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the differenet kinds of intruments for measurements

What is a beaker? It is a measuring cup that is short and fat which measures in milliters
What is a flask? It is a measuring cup that is triangular like which measures in milliters and you can save the liquid by putting a cork on it.
What is a Graduated Cylinder? It is a measuring cup that is tall and skinny which measures in milliters. It is more exact than the beaker.
What does the ruler measure? It measures length.
What does mass measure? The amount of matter in a object.
What does the celsius scale measure? It measures temperture in the metric system. Water freezes at O degrees and boils at 100 degrees.
What does the volume measure? The amount of space occupied by an object- found by using a graduated cylinder.
What are the measuremnts for length? 1 millimeter (mm) 0.001=1/1000m, 1 centimeter (cm) 0.01=1/100m, 1 meter (m) 1. 1 kilometer (km) 1,000m.
What are the measurements for volume? 1 milliliter (mL) 1/1000m, 1 liter (L) 1,000mL
What are the measurements for mass? 1 gram (g) 1,000mg, 1 kilogram (kg) 1,000g, 1 tonne (t) 1,000kg=1 tonne.
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