Lab Measurement
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Vocabulary
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Other than a digital scale, what is the name of the tool we use in lab to measure what
What is a triple-beam balance.
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The mass of an object is 10g and the volume is 12mL. What is the density?
What is 0.83g/mL
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88g= ______kg
1.76kg
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What is the tool we use to measure temperature?
Thermometer
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The amount of matter in an object.
What is mass?
200
Which is more accurate or precise, a beaker or graduated cylinder?
200
What are the two possible labels for density?
What are g/mL or g/cm3 (cubed)?
200
8.34L= _________mL
8,340 mL
200
What is the unit we use in science for temperature?
degrees celcius
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Anything that takes up space.
What is matter?
300
Why would a person not use a test tube when measuring water?
What is because it doesn't have measurement marks on it?
300
An irregular object has a starting volume of 150mL and an ending volume of 200 mL. The mass of that object is 88g. What is the density
What is 1.76g/mL? (200mL-150mL=50mL) 88g/50mL
300
8.6 cm= ____ mm
86mm
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The amount of matter in an object is called ______.
mass
300
The ability to float.
What is buoyancy (buoyant force)?
400
What is the label that is used for measuring mass in lab?
What is grams (g)?
400
You have created a density column using oil and water. The water has a density of 1.0g/mL and the oil has a density of 1.23g/mL. Which of the two will be on the top of the density column?
What is the oil?
400
94cm= ______m
.94 m
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What is the formula for calculating density?
mass divided by volume
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An item or object moving water to the side.
What is displacement?
500
A regular shaped object measures 3cm x 2cmx 4cm. What is the volume?
What is 24 centimeters cubed?
500
What is an example of a "real-life" density column?
What is a bottle of Italian salad dressing or a Galilean thermometer (thermometer on Miss S.'s desk), lava lamp, etc.
500
134mL= _____ L
.134 L
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What are 2 tools you can use to measure length?
ruler or meter stick
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Suffix meaning length.
What is -meter?
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