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515 10 20 Anything that has mass and takes up space. Matter
5151020 A small particle that makes up most types of matter. Atom
5151020 The air you breathe is matter. True or False True
5151020 All matter has this and is the amount of matter in an object. Mass
515 10 20 Mass is measured using a spring scale and a ____________________. Triple beam balance
5 151020 Mass is measured in units called ______. Grams Grams
5151020 What is the mass of the shell? 170 grams
5 151020 The amount of space that an object takes up is ________. Volume Volume
5151020 Volume is measured in what units? ML or Liters
5151020 Volume is measured using a ___________________. Graduated cylinder
5151020 The measurement of distance is called________. Length Length
515 10 20 Length is measured using a _______. Ruler
5151020 Scientists measure length using units of measurement called_______. CM or meters
5151020 The measurement of the speed of the molecules (heat) is referred to as the _________. Temperature
5151020 Scientists measure using the _______ scale. Celsius Celsius
5 151020 Water boils at _______ 0 C. 100 100
5 151020 Water boils at ______ 0 F. 212 212
515 10 20 To measure the amount of heat needed to melt an ice cube I would use a _____________. Thermometer
5151020 What are we measuring for? What is the difference in the two worms? Length 2 cm
5151020 Which liquid is closest to freezing? A
5 20155 This spring scale is measuring the _____ of the cubes. Mass
10 52015 The length of the car would be measured in _____. Meters
5 2015 His antennas are about ______ cm long. The width of his wings are about ____cm wide. 1 1
20 510 The volume of this marble is_____. Click the mouse for the marble to appear. 10 ml 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5
Warm Up On page 11 of your science notebook: On page 11 of your science notebook: Do the following for each of the four items at your desk: Do the following.
Making Measurements in Science
The Metric System The scientific system of measurement
Notes – Measurement (7 th grade). International System of Units a way of measuring based on multiples of ten (10, 100, 1000…) abbreviated S.I. also called.
Notes – Measurement (8 th grade). International System of Units a way of measuring based on multiples of ten (10, 100, 1000…) abbreviated S.I. also called.
DOES THIS MAKE SENSE TO YOU? THE METRIC SYSTEM The metric system is a system of measurement that is based on the number ten It is often used in science.
The Metric System.
The Metric System. 1.The Metric System a. Standard system used by scientists. b. AKA S.I. (International System of Units) c. Decimal System based on the.
Reason 1: helps scientists share and compare their data/ results
Notes – Measurement.
Bell ringer 01.
Metric System Review. What is the system of measurement used in science by most people of the world?
Tools for Measuring some Physical Properties of Matter Fill in your vocabulary map with the following information!
Measurements, Equipment, How to use it, and Metric labels.
Science Notes ~ Metrics.
Qualitative Observations What are the 5 senses?. Write 3 qualitative observations about the following picture...
Measurement and Math SI Units Tools and Methods. Accuracy and Precision.
Metric System Scientific Measurements. Metric System Developed by the French in the late 1700’s. Developed by the French in the late 1700’s. Based on.
Systéme International d’unités (SI) International System of Units otherwise known as the metric system....
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