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Gore's Measurement

Use this to help study for our Measurement Test!

What 2 things do you need to know to measure density? Mass and Volume
What's the best SI unit to measure the LENGTH of a cell phone? Centimeter (cm)
What's the best SI unit to measure the LENGTH of a house? Meter (m)
What's the best SI unit to measure the VOLUME of water in a water bottle? Milliliter (mL)
What do you use a graduated cylinder to measure? Volume
What do you use a triple beam balance to measure? Mass
What TOOL would you use to measure the mass of your textbook? Triple Beam Balance or Electronic Balance
What method could you use to find the VOLUME of a small rock (irregular shaped object)? Displacement
How is MASS different from WEIGHT? Mass is how much matter is in an object and Weight is how hard gravity pulls on the object
Why does oil float on water? Oil is less dense than water causing it to float.
What is temperature the measure of? the amount of heat energy in an object
Which is a bigger mass...1 kg or 1 mg? 1 kg
Which is larger...1 centimeter or 1 millimeter? 1 cm
If a log has a density of 0.96 g/cm3...will it float or sink on water (which has a density of 1 g/cm3)? Float
Why does ice float on water? Frozen water is less dense than liquid water.
Displacement Example: You fill a graduated cylinder to 42 mL and then drop a marble in and the water level rises to 67 mL. What is the volume of the marble? 25 mL = 25 cm3
Convert 25 cg to kg (25 cg = _________ kg) Show your work! 0.00025 kg (5 to the left)
Convert 145 mL to HL (145 mL = __________ HL) Show your work! 0.00145 HL (5 to the left)
What's the base SI unit of Mass? Gram (g)
What's the base SI unit of liquid Volume? Liter (L)
What's the base SI unit of Length? Meter (m)
What's the base SI unit of Density? g/cm3
What's the base SI unit of Temperature? Celsius
Created by: gorek
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