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Warm up 8/30/07. What did you discover from yesterday’s lab? Find the volume of the object in cm ³ and mL. 2 cm. 5 cm. 2 cm. Announcements. If you were absent be sure to check the grey folder in absent work bin to get stuff missed

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• What did you discover from yesterday’s lab?

• Find the volume of the object in cm³ and mL

2 cm

5 cm

2 cm

• If you were absent be sure to check the grey folder in absent work bin to get stuff missed

• If you leave anything here, it will be in the work passes back bin

• If you bring in pennies before 1982 you will receive a no homework pass.

• 1 penny = 5 pt homework pass

### The Metric System

In science class, we will be using the METRIC SYSTEM.

For example, you would use centimeters to measure a coin, and kilometers to measure the distance from San Marcos to Escondido.

We can change the standard unit using

pre-fixes

The prefixes are (from largest to smallest) and object is-

• Kilo- K

• Hecto- H

• Deka- D

• Unit- Meter, Liter or Gram

• Deci- d

• Centi- c

• Milli- m

Pre-fixes and object is-

We can think of the prefixes like a stair step

Kilo

1000

Hecto

100

Deka

10

UNIT

Liter

Meter

Gram

1

Deci

1/10

Centi

1/100

Milli

1/1000

K H D U D C M

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Converting and object is-

When you go down the stair to the right, you move the decimal over that many spaces in the same direction.

For example: convert 5.5 Dl to cl

K H D U D C M

5

5

3 spaces moved to the right, so move decimal point 3 to the right

5,500 cl

Let’s try another and object is-

Convert .77 cg to kg

K H D U D C M

0

0

77

0

0

0

5 spaces to the left, so move decimal point 5 to the left

.0000077 kg

Convert 25 cm to Dm

K H D U D C M

0

2 5

3 spaces to the left, so move decimal point 3 to left

Again, your turn and object is-

Convert 12.6 km to dm

K H D U D C M

4 spaces to right = 126,000 dm

12 6

0

0

0

Kilo and object is-

Hecto

Deka

Unit

deci

centi

milli

Converting SI Units

If you move down the stair step, you move the decimal to the right…

2.6 km = _260,000_ cm

2.6 km = _________ cm

If you move up the stair step, you move the decimal to the left

3,700 mm = ______ m

3,700 mm = __3.7__ m