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Volume , math :/

Miss.greens class - first study stack

what is a tool used to measure units of liquid? graduated cylinder
what is a tool used to measure volume? meter stick
what is the method used to measure irregular shaped objects? displacement method
what is a one unit of measurement for weight? grams
what is a tool used to obtain the weight of an object that includes a balance and a fulcrum? triple balance beam
length times width times height equals? volume
whats the difference between 20 grams of gold and 30 grams of gold? mass
what has a mass and takes up space? matter
what is liquid, solid, and gas's scientific name? the states of matter
what is a square or rectangle defined as regular shaped solid
what is a circle defined as irregular shaped solid
what is a unit of measurement for liquids milliliters
what is the unit that you get when you calculate volume centimeters cuber (cm3)
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