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meters measurement that refers to length
liters measurement that refers to volume
gram measurement that refers to mass
meters, liters, grams, and celsius metric reference units
Celsius measurement that refers to degrees
length measurement of a real or imaginary line extending from one point to another
meter standard unit of length
volume the space an object occupies
liter standard unit of volume
milliliter most commonly used subunit
mass the quantity of matter in a given object
gram standard unit of mass
density mass divided by volume
triple-beam balance measures mass
kinetic energy motion of particles within a substance that creates temperature
temperature measure of the average kinetic energy of molecules
thermometers instruments used to measure temperature
Celsius metric measure of temperature
°F=(°C x 1.8) + 32° formula for changing celsius to fahrenheit
°C=(°F - 32°)/1.8 formula for changing fahrenheit to celsius
giga, mega, kilo, hecto, deka // deci, centi, milli, micro, nano good men kiss hot dogs // dancing caterpillars make meat nicely gmkhd dcmmn
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