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prefix meaning one hundredth (0.01), symbol is 'c' as in 'cm' centi-
prefix meaning one tenth (0.1); symbol is 'd' as in 'dm' (decimeter) deci-
mass per unit volume of a material density
prefix meaning 1000, symbol is 'k', as in 'km' (kilometer) kilo-
amount of matter in an object. It is measured in grams mass
prefix meaning one thousandth (0.001), symbol is 'm', as in 'mm'(millimeter) milli-
International System of Units - the improved, universally accepted version of the metric system that is based on multiples of ten and includes the meter (m), liter (L), and kilogram (kg) SI
exact, agreed-upon quantity used for comparison by measurement standard
amount of space occupied by an object. It is measured in liters or cubic centimeters (cm3) volume
visual display of information or data that can provide a quick way to communicate a lot of information and allow scientists to observe patterns graph
Created by: collcat