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Vocabulary - Measurement2nd part of measurement unit
Vocabulary Length Meter Ruler Volume Liter Graduated cylinder Meniscus Pipette Water displacement
The distance between two pointsLength The distance between two points
The SI base unit for lengthMeter The SI base unit for length
A tool used for measuring lengthRuler A tool used for measuring length
A measure of the space occupied by an objectVolume A measure of the space occupied by an object
The SI base unit for measuring volumeLiter The SI base unit for measuring volume
Graduated Cylinder A tall, narrow container that is used for measuring volume of a liquid in mL
The curved surface of liquid in a containerMeniscus The curved surface of liquid in a container
A small tube with a bulb designed to release liquid one drop at a timePipette A small tube with a bulb designed to release liquid one drop at a time
Water displacement A method of measuring volume by measuring how much liquid is pushed away by an object
Vocabulary Mass Weight Triple beam balance Riders Density
A measure of the amount of matter an object containsMass A measure of the amount of matter an object contains
A force that measures the pull on a given mass by gravityWeight A force that measures the pull on a given mass by gravity
Triple beam balance An instrument used to measure mass or weight by balancing an object with three counterweights
The three sliding weights on the beams of a triple beam balanceRiders The three sliding weights on the beams of a triple beam balance
The ratio of the mass of an object to its volume Density =
Making Measurements in Science
Standard I, Objective 1- Part 3: The Metric System
Scientific Measurements- Review
SI Concept Review 1. What is the SI base unit of measure for:
SI (metric) Measurements
Reason 1: helps scientists share and compare their data/ results
Measuring How to be PRECISE and ACCURATE. How to Measure MASS MASS – the amount of MATTER in an object; measured in grams (gm) Triple Beam Balance.
Scientific Tools and Measurement. Scientific Measurement Scientific Measurement uses the metric system The metric system is based on the number 10 The.
Tools for Measuring some Physical Properties of Matter Fill in your vocabulary map with the following information!
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.
Volume (square objects, like a box) Volume is the: amount of space something takes up. FACTS ABOUT VOLUME MEASURMENTS: Volume is found by multiplying three.
Measurement Basics Physical Science. Why is it important to make accurate and precise measurements? Accuracy is the correctness of a measurement. If your.
Chapter 1: Introduction to Matter
Warm Up: August 30, 2013 Ally dropped a delicate glass vase 6 feet from the top of a ladder onto a concrete floor. The glass did not break. Why?
Measurement The International System of Units (SI) is the standard system used around the world.
Length What is it? Distance from one point to another Unit(s) of measurement Meter (m) - basic unit cm smaller things mm km - bigger things Tools Metric.
Measurement Study Guide Quiz Tomorrow. Be prepared to Measure the length of a line to the nearest tenth of a centimeter. Read a triple beam balance to.
Wake-up 1. List five pieces of lab equipment in the picture. 2.What are three pieces of lab equipment that can be used to measure volume?
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