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Area, volume,density

area volume denisity speed velocity and acceleration

kilometer [km] centimetre [cm] millimeter [mm] = 1000m =0.01 m =0.001 m
measuring innstriments of lenght ruler. measuring tape.callipers [to measure the diameter of objects].vernier callipers [more accurate than callipers].opisometer [used to measure short curved lines eg on a map].trundle wheel [larger version of opisometer for londer lengths].
what is mass the mass of an object is the amount of matter in it
how do we measure mass using a scales
how to find the mass of a liquid find the mass of an empty dry beaker.add the liquid into the the beaker. subtract the two masses giving you the mass of the liquid
what is tempiture temperature of an object is a measurement of hot or cold the object is
what is tempiture measured in degrees celsius
whats human body temperature 37 degrees C
what types of thermometers are there mercury thermometers,thermoscan ear thermometer,electronic digital thermometers
what is mass measured in kilogram kg
whats time measured in second
what is area the area of a shape is the amount of surface enclosed within its boundary lines
what is area measureed in meters squared or cm squared
how do you find the area of a rectangle =length by width
measuring instriments ruler.measuring tape.callipers [used to measure the diameter of an object].vernier callipers [more accurate than callipers].opisometer used to measure small curved lines eg a map].trundle wheel [ bigger version of of opisometer measures longer lengths
what is mass the mass of an object is the amount of matter in it
how do u measure mass with a scale
what is mass measured in kilograms [kg] or grams [g]
how to find the mass of a liquid find the mass of an empty beaker. add the liquis to the beaker. subtract the two masses which gives you the mass of the liquid
whats time measured in hours or seconds
what is temperature the tempiture of an object is a measure of how hot or how cold it is
what is temperature measured in degrees celsius measured with a thermometer
what types of thermometer are there mercury thermometers,thermoscan ear thermometer, electronic digital thermometer
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