Metric Conversions

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Metric Conversions
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  1. 120mm= ______m
    .120m
  2. 53.6cL=______hL
    .00536
  3. 26mg=______g
    .026g
  4. 1435dkm=______km
    14.35km
  5. 985dg=_____cg
    9,850cg
  6. 87.6g=______dkg
    8.76dkg
  7. 309cm=______mm
    3,090mm
  8. 857kg=______g
    857,000g
  9. 23.4mL=______L
    .0234L
  10. 64.7cm=______hm
    .00647hm
  11. Relationship over time-
    Line Graph
  12. Percentages-
    Circle Graph
  13. Relationships to compare-
    Bar Graph
  14. To convert to a larger unit, move the decimal to the ___________.
    left
  15. To convert to a smaller unit, move the decimal to the ____________.
    right
  16. What is the best unit for measuring the mass of a book bag?
    kilograms
  17. The distance to your home would be measured in _____________.
    Kilometers
  18. The volume of a bottle of Coca-Cola would be measured in ___________.
    liters
  19. What is the basic unit for tempature?
    Celsius or Kelvin
  20. What is the freezing point for water on this scale?
    0*
  21. What is the boiling point for water on this scale?
    100*
  22. What tool is used to find mass?
    Triple-Beam Balance
  23. The base unit for mass is
    Gram
  24. What tools are used to find volume?
    Graduated cylinder, metric ruler
  25. The base units for volume are
    Liter
  26. What tool is used to find length/distance?
    Meterstick
  27. The base unit for length/distance is
    Meter
  28. What is a meniscus?
    Point at which you measure volume
  29. Kilo=
    1,000
  30. Centi=
    .01
  31. Milli=
    .001
  32. These prefixes are added to the ________ units to make the value less or _________.
    base, more
  33. Define mass:
    How much space an object takes up
  34. Define volume:
    How much liquid an object holds
  35. A beaker contains 225mL of water. An object is added to the beaker of water. This raises the water level to 325mL. What is the volume of the object? ________ This process is called ___________.
    100mL, Desplacement
  36. What is the volume of a box with the following measurement? Height is 2cm, length is 5cm, and the width is 5cm. ____________ For this, the units will always be ________ since three dimensions are present.
    50cm3, cubic
  37. King Henry _________________________________
    Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk
  38. When working in the lab, it is necessary to wear ___________.
    goggles
  39. Before starting a lab, you should __________________________________________
    listen to the directions and wait to be told when to begin
  40. You should never ________ or _______ in the lab.
    eat, drink
  41. After completing a lab, you should ________________
    __________________________________________.
    Clean up you lab and wait for further instructions
  42. Bio=
    life
  43. Meter=
    measure
  44. Ology=
    the study of

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