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### Measurement new

1. 1. Scientific Measurements<br />Student will be able to<br />Understand why scientist use a standard measure<br />Describe the standard units of measure<br />Describe common measure used in science<br />Analyze graphing in science<br />
2. 2. <ul><li> Common Practice</li></ul>44<br />
3. 3. 59<br /><ul><li> Measurement Systems</li></ul>English System (red)<br />Metric System<br />
4. 4. <ul><li>Metric System Prefixes</li></ul> kilo (k) means 1,000 x<br /> centi (c) means 0.01 x<br /> milli (m) means 0.001 x<br /> micro (µ) means 0.000001 x<br />45<br />
5. 5. <ul><li> Length (how long)</li></ul> - Measured in Meter (m)<br />+ Kilometer (km)<br />+ Centimeter (cm)<br />+ Millimeter (mm)<br />+ Micrometer (µm)<br />46<br />
6. 6. <ul><li> Mass (how much stuff)</li></ul>Gram (g)<br />+ Kilogram (kg)<br />+ Milligram (mg)<br />48<br />
7. 7. <ul><li> Volume (how much space)
8. 8. Liter (l)</li></ul>+ Milliliter (ml)<br />50<br />
9. 9. <ul><li> Time</li></ul>Second<br />53<br />
10. 10. <ul><li> Temperature (movement)</li></ul> Celsius<br /> Kelvin<br />54<br />
11. 11. Worksheet<br />
12. 12. Powers of 10<br />
13. 13. Lab Safety<br />Chemical Labels<br />Red<br />Fire Danger (0-4) <br />Blue<br />Health Danger (0-4)<br />Yellow<br />Reactivity Danger (0-4)<br />White<br />Specific Dangers<br />
14. 14. Fire Extinguishers<br />A<br />Paper<br />Water<br />B<br />Liquids<br />CO2<br />C<br />Electrical<br />Yellow Powder<br />D<br />Metals<br />Sand<br />