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Transcript of Metric Practice
Measuring things in science and in most other places around the world use the metric system of measurements. This activity is intended to help you review and understand the metric units that are commonly used.
Mass = The measurement of the amount of _____1a
Measured on a _________________1b
Gram = About the mass of ________________1c
Kilogram = The mass of __________________1d
Milligram = The mass of _________________1f
Kilogram, gram, milligram, are used to measure mass. Mass is measured on a balance.
Liter, kiloliter & cubic meter, milliliter & cc measure volume. Volume is measured using a syringe or a graduated cylinder.
Meter, kilometer, centimeter, millimeter, measure distance. Distance is measured using a ruler.
Distance = the measurement from __________2a
Distance is measured using a ________________2b
The meter is about _______________________2c
The kilometer is close to ___________________2d
The mm is about the thickness of __________2e
The cm is about _______________2f
Volume = the measurement of _________3a
Volume is measured using a __________3b
and a ___________ _____________3c
The liter is about the volume of __________3d
The kiloliter is exactly the same as a ______3e
and is about the volume of ___________
The milliliter is exactly the same as a _______3f
and is about the volume of a ____________3g
is a push or a pull. In Physics Newtons measure force and weight using a spring scale.
Forces and weight are measured on a
____________ ____________4a using
metric units called ________________4b