# Unit 3

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• Created on: 09-03-16 09:57
Mass
A measure of how much of something there is in an object.
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Volume
The amount of three dimensional space an object occupies.
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Density
Describes the mass per unit volume –the denser a material the less space it takes up and the more suitable it is for supporting a structure
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Acceleration
You can calculate the force of gravity by multiplying your mass in KG by gravitational acceleration which is
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Weight or Force
Weight is a force caused by gravity. The weight of an object is the gravitational force between the object and the Earth. The more mass the object has the greater its weight will be.
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The amount of three dimensional space an object occupies.

Volume

### Card 3

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Describes the mass per unit volume –the denser a material the less space it takes up and the more suitable it is for supporting a structure

### Card 4

#### Front

You can calculate the force of gravity by multiplying your mass in KG by gravitational acceleration which is

### Card 5

#### Front

Weight is a force caused by gravity. The weight of an object is the gravitational force between the object and the Earth. The more mass the object has the greater its weight will be.