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beaker wide, cylinder shaped vessel used to hold liquids
graduated cylinder tall, narrow container that has markings so that it can be used to measure the volume of liquids; measures in milliliters
mass the amount of matter in a substance (grams); an object's mass doesn't change
meter stick or ruler a straight device used to measure length
spring scale used to measure weight or the pull of gravity on objects (force); measures in newtons
triple beam balance a device used to find the mass of objects; measures in grams
volume the measure of the amount of space a three-dimensional object occupies
water displacement method used to measure the volume of a solid object, even if it is an irregular shape
microscope Is an instrument that magnifies very tiny things in order to make them appear larger.
Stopwatch device used to measure time
weight how heavy something is; the pull of gravity on an object
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