·Describe each step of The Scientific Method.
Purpose: Ask a question,Hypothesis:This is a sort of educated guess about what you Expect. ,Experiment: Design and perform an experiment to test your Hypothesis., Collect data: Record observations and analyze what the data means. Often, you'll prepare a table or graph of the data., Conclusion: Conclude Whether to accept or reject your hypothesis. Communicate your results.
Volume: cm3, length: mt,cm , Mass: Kg, grams,milligrams, Temperature: C° or F°
o5 Examples of each (be able to identify what unit is used when an example is Given)
Volume: When measuring the volume of a Rectangular prism - Multiply the measurement of The length times the width, then times the height
Length: We can measure how long things are, or how tall, or how far apart they are. Those are are all examples of length measurements.
Mass: When you want to measure the amount of matter in an object, examples; In Planets, If we were able to bring the same object-such as a ten-pound bowling Ball, whose mass based on industry standards for a regulation ball is about 7.5 Kg-to each of the other planets in our solar system, here's how the weight would Be affected.
Temperature: When you want to find out how hot or cold is something.
Physical science, the systematic study of the inorganic world, as distinct from the study of the organic world, which is the province of biological science. Physical science is ordinarily thought of as consisting of four broad areas: astronomy, physics, chemistry, and the Earth sciences. Each of these is in turn divided into fields and subfields. This article discusses the historical development—with due attention to the scope, principal concerns, and methods—of the first three of these areas. The Earth sciences are discussed in a separate article.
Mass: KG, Weight: Newtons
100g= 1 newton
Physical properties: are the properties that can be detetcted just by using the senses.
·Name 3 other branches Of Physical Science and how are they related to it.: Chemist: an expert in chemistry; a person engaged in chemical research Or experiments. Physicist: an expert in or student of physics. Organic Chemistry: the chemistry of carbon compounds (other than simple salts such as Carbonates, oxides, and carbides).
Thermal conductivity: is the measure of the ability of a material to allow the flow from heat from its warmer surface througth the material to its colder surface.