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name:_______________________ period: ______________ Metric System Review Part 1 Directions: Match the words in the word box to where they’re supposed to go. Word Box The amount of 3-D space an object occupies. Beaker. Meter(m). Pints. Ounces. Kelvin (K). Measurement of kinetic (motion) energy of particles in an object - Fast=hot slow=cold. The amount of matter (particle) in an object. Graduated cylinder. Meter stick. Triple beam balance. Gram (g). Liter (L). Pounds. Fl. Ounces. Tons. Degrees Fahrenheit. Thermometer. Yard. The distance between two points. Quarts. Foot. Teaspoons. Inch. Metric ruler. Miles. What do you want to measure? Definition Tool Length Volume Mass Temperature Check to see if you are correct by using your notes. Basic Metric English Unit and System Unit Abbreviation Part 2 Directions: Write the metric prefixes on the lines from the largest to the smallest. Write what each of the prefixes means underneath the line. _______ ________ ________ _________ ________ ________ Largest smallest Measurement Review Measuring Length Directions: Measure the lines with a metric ruler to the nearest millimeter. Remember to put the units after each number! 1. Length: _________ 2. Length: _________ 3. Length: _________ Measuring and Calculating Volume Directions: Measure the volumes with a metric ruler using correct units. Calculate the volume of each cube or rectangular prism. Volume: _________ Volume: _________ Measuring Volume of Liquids Directions: Measure the volume of liquids shown below. Remember: Measure form the bottom of the bubble! 1. 2. Volume: __________ Volume: __________ Measuring Mass Directions: Read the triple beam balance and record the mass with correct units. Mass: __________ Density Review 1. Describe why objects float or sink in water using the terms density, mass and volume. 2. Will this object float or sink in water, why? 3. An unknown piece of wood has a mass of 50 g and a volume of 417 cm3. Show your work using the three-step method. What type of wood do you have? Beech 0.7 - 0.9 g/cm3 Balsa 0.11 - 0.14 g/cm3 Bamboo 0.3 - 0.4 g/cm3 4. You have a block of each type of wood. Draw what the particles of each type of wood look like to show their relative densities. Label each block with the name of the wood and whether it is “densest” or “least dense”.