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Faisant Physical Science Chapter 1 Section 2

Precision How consistently measurements are taken
Accuracy How close a measurement is to the actual value
Volume How much space an object occupies
Mass How much material of which something is composed
Density Mass/Volume
Meter SI Unit for measuring length
Liter SI Unit for measuring volume
Kilogram SI Unit for measuring mass
Second SI Unit for measuring time
Ampere SI Unit for measuring electrical current
Kelvin SI system for measuring temperature
Kilo- One thousand 1000
Deci- One tenth 0.1
Centi- One hundredth 0.01
Milli- One thousandth 0.001
Micro- One millionth 0.000 001
Nano- One billionth 0.000 000 001
Candela SI Unit for measuring the intensity of light
Mole SI Unit for measuring the particle count of a substance
Created by: jfaisant