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Rubarts Quiz Practice

What do we use for measurements in science? metric system
The metric system is also known as the SI System (International System).
What is the base unit for length? meter (m)
What is the base unit for volume? liter (L)
What is the base unit for mass? gram (g)
Kilo 1000
hecto 100
deka 10
deci 1/10 or 0.1
centi 1/100 or 0.01
milli 1/1000 or 0.001
What is the measure of the amount of matter in a solid, liquid or gas? Mass
What is the material that all objects and substances are made of? Matter
Are mass and weight the same or different? They are different.
What instruments do we use to measure mass? a lab scale, triple beam balance or quadruple beam balance
What instruments do we use to measure volume? a graduated cylinder and beaker
A quantity that describes the amount of space something takes up. Volume
Where do we read the level of a liquid? At the meniscus, the lowest point of the fluid
What is the formula for finding the volume of a rectangular solid length x width x height
What is the label for the volume of a rectangular solid? cm3
1 mL = ? 1 cm3
What is the water displacement method to find the volume of an irregular object? Record the level of water in a vessel. Put the object in the water, and record the volume again. Find the change in volume. This is the volume of the object (cm3)
Created by: judi829
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