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### Anthony and jonathon science powerpoint anonymous id

1. 1. Reliable, Accurate Resources,&The Metric System<br />By Jonathon Latora and Anthony Siletti<br />
2. 2. Reliable and Accurate Resources<br />Reliable Resource<br />Something that can be relied on, but may not be necessarily correct.<br />For example, Wikipedia<br />
3. 3. Accurate Resource<br />Accurate Resource<br />Something that is always correct<br />For example, someone who was in a battle of a war, knows more about it than the person who studied it.<br />
4. 4. Differences and Between Accurate and Reliable resource<br />In the Accurate Resource, the information is correct.<br />But in a Reliable resource, the information can be misleading OR incorrect.<br />
5. 5. Metric System<br />What is the metric system?<br />The metric system is the standard system used by scientists.<br />What is the metric system used for?<br />Scientists use metric units to measure length, volume, mass, density and temperature.<br />
6. 6. Length<br />Length is one of the measurements that the metric system measures.<br />The basic unit of length measurement is the meter.<br />Anything smaller than a meter is measured in centimeter<br />anything larger than a meter is measured in kilometer.<br />What tools do you use to measure length?<br />You can use a meter stick, or a metric ruler. <br />
7. 7. Volume<br />Volume is the amount of space an object takes up.<br />The basic unit of volume is the liter.<br />Liquid is measured in milliliters or mL.<br />A solids volume is measured in cubic centimeters, (cc or cm3)<br />What tools are used to measure volume?<br />Tools used to measure volume are graduated cylinders with irregular solids, or use a metric ruler to find the length, width, and height and multiply them for right solids.<br />
8. 8. Mass<br />Mass is the amount of matter in an object.<br />The basic unit of mass is the kilogram.<br />Objects smaller than a kilogram are measured in grams.<br />Objects smaller than a gram are measured in milligrams. <br />What is mass measured in?<br />Mass is measured using the triple beam balance. <br />
9. 9. Density<br />Density is the mass per unit volume of a substance<br />Density is measured in 1g/cm3<br />D = M/V<br />
10. 10. Temperature<br />Temperature is the measure of the motion of molecules<br />Temperature in the metric system is measured in Celsius. <br />What tools do you use to measure temperature?<br />Temperature is measured using a thermometer. <br />