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Triple Beam Balance
Mass: is a measure of the amount of matter in an object
Metric standard for mass is the kilogram (kg) 1kg = 1000 g 1g = 1000 mg
Conversions using mass: 5 kg = g 3200 mg = hg
Weight: a measure of the attraction between two objects due to gravity
the amount of force the Earth’s gravity exerts on an object
Metric standard for weight is the newton (N)
Temperature Temperature In the Metric system temp is measured on the Celsius scale
water freezes at 0 C and boils at 100 C
Making Measurements in Science
Mass vs Weight What’s the Difference?.
What is Matter? Chapter 2 Section 1.
Mass vs Weight.
How are Mass and Weight Different??
Mass - the amount of matter an object has. Matter- something that has mass and takes up space. Weight- is the amount of mass of an object, it is dependent.
Weight and Gravitational Force
Tools for Science In 1592 Galileo found that a change in temperature made water rise and fall in a sealed tube. Simple device was a thermometer.
How would you measure…. A Football field? A drive in the car? Your weight? Kool-aid? UNITS!
Length – the distance between 2 points Circumference – distance around a circular object.
Bell Ringer 8/30/11 NO TI-Nspires today!! Write and answer the following questions on lined paper in the classwork section of your binder: 1.What is the.
The Tools of Physical Science. Objectives Today we will learn –About graduated cylinders –About triple beam balances –About the three temperature scales.
Units of Measurement SI – Le Systeme International d’Unites AKA: the Metrics System.
Metric System (international system of units or SI) - A decimal system (based on 10) that scientists and everyone else in the world uses, except.
Standard measure of a quantity Examples › Length = Meter (m) › Volume = Liter (L) › Mass = Grams (g) › Temperature = Celcius (°C)
The ABC’s of Science Review of length, volume Metric System Part 2:
Measurement A way to describe the world with numbers.
Metrics EQ: What are SI units of measurement and why are they so important?
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