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Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
Measurement 7th
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Measurement 7th
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Measurement 7th

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  • 1. Scientific Measurements
    Student will be able to
    Understand why scientist use a standard measure
    Describe the standard units of measure
    Describe common measure used in science
    Analyze graphing in science
  • 2.
    • Common Practice
    44
  • 3. 59
    • Measurement Systems
    English System (red)
    Metric System
  • 4.
    • Metric System Prefixes
    kilo (k) means 1,000 x
    centi (c) means 0.01 x
    milli (m) means 0.001 x
    micro (µ) means 0.000001 x
    45
  • 5.
    • Length (how long)
    - Measured in Meter (m)
    + Kilometer (km)
    + Centimeter (cm)
    + Millimeter (mm)
    + Micrometer (µm)
    46
  • 6.
    • Mass (how much stuff)
    Gram (g)
    + Kilogram (kg)
    + Milligram (mg)
    48
  • 7.
    • Volume (how much space)
    • 8. Liter (l)
    + Milliliter (ml)
    50
  • 9.
    • Time
    Second
    53
  • 10.
    • Temperature (movement)
    Celsius
    Kelvin
    54
  • 11.
    • Estimation
    61
  • 12.
    • Accuracy & Precision
    Accuracy = How close is it to real value
    Precision = How close is each measurement to each other
    62
  • 13. • Mean, Median, Mode
    • Mean = Average
    • 14. Median = Middle
    • 15. Mode = Most often
    66

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