# Big Science 5 Density 09 Calc Density & Identify Metal Rectang Prisms & Cyls

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Students will:

1) Calculate and Record in a single Data Pattern Table the DENSITY for 8 total unknown metal Rectangular Prism and Cylinder specimens, comprised of pairs of:
Aluminum
Brass
Copper
and
Steel
with different Masses, Volumes and Shapes (Rectangular Prism and Cylinder)

[Teachers NOTE: you DON'T need these specimens; I've provided actual specimen dimensions - your students just have to crunch the numbers, calculate DENSITY - and discover that specimen shapes and dimensions may change, BUT density does NOT: Density is a unique, identifying and intensive property!]

2) Calculate & Record in Data Pattern Table:
Volume (given Base Area and Height of each specimen)
Density (formula provided in Table)

3) Identify and Record each specimen using given/reference Densities in Table

4) Describe each specimen as a 'Floater' or a 'Sinker' after submerging in water

5) Fill-in a total of 32 cells in 1 Data Pattern Table

6) Answer 50 Fill-in-the-Blank and Multiple-choice questions based on their Calculations & Observations in the preceding Data Pattern Table

7) Discover that Density:
Is a unique & identifying physical property;
Is an INTENSIVE PROPERTY (unlike mass & volume)
and
Determines whether submerged objects sink or float

8) Be compelled to present their work in a neat & orderly format

9) Be trained to Calculate Density, and understand & use it as a unique, identifying and INTENSIVE property methodically & systematically

Printing should be done in Landscape and double-sided, with the flip being along the 'short' side

Science Chemistry Physical Science Physical Property Particle Packing Density Mass Volume Calculating Density Identifying Elements Substances Density of irregular solids Density of Liquids Density of Water Density Anomaly Density Inversion Intensive Properties Extensive Properties Density as an Intensive Property Density as a Unique Substance-Specific Property Temperature's Effect on Density Calculating Density by Displacement Calculating Density of Regular Geometric Solids Rectangular Prisms Cubes Density of Elements Water's Density Anomaly Density Layers Density Columns Density Layer Columns Using Density to Identify Unknowns Identifying Unknowns by their with using Density
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