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Bell Work: 9/9/13

Grab a flash card and fold it accordion style so that it has 3 sections

Copy this chart below into the separate sections

*My example is below*

SI/Metric

The international system of units (SI) is a version of

the metric system that modern scientists use. WE DO

NOT USE THE STANDARD SYSTEM IN SCIENCE!

http://chartsbin.com/view/d12

Length
• Length is measured in meters

Kilometers 1000

Hectometers 100

Dekameters 10

Meters

Decimeters 0.1

Centimeters 0.01

Millimeters 0.001

Mass
• Mass is measured in grams

Kilograms 1000

Hectograms 100

Dekagrams 10

Grams

Decigrams 0.1

Centigrams 0.01

Milligrams 0.001

Volume
• Volume is measured in Liters OR cm³

Kiloliters 1000

Hectoliters 100

Dekaliters 10

Liters

Deciliters 0.1

Centiliters 0.01

Milliliters 0.001

Other SI Units
• Time is measured in seconds (milliseconds are also often used)
• Weight is measured in Newtons
• Temperature is measured

in Celsius or Kelvin

Since each step is ten times or one-tenth as much as the step on either side, we have:

1 kilometer = 10 hectometers = 100 dekameters =

1000 meters = 10 000 decimeters = 100 000

centimeters = 1 000 000 millimeters

• Or: 1 milliliter = 0.1 centiliters = 0.01 deciliters = 0.001 liters = 0.000 1 dekaliters = 0.000 01 hectoliters = 0.000 001 kiloliters
Density
• mass ÷ volume = density
• grams ÷ cm³ = g/ cm³ OR grams ÷ Liters = g/ L

What makes me float? Hmmm . . .

Which ones will float and which ones will sink?

Metric System Foldable (page 18 of our notebook)

• Fold paper in half
• Draw a line every 3 centimeters
• Cut stairs
• Cut front half of paper down line
• Label inside and outside
• Things to label:
• King Henry . . . (outside)
• Kilo-, Hecto-, . . . (inside)
• Under base meter, liter,

gram

• Abbreviations (inside)

there was a really talkative student. Mrs. Supan’s evil twin taught this student and she knew that the talkative student needed to be taught a lesson. She found a roll of duct tape that measured 44.5 cm. The talkative student’s mouth measured 150.4 mm. Mrs. Supan’s evil twin wondered if she had enough tape to cover . . .

*No students were harmed in the making of this word problem*