Matter is defined as a substance that has mass and take up space as a matter also has volume.
For example, a wooden box is a matter.
Matter exists in solid, liquid and gaseous state. When an external force is applied then matter moves from its initial place. Whereas we can measure the volume or mass of a matter.
Therefore, we can conclude that matter must have two physical properties: 1. have mass, and 2. take up space and be measurable.
Take up space
Actually we know this by the definition of matter which states that "matter is any substance that has mass and takes up space by having volume."
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The answer is volume because since all matter must have texture and in order for something to have texture is to have volume, than matter has volume.
1. have mass (because mass is the amount of matter in an object)
2. take up space (because something cannot have mass if it does not take up some sort of space)