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Scientific Measures

Scientific Measurement

What system does the world use for measurement? the metric system
Measurement is always written with a and a . number and a unit
S I units is also known as? International system of units
S I units are based on what number? 10
Three units to measure length are meter, yard, kilometer
What is the amount of matter an object has? mass
The S I unit for mass is kilograms
The measure of the strength of the pull of gravity on an object is weight
What is weight measured in ? newtons
The amount of space the liquid takes up is called? volume
Volume is measured in liters
What is the S I unit to measure temperature Kelvin
Scientists measure temperature using celsius
What is the formula for measuring density d=m/v
Kilo means 1000
Hecto means 100
Deca means 10
Deci means 0.1
Centi means 0.01
Milli means 0.001
Created by: tsuggs