Flashcards in Chapter 4 Deck (51):

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## Measurement

### Describes the world with numbers

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## Estimation

### Helps you make a rough measurement

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## Precision

### A description of how close measurements are to each other

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## Accuracy

### Closest to the true value

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## Significant digits

### Digits other than zero are always significant

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## SI

### The International System of Units

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## Length

### Distance between two points

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## Volume

### The amount of space an object occupies is its volume

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## Mass

### The amount of matter in an object

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## Weight

### A measurement of force

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## Temperature

### How hot or cold an object is

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## Time

### The interval between two events

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## Rate

### The amount of change of one measurement in a given amount of time

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## Table

### Displays info in rows and columns

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## Graph

### Used to collect, organize, and summarize in a visual way

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## Variable

### Something that can change or vary

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## Broken scale

### A graph that doesn't start at zero

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## Meter

### Length

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## Liter

### Volume

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## Kg

### Mass

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## Kelvin

### Temperature

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## Absolute zero

###
-459 degrees Fahrenheit

-273 degrees Celsius

0 Kelvin

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## Giga

### Billion

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## Mega

### Million

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## Kilo

### thousand

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## Hecto

### Hundred

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## Deka

### Ten

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##
Meter

Liter

Gram

### One

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## Deci

### Tenth

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## Centi

### Hundredth

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## Milli

### Thousandth

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## Micro

### Millionth

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## Nano

### Billionth

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## How many times greater is a kg than a gram

### 1000

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## The measurement of matter in an object

### Mass

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## Measurement of force (gravity)

### Weight

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## 90 degrees = %

### 25

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## 180 degrees = %

### 50

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## 270 degrees = %

### 75

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## 360 degrees = %

### 100

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## The distance traveled in a given time

### Speed

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## Relationship between two variables

### Line graph

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## Water boiling point

###
100 degrees Celsius

373.2 Kelvin

212 degrees Fahrenheit

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## Cubic cm=?

### cc=cm^3=ml

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## Measure of volume (immersion)

### Not all objects have an even, regular shape

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## Precision

### How close measurements are to each other

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## Accuracy

### Compares measurements to the real value

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## M^3 measures ?

### Volume

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## 1 meter = ? ml

### 1000

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## Scale drawing

### 1 cm= 1m

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