calculate the Density if the Mass of the box is

60 grams: M = 60________ D =V = 480 (6 x 1 x 8) D = 0.125 g/cm3 A syrupy liquid is poured

into a graduated cylinder and is 45mL. Its density is 0.65 g/mL. Find the Mass. A syrupy liquid is poured into a graduated cylinder and is 45mL. Its density is 0.65 g/mL.

Mass = D x V M = 45 x 0.65 M = 29.25 grams