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Science TEST!!!!!!!!

a test for science

measuring mass of an object BALANCE
holding or moving hot or cold items TONGS
measuring the volume of a liquid or a solid (3) Erlenmeyer Flask, beaker, graduated cylinder
looking at extremely small things microscope
growing and holding specimens/experiments PETRI DISH
used for heating objects bunsen burner
measuring length of an object meter stick
dispensing small amounts of liquids eye dropper
used when viewing chemical reactions eye goggles
helps with putting substances into a container with small openings funnel
What metric unit do scientist use to measure mass? grams
What metric unit do scientists use to measure length centimeters
what are we measuring when we want to know how much room something takes up VOLUME
what are we measuring when we want to know how much stuff is in something? mass
Created by: laxluver