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```Bell
Ringer
• Finish the M & M Lab.
• Make a LINE GRAPH of the data. Use the same
numbers you used for making the bar graph
yesterday.
• We will do a circle graph together.
Bell
following questions.
1. What is the X-axis?
2. Draw a graph and point to the
origin.
3. Do you put the dependent variable on the X- or Yaxis?
4. What should ALWAYS be on the top of your graph?
Measurement Vocabulary Words
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International System of Units (SI unit)
Length
Weight
Mass
Volume
International System of Units
(SI unit)
• The system of units used by scientists to measure the
properties of matter.
Length
• How long an object is.
• It is measured in meters.
Weight
• A measure of the force of gravity on an object.
• Measured in pounds (lbs).
Mass
• A measure of how much matter is in an object.
• Measured in grams (g).
Volume
• The amount of space that matter occupies.
• Measured in liters (L).
• V = length (cm) x width (cm) x height (cm)
• SI unit is cubic centimeters
SI
Prefixes
kilo
(k)
hecto
(h)
deka
(d)
Meter
kilometer
(km)
hectometer
(hm)
Liter
kiloliter
(kL)
Gram
Meter (m)
Liter (L)
Gram (g)
deci
(d)
centi
(c)
milli
(m)
decameter
(dam)
decimeter
(dm)
centimeter
(cm)
millimeter
(mm)
hectoliter
(hL)
dekaliter
(daL)
deciliter
(dL)
centiliter
(cL)
milliliter
(mL)
kilogram
(kg)
hectogram
(hg)
dekagram
(dag)
decigram
(dg)
centigram
(cg)
milligram
(mg)
1000
100
10
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.01
.001
1
k
h
d
m
d
c
m
Way to Remember  Koko helps
dirty mangy dogs count money.
Metric Conversion Rules:
1. If there is no decimal in the number, put
one at the end.
98  98.
2. If there are no numbers for the decimal to