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Aim: Review Basic Measurement Do Now: Take a ruler from the back of the room for you and your partner to share during this lesson/activity. ** you will use the side that counts by cm **

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Kilo (Km) = 1000 Thousands Hecto (Hm) = 100 Hundreds Deka (Dm) = 10 Ten Deci (dm) =.1 Tenths Centi (cm) =.01 Hundredths Milli (mm) =.001 Thousandths Base (M, L, G)

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I. Length (meter) The distance between two points Measured using a Ruler or Meter Stick II. Mass (gram) The amount of matter in an object Measured using a Triple Beam Balance or Electronic Scale III. Volume (Liter) The amount of space an object takes up Measure using: 1) Ruler L x W x H 2) Graduated Cylinder Water displacement method

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Water Displacement Example: 1) Record starting volume of water _________ 2) Place in object 3) Find new volume of water + object _________ 4) Subtract to find volume of object 10 ml 15 ml 15 ml -10 ml = 5 ml

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IV. Temperature (Kelvin, Celsius, Fahrenheit) The average amount of kinetic energy in an object (moving energy) Measured using a Thermometer Freezing Point 0 o C 32 o F 273 K Boiling Point 100 o C 211 o F 374 K ESRT

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V. Time (seconds, minutes and hours) The amount of space between two events Measured using a Stop Watch or Clock Seconds are the basic units used

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Closure: Take a Basic Measurement worksheet from the back table top bin. Work on both sides with your partner and use your notes.

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Aim: Converting Basic Measurement Do Now: In your notebooks list the base units used for each of the measurements. Length: ____ Volume: _____or____ Mass:______

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Converting Metric Units Kilo (K) = 1000 Hecto (H) = 100 Deka (D) = 10 Deci (d) =.1 Centi (c) =.01 Milli (m) =.001 Base (M, L, G) King Henry's Dog Bites Dogs Cats and Mice

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Kilo (K) = 1000 Hecto (H) = 100 Deka (D) = 10 Deci (d) =.1 Centi (c) =.01 Milli (m) =.001 Base (M, L, G) To convert to a Smaller unit you move the decimal to the right To convert to a Larger unit you move the decimal to the left

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Kilo (K) = 1000 Hecto (H) = 100 Deka (D) = 10 Deci (d) =.1 Centi (c) =.01 Milli (m) =.001 Base (M, L, G) Ex: 1)1000 mg = ________g 2)109 g = __________kg 3)250 m = ________km

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Closure Take a Metric Conversions worksheet from the back table bottom bin. Work with your partner and use your notes. Work on the EVEN questions only.

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