Explain why matter matters.


Explain why matter matters.


Matter is defined as something that has mass and occupies space. Everything that we can think of; the laptop we're typing on, the glass we're drinking water with, the water itself, and even air is considered matter.

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Matter matters because everything is made up of matter. It is important to know what matter things are made out of so that we can know their...

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Matter, Mass & Volume


Chapter 1 / Lesson 1

Learn to distinguish mass vs. volume and mass vs. matter. Discover whether matter has mass, and identify the differences between mass, volume, and density.

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