## SOL

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# SOL

 Base unitsLength meters Volume liters Mass grams Time seconds Temp. Kelvin and celsius
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#### Definitions

Base units Length meters Volume liters
Mass grams Time seconds
Temp. Kelvin and celsius
Largest prefixes kilo, hecto, deca
kilo 1,000
hecto 100
deca 10
Smaller prefixes deci, centi, milli
deci 0.1
centi 0.01
milli 0.001
Metric Conversion King Henry Daughter usually drinks chocolate milk
Lenght The distance between two points; Measured with a metric ruler
Mass The amount of matter in an object; Is measured with a triple beam balance
Volume The amount of space occupied by an object
Volume of a rectangular solid 1. Use a metric ruler
2. Measure the length, width, and height (Volume = l x w x h)
3. Units cubic centimeter (cm3)
Volume of a liquid Use a graduated cylinder (g.c)volume from new
Units are milliliters (ml)
Volume of an irregular solid 1. use a graduated cylinder
2. Fill with 50 ml of water
3. Place solid in the g.c.
Density The amount of mass in a given volume
Density (Formula) mass / volume (g/ml)
Density (Sink or Float) The density of water is 1 g/ml
If density less than 1g/ml it will float in water
If density greater than 1g/ml it will sink
Hypothesis An educated guess; An If . . . then . . statement
Variables the part of the experiment that changes
Independent (IV) The part of the experiment that you are testing
Dependent (DV) responds to changes you made (IV)
Control A standard for comparison
Constants Factors that remain the same
Repeated Trials The # of times you do the experiment
Data Organized charts and graphs
Graphs IV on x-axis
DV on y-axis
Results and Conclusions Analyzing your data and drawing conclusions

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