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Introduction to Scie

Marano- Introduction to Science

science the study of-way to solve problems
metric system International System of Measurement based on the number 10
distance measured in meters (m)
volume measured in liters (l) or (L)
mass gram (g)
temperature Celsius (degrees C)
kilo 1000 (k)
hecto 100 (h)
deka 10 (dk)
deci 0.1 or 1/10 (d)
centi 0.01 or 1/100 (c)
milli 0.001 or 1/1000 (m)
KHdKBDCM Kids have dreamed big dreams converting metrics
perimeter distance around an object
formula for perimeter P= s+s+s+s
area measure of space of a flat surface
formula for area l x w or b x h
label for area units squared, cm squared or mm squared
volume amount of space inside an object
formula for volume l x w x h or b x w x h
label for volume of a solid object cm cubed
liquid volume measured with a graduated cylinder
label for liquid volume ml or cc
Rules for measuring liquid volume measure on flat surface at eye level and read at bottom of meniscus
meniscus curve formed by water adhering (sticking) to the sides of the graduated cylinder
graduated cylinders are named by how much it can hold
mass the amount of matter (stuff) in an object
label for mass grams (g)
triple beam balance measures mass
tare amount of mass of container
weight gravity's pull on mass
label for weight Newtons (N)
Temperature- definition the amount of heat energy
temperature measured with thermometer
water freezes at 0 degrees C
water boils at 100 degrees C
body temperature 37 degrees C
Created by: seagullq