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* Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 A. Background Information and Research 3 B. Objective 3 C. Hypothesis 3 D. Variables 3 II. Materials 3 III. Procedures 3 IV. Data and Observations 3 A. Observations 3 B. Data 3 V. Calculations 3 VI. Analysis 3 VII. Conclusion 3 VIII. Sources of Error 3

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Introduction Background Information and Research

Objective of the Experiment To measure mass and length using various measuring devices

Theory

Variables

1. Independent:

2. Experimental Group

3. Dependent:

4. Control Group

5. Constants:

Materials * Meter stick * Electronic caliper * Brass cylinder * Copper cylinder * Aluminum block (cube)

Procedures 1. Finding the Volume of the block a. Using the Caliper 1. With the caliper measure the width, height, and length of the cube 2. Record all findings to the nearest decimal b. Using Measuring stick 3. With the measuring stick measure the width, height, and length of the cube 4. Record all findings to the nearest whole milimeter 2. Finding the Volume of the Cylinders c. Using the Caliper 5. With the caliper measure the length and diameter of the cylinder 6. Record to the nearest decimal 7. Repeat

Calculations

Volume of a cube V=LxWxH

Volume of cylinder V=12d2π Volume of Cube 37.9mm x 6.3mm x 37.9mm= 9049.383mm3

Volume Cube (caliper) | L | W | H | Volume | 37.9 | 6.3 | 37.9 | 9049.383 | 38 | 6.3 | 38 | 9097.2 | 37.9 | 6.2 | 37.9 |…