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Science metrics

mass, length and volume

1 kilometer= __________ meters1,000
1 meter= ___________ centimeters 100
1 meter= ___________ millimeter 1,000
The base unit of mass in the metrics system is the ________ Kilogram
1 kilogram= __________ grams 1,000
1 gram= __________ milligrams 1,000
What instrument is used to find the mass of objects A triple beam balance
1 liter= ______ milliliter 1,000
the base unit of volume in the metrics system is the ______ liter
1 liter = ____ decimeter 1
1 milliliter= ________ gram 1
What instrument is used to find liquid volume a graduated cylinder
what is the name of the curve you see at the top of a liquid in a cylinder a meniscus
How do we find the volume of an irregular object using a graduated cylinder use water displacement
units in order kilometer, hectometer, dekameter, meter, decimeter, centimeter, millimeter
Created by: dancerella