Metric Meas. & Other Basic Sci.Concepts

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What does mg measure?
What is the formula for the volume of a regular solid?
What is the name of the analyzation method where you add up the numbers and divide that sum by the number of numbers you have?
What does K measure?
What is cm^3 the metric abbreviation for?
What device do you need to measure the volume of a fluid?
What is s the metric abbreviation for?
What does L measure?
What is km the metric abbreviation for?
What is K the metric abbreviation for?
What does g/cm^3 measure?
The effect that gravity has on an object's mass is called its __________.
What device do you need to measure the volume of an irregular solid?
What is another name for the line of best fit?
What is the formula for density?
What does g/mL measure?
If an object's density is greater than that of water, what will happen when you put it in water?
What does cm^3 measure?
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What is mg the metric abbreviation for?
What is the effect of gravity on the falling rate of two objects with different masses? It affects the more massive ball (more/less/the same).
What device do you need to measure length?
What is ms the metric abbreviation for?
What device do you need to measure mass?
What is mm the metric abbreviation for?
What device do you need to measure the volume of a regular solid?
The amount of matter contained inside of an object is called its __________.
What does mm measure?
What is the density of water in g/cm^3?
What is the density of water in g/mL?
When you say how one variable affects another, what are you describing?
What does ms measure?
What is g/mL the metric abbreviation for?
What is the name of the analyzation method where you put the numbers in order for least to greatest and then find the one in the middle?
What does km measure?
The amount of space an object takes up is called its __________.
If an object's density is less than that of water, what will happen when you put it in water?

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