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# Science 6

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Question | Answer |
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What tool do you use to measure Linear Measurements | Metric ruler |

What tool do you use to measure Liquid | graduated cylinder |

What tools do you use to measure the volume of an object with straight lines | metric ruler and calculator |

what tool do you use to measure volume of an object without straight lines | graduated cylinder |

what tool do you use to measure the mass of an object | triple beam or pan balance |

list 4 tools you learned to use | metric ruler, graduated cylinder, triple beam or pan balance |

what is the formula used to measure the volume of an object with straight sides | volume=length x width x height or v=L x W x H |

what unit is used when measuring with a metric ruler | cm or mm |

what unit is used to measure linear measurements | cm or mm |

what unit is used to measure liquid in a graduated cylinder | mL |

what unit is used when calculating the volume of an object with straight sides | cm |

what unit is used in product of equation to calculate volume of an object with straight sides | cm3 |

what unit is used when measuring the volume of an object without straight sides | mL |

what unit is used when measuring the mass of an object | g |

linear measurement procedure | measure precisely and accurately |

reading a graduated cylinder procedure | read meniscus crouch |

volume of an object with straight lines procedure | use metric ruler and calculator |

volume of an object without straight lines procedure | water displacement method |

mass of an object procedure | balance to zero using three weights from largest to smallest |

what does linear measurement measure | length or distance |

what does a graduated cylinder measure | liquid volume and volume without straight sides |

what does volume of an object with straight sides measure | to find three dimensional straight sided volume |

what does volume of an object without straight sides measure | volume when the object is 3D, but has no straight sides |

what does mass of an object measure | mass of an object |

what can a metric ruler measure | linear measurements and volume of an object with straight sides |

what does a triple beam measure | mass of an object |

what does a graduated cylinder measure | liquid volume, volume of an object without straight sides |

what unit of measurement is used with Volume of and object with straight sides | cm3 |

Volume cm3= | Lcm x Wcm x Hcm |

Define matter | anything that takes up space |

define mass | amount of matter in an object |

define volume | the amount of space in an object |

what unit measure length, width and height | meter |

what unit measure mass | grams |

what unit measures temperature | celsius |

what unit measures volume | liter |

measure length of desk | use metric ruler to measure length in cm |

measure volume of marble | measure at meniscus the ml of water in graduated cylinder, then add marble, measure again and calculate difference in ml, record answer |

measure mass of a beaker | calibrate balance, make sure triple balance pointer is at zero, put beaker on balance, move weights until balance pointer at zero again and record answer |

measure volume of a cube | measure length, width and height using a metric ruler calculate Lcm x Wcm x Hcm = Vcm3 |

what is the acronym for the conversion chart | KHDUDCM=King Henry Doesn't Usually Drink Chocolate Milk |

prefix of Units in conversion chart | kilo, hecto,deka, unit, deci, centi,milli |

what on your body represents a meter | arm span |

what on your body represents a decimeter | width of hand |

what on your body represents a centimeter | width of pinky |

what on your body represents a millimeter | thickness of thumbnail |

which is larger meter or millimeter | meter |

which is larger decimeter or centimeter | decimeter |

distance | measurement in meters using meter stick |

mass | amount of matter in grams using pan balance |

liquid volume | space liquid takes up measure in liters using graduated cylinder |

temperature | how hot or cold in degrees celsius using thermometer |

time | how long it takes in seconds using stop watch |

what tool measure volume of a liquid | a graduated cylinder |

define meniscus | curved surface formed when liquid poured into graduated cylinder, we measure bottom of meniscus |

where are volume reading made in graduated cylinder | at bottom of meniscus |

define mass | the amount of matter in an object, mass not affected by gravity |

what does not affect mass | gravity |

what does it mean to calibrate pan balance | make sure pointer at zero |

how do you find the volume of an object if it does not have straight sides | the graduated cylinder is used to find the volume of objects without straight sides, the volume of an object is equal to the amount of water it displaces |

defines displace | moves |

steps to measure volume of object without straight sides | put enough water in graduated cylinder to cover object, record volume in mL, slide drop object into graduated cylinder, record volume in mL, subtract 1st reading from 2nd reading to find volume of object, record difference |

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