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Writing Prompt. In a few lines of your Comp book write down what you learned yesterday about arm-span and height. More about the METRIC!!!. A Sucker Free Production by Mr. D (yeaaaaahhh, boyyyy). 1 X 10 = ? 10 X 10 = ? 100 X 10 = ? 100 X 10 = ?. 10 100 1,000 10,000. It’s as easy as….

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Writing prompt

Writing Prompt

In a few lines of your Comp book write down what you learned yesterday about arm-span and height.


More about the metric

More about the METRIC!!!

A Sucker Free Production by

Mr. D

(yeaaaaahhh, boyyyy)


It s as easy as

1 X 10 = ?

10 X 10 = ?

100 X 10 = ?

100 X 10 = ?

10

100

1,000

10,000

It’s as easy as…


How about

100 / 10 = ?

10 / 10 = ?

1 / 10 = ?

0.1 / 10 = ?

10

1

0.1 or 1/10

0.01 or 1/100

How about…


Metric is base 10

Metric is Base 10

  • The metric system is based on the number 10

  • So it’s EASY TO USE!!!!


Metric prefixes

Metric Prefixes

  • Kilo-(as in kilometer or kilogram)

  • Hecto-

  • Deka-

  • Deci-

  • Centi-(as in centimeter)

  • Milli-(as in millimeter)


What do they mean

What do they mean???

  • Kilo-1000

  • Hecto-100

  • Deka-10

  • Deci-1/10

  • Centi-1/100

  • Milli-1/1000

  • Sooo… A centimeter is what fraction of a meter?


How can you remember these

Think about this…

King

Henry

Died

by

drinking

chocolate

milk

kilo (kg, kL, km, kN)

Hecto (Hg, HL, etc.)

Deka (Dg, DL, etc.)

basic unit (g, L, m, N)

deci (dg, dL, etc.)

centi (cg, cL, cm)

milli (mg, mL, mm)

How can you remember these?

X X


Examples

K H D b d c m

50 kg = ? g

8 m = ? km

2 L = ? mL

50,000 g

0.008 km

2,000 mL

Examples


Let s practice

Let’s Practice

  • First a worksheet

  • Then, an activity


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