# MASS: Triple Beam Balance

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MASS: Triple Beam Balance
REFERENCE
Mass
Liquid
Scale
Triple beam balance
Weight
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MAKING CONNECTIONS
Making Connections
1. Write down what you think of when you hear the word
“mass”.
2. What do we use to measure mass? Draw a picture.
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Weighing In:
Define the following words. Your teacher’s description
The definition of MASS:
The definition of WEIGHT:
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TEACHER DIRECTED NOTES
Triple beam balance:
TEACHER DIRECTED NOTES
Listen carefully as your teacher describes the procedure
to follow to measure the mass of a liquid. Write this
procedure in the space below.
How to find the mass of a liquid:
The parts of a triple beam balance:
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TEACHER DIRECTED NOTES
HOW TO USE A TRIPLE BEAM BALANCE:
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Use the electronic balance to measure the mass of the
two samples (A and B) that your teacher will give you.
EXPERIMENT
Sample A
Sample B
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Review Questions
1. Look at the pictures below and indicate if the
B.
2. Look at the picture below and write down the mass
indicated:
Mass: _______________
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REVIEW QUESTIONS
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3. Try to write a procedure for finding the mass of a gas.
REVIEW QUESTIONS
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