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# Density - Unit 2.1

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Unit 2 is a unit that covers density, scientific notation, and  significant figures. Unit 2.1 is on density.

After completing this tutorial you should understand the following:

• Be able to describe density in terms of mass and volume
• Be able to describe density mathematically
• Be able to calculate density mathematically when given mass and volume
• Be able to explain why one liquid floats on another

We will also do a lab in the classroom to help you understand the concept.

This tutorial contains a powerpoint on density as well as a link to a youtube video on density.

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## Unit 2.1 Density

Unit 2 is a unit that covers density, scientific notation, and significant figures. Unit 2.1 is on density.

After completing this tutorial you should understand the following:

Be able to describe density in terms of mass and volume
Be able to describe density mathematically
Be able to calculate density mathematically when given mass and volume
Be able to explain why one liquid floats on another

We will also do a lab in the classroom to help you understand the concept.

Source: Bob Grove

## Density

This is a brief ppt on density but after viewing you should be able to calculate the density of an object if you are given the mass and the volume of the object

Source: Bob Grove

## Buoyancy and Density...Density Explained

a 12' video that explains density and buoyancy - pretty good.

## Eureka! Episode 25 on Volume and Density

A more light hearted look at Density