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Topic 15

Liquid Volume and Mass

TermDefinition
capacity The volume of a container measured in liquid units.
cup A customary unit of capacity.
pint A customary unit of capacity. One pint equals two cups.
quart A customary unit of capacity. One quart equals two pints.
gallon A customary unit of capacity. One gallon equals four quarts.
milliliter A metric unit of capacity. One thousandth of a liter.
liter A metric unit of capacity. One thousand milliliters equals one liter.
mass A measure of the amount of matter in an object.
grams A metric unit of mass. One thousand grams equals one kilogram.
kilogram A metric unit of mass. One kilogram equals one thousand grams.
weight A measure of how heavy an object is.
ounce A unit of weight. 16 ounces equals 1 pound.
pound A unit of weight. 1 pound equals 16 ounces.
ton A unit of weight. 1 ton equals 2000 pounds.
Created by: Third Graders