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Metric Volume

TermDefinition
volume the measurement of the amount of space taken up by something with three dimensions (length times width times height)
displaced move from one place to another
displaced volume the amount of liquid that is moved from one place to another
graduated cylinder an instrument used for measuring amounts of liquid
Milliliter is a very small amount of liquid.
Liter The base unit of volume in the metric system
water displacement. Procedure used to measure the volume of irregular object
irregular object an object that can not be measured using LxWxH ex. marble, rock
meniscus curved surface of the liquid
eye level you need to do this to read the graduated cylinder correctly
ruler tool used to measure the volume of solid objects
LxWxH formula for measuring the volume of a solid
Created by: Mrs Lyons