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SI Measurement

Not the magazine!

a measure of distance length
a measure of the size of an object in three dimensions or the space an object occupies volume
measure of the amount of matter in an object mass
a measure of how hot (or cold) something temperature
the ratio of the mass of a substance to the volume of the substance density
bowl-like shape taken by water when being measured in a graduated cylinder meniscus
length is measured in meters
volume is measured in liters
mass is measured in kilograms
temperature is measured in kelvin or degrees Celsius
density is measured in grams per milliliter (liquids) and grams per centimeter cubed (solids)
1/100 prefix in the metric system centi-
1/1000 prefix in the metric system milli-
1000 prefix in the metric system kilo-
metric system is based on this number 10
what you are measuring in unit
set if connected things or parts forming a complex whole system
Created by: rdmonaghan