# 12 Matter And Its Properties

```MATTER AND ITS PROPERTIES
Matter is anything that has .................... and .........................
Matter has ....................... and .........................
properties.
............................ properties are common to all matter. These
are mass and volume.
.............................. properties differentiate one ...................... from another.
BASE QUANTITIES
Base quantities are indepent quantities to measure the propierties of
matter. Base propierties are measured in base units.
.......................is the distance between two points. The unit for
...................... in the International System of Units is the ..................
Mass is the ..................... of matter in a body. The unit for mass in the
International System of Units is the ........................
.................................. is the thermal state of a body. The unit for
................................... in the International System of Units is the ............
Time measures the passing of events. The unit for time in the
International System of Units is the ........................
DERIVED QUANTITIES
Derived quantities are mathematical combinations of base units
Surface area is the extension of a body in two ................................ The
unit for surface area in the International System of Units is the
............................. .......................
Volume is the space ...................... by a body. The unit for volume is the
...................
...........................
Density is the relationship between the mass and the volume of a
body. The unit for density is the ...................... per .................. ..............
MATTER AND ITS PROPERTIES
Matter is anything that has mass and volume. Matter has
general and specific properties. General properties are
common to all matter. These are mass and volume.
Specific properties differentiate one substance from
another.
BASE QUANTITIES
Base quantities are indepent quantities to measure the propierties of
matter. Base propierties are measured in base units.
Length is the distance between two points. The unit for length in the
International System of Units is the metre.
Mass is the amount of matter in a body. The unit for mass in the
International System of Units is the kilogram.
Temperature is the thermal state of a body. The unit for
temperature in the International System of Units is the kelvin.
Time measures the passing of events. The unit for time in the
International System of Units is the second.
DERIVED QUANTITIES
Derived quantities are mathematical combinations of base units
Surface area is the extension of a body in two dimensions. The unit
for surface area in the International System of Units is the square
metre.
Volume is the space occupied by a body. The unit for volume is the
cubic metre.
Density is the relationship between the mass and the volume of a
body. The unit for density is the kilogram per cubic metre.
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