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Metric system blackboard

  1. 1. Ancient measurement… Approximately 18 inches What is a cubit?
  2. 3. 300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, 30 cubits high How does this relate to the metric system??? How big was Noah ’s Ark?
  3. 4. Metric System
  4. 5. <ul><li>Length—Base unit is METERS </li></ul><ul><li>Mass—Base unit is GRAMS </li></ul><ul><li>Volume—Base unit is LITERS </li></ul><ul><li>Temperature—Measured in DEGREES CELSIUS </li></ul>Measurement
  5. 6. Prefixes Milli (1/1000) or .001 Centi (1/100) or .01 Deci (1/10) or .1 Base Unit (meter, liter, gram) or 1 Deka (10) Hecto (100) Kilo (1000)
  6. 7. Miscellaneous 1 ml = 1cm 3 or cubic centimeters (cc ’s)
  7. 8. Unit Factoring-example Km—Hm—Dkm—m—dm—cm—mm Move decimal space right or left accordingly! 2.5mm = ? Hm 1.2Km = ? m =.000025HM =1200m
  8. 9. Unit Factoring K m— H m— D km— m — d m— c m— m m Use a mnemonic device to remember sequence K ing H arry ’s D aughter M arried D irty C harlie M oore Use a song to help remember it!
  9. 10. Factor-Label Method See Notebook Examples …
  10. 11. For extra credit: (Show dimensional analysis) How large, in volume, was Noah ’s Ark? (volume = length x width x height) Convert cubits to meters. (300 cubits long, 50 cubits wide, 30 cubits high) 1 cubit=18 inches Name a common object as big as Noah ’s Ark.

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