Assignment: Properties Iron Thinking Man Wooden Ball Rubber Eraser For each

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Assignment: Properties

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  • For each of the objects list six physical properties of the object.
  • Identify each property as extensive (E) or intensive (I) and describe how you know it is an intensive or extensive physical property.
  • Then, select one property you identified for each object and describe, in detail, how you would test that property.
  • For example, if you determined that a metal rod is very dense, how would you measure its density?

Record your answers in the template provided and submit them to the Assignment: Properties link for grading. For more information on how this will be graded, please view the grading rubric.

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