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Measurments Info for Test.

experiment comparing and object or process to a standard
meniscus curved surface that occurs with water in a graduated cylinder
kilo thousand
centi hundredth
milli thousandth
deci tenth
what does SI stand for International System Of Units
property of milliliter liquid
property of gram mass
property of meter distance
what does a meter stick measure distance
what does a graduated cylinder measure volume
what does a triple beam balance measure mass
two things to know when reading a graduated cylinder bottom of meniscus, increments of each line
tera trillion
giga billion
hecto hundred
dekaten one
micro millionth
nano billionth
pico trillionth
mass the amount of
liquid volume the amount of space a liquid takes up
distance the amount of space between two things or people
mega million
Created by: edenbreslauer