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Measuring Devices

How to accurately use and read them.

Grade 4 Laboratory
Triple Beam Balance
How to read the balance:

Set weights to zero

Make sure the indicator at the far
right is aligned to ...
Graduated Cylinder

Used to measure small
volumes of liquid accurately.

How to read the cylinder:

Read the volume from t...
Beaker
         Used to measure larger
         volumes of liquid

         How to read the Beaker:

         Read the vol...
Meter stick

Used for measuring
distances

How to read the Meter Stick:

Read length at closest
marked line
Thermometer
              Used to measure the temperature
              of the bulb.

              How to read the Thermo...
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Laboratory Measurement Grade 4

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Laboratory Measurement Grade 4

  1. 1. Measuring Devices How to accurately use and read them. Grade 4 Laboratory
  2. 2. Triple Beam Balance How to read the balance: Set weights to zero Make sure the indicator at the far right is aligned to the fixed mark If not aligned, adjust using the knob on the far left knob Set object to measure on the pan Adjust weights until alignment marks match on the far right
  3. 3. Graduated Cylinder Used to measure small volumes of liquid accurately. How to read the cylinder: Read the volume from the bottom of the meniscus Meniscus
  4. 4. Beaker Used to measure larger volumes of liquid How to read the Beaker: Read the volume from the bottom of the meniscus
  5. 5. Meter stick Used for measuring distances How to read the Meter Stick: Read length at closest marked line
  6. 6. Thermometer Used to measure the temperature of the bulb. How to read the Thermometer: Read at the closest mark at the top of the red column Some thermometers, like the one shown, can measure both Fahrenheit and Celsius
  7. 7. The End!

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