Density of various materials


Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) STEM Concepts Addressed: This lesson develops the density of several different materials and different shapes.  Density is calculated from dividing the object’s mass by its volume.  Students will see that the mass of the material always remains the same, but the volume can change by changing the arrangement and shape. Mike Yakubovsky   


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Marie Planchard

Marie Planchard

Director of Education Community, SolidWorks at Dassault Systemes SolidWorks Corporation
Marie Planchard is Director of the Education Community, SolidWorks. She is responsible for global development of curricula, content and social outreach for the SolidWorks educational products across all levels of academia.
Marie Planchard
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