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↗ Measurement

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Biology ↗ ‘BIO-’ means life ↗ Ex: biography ↗ -ology means the study of ↗ Ex: radiology ↗ What do you think BIOLOGY means?

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Kilo-liter>Liter (base word)> Centi- liter > Milli-liter Which is bigger? 50 meters or 50 millimeters? Abbreviations: Kilo: K → Kilogram: Kg Centi: C → Centigram: cg Milli: M → milligram: mg

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Metric System ↗ The metric system is also known as the International System of Units (SI) ↗ We will be using the metric system in Science for any measurement ↗ United States is 1 of the 3 countries that does NOT use the Metric System ↗ We use inches, pounds, Fahrenheit, etc….

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Four Main types of Measurement ↗ 1. Volume ↗ 2. Temperature ↗ 3. Mass ↗ 4. Length

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1. Volume ↗ Definition: Used to measure space in an object ↗ Volume of a Solid Object (LxWxH) ↗ Volume of Liquid ↗ Base Unit: Liter (L) ↗ kL, L, mL ↗ Measurement Tool: Graduated Cylinder or Beaker

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Graduated Cylinder ↗ When you read the volume of a liquid in a graduated cylinder, you must read the MENISCUS ↗ Meniscus: curved surface of a liquid in a tube

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2.Temperature ↗ Definition: How hot or cold something is ↗ Unit: Celsius (NOT FAHRENHEIT!!!) - ↗ Equipment: Thermometer

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3. Mass ↗ Definition: How much matter (stuff) is in an object ↗ Unit: Gram (kg, g) ↗ Equipment: Scale

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Mass vs. Weight Mass: the actual measure of the AMOUNT of matter Weight: the measure of the amount of matter effected by gravity Weight = mass x gravity W=mg Question: Why is it important to think of matter in terms of mass (and not weight)?

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4. Length ↗ Definition: Distance between two points ↗ Base Unit: Meter (km, m, cm, mm) ↗ Equipment: Ruler ↗ Always start at 0 cm WE DO NOT USE INCHES IN SCIENCE!!!

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Converting Centimeters to Millimeter ↗ Multiply the centimeter value by 10 to get the millimeter value ↗ For example: ↗ 5 cm : ↗ 5 x 10 = 50 mm ↗ Your turn:, convert the following centimeter to millimeters ↗ 10 cm ↗ 27cm ↗ 1598 cm

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Converting Centimeters to Millimeter ↗ Multiply the centimeter value by 10 to get the millimeter value ↗ For example: ↗ 5 cm : ↗ 5 x 10 = 50 mm ↗ Your turn:, convert the following centimeter to millimeters ↗ 10 cm: 100mm ↗ 27cm ↗ 1598 cm

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Converting Centimeters to Millimeter ↗ Multiply the centimeter value by 10 to get the millimeter value ↗ For example: ↗ 5 cm : ↗ 5 x 10 = 50 mm ↗ Your turn:, convert the following centimeter to millimeters ↗ 10 cm: 100mm ↗ 27cm: 270 mm ↗ 1598 cm

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Converting Centimeters to Millimeter ↗ Multiply the centimeter value by 10 to get the millimeter value ↗ For example: ↗ 5 cm : ↗ 5 x 10 = 50 mm ↗ Your turn:, convert the following centimeter to millimeters ↗ 10 cm: 100mm ↗ 27cm: 270 mm ↗ 1598 cm: 15980 mm

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length Mass (not weight!) Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length Meter Mass (not weight!) Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRuler Mass (not weight!) Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) Grams Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScale Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) Liters Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) LitersGraduated Cylinder or Beaker Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) LitersGraduated Cylinder or Beaker How much space is in an object Temperature

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) LitersGraduated Cylinder or Beaker How much space is in an object Temperature Celsius

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) LitersGraduated Cylinder or Beaker How much space is in an object Temperature CelsiusThermometer

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MEASUREMENT SUMMARY MeasurementBase Unit used to Measure Equipment used to Measure What is it? (Definition) Length MeterRulerDistance between two points Mass (not weight!) GramsScaleHow much matter (stuff) is in an object Volume (liquid) LitersGraduated Cylinder or Beaker How much space is in an object Temperature CelsiusThermometerHow hot or cold something is

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