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THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM
OF UNITS
Section Review
Objectives
• List SI units of measurement
• Distinguish
• Convert
and common
SI prefixes
between the mass and weight of an object
between Celsius and Kelvin temperature
scales
Vocabulary
•
International System of
Units
kilogram
(Sl)
gram
absolute zero
(kg)
energy
(g)
• meter (m)
temperature
• liter
(L)
• weight
Part
Use
joule
• Celsius scale
(J)
calorie (cal)
Kelvin scale
A Completion
completion exercise to check your understanding of the concepts and terms
this
that are introduced in this section. Each blank can be completed with a term, short
phrase, or number.
The
1
International System of Units
2
system. There are
unit of length
is
SI
(SI) is
base units. In
SI,
the base
3
the
The space taken up by a cube
that
is
10
cm on each edge is
given mass
5
is its
water at 40C
is
one
.
.
Scientists
The
9
and the
10
2.
seven
3.
meter
4.
liter
6.
gram
commonly use two
7.
celsius
7
8.
kelvin
9.
joule
equivalent units of temperature, the degree
.
metric
weight
The mass of one cubic centimeter of
6
1.
5.
A measure of the pull of gravity on an object of
one
8
a revision of the
are
and the
common units of energy.
10.
Chapter 3
calorie
Scientific
Measurement
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Date
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Part B True-False
Classify each
NT
11.
The
12.
A decigram is
13.
The
14.
There are
NT
AT
of these statements as always
SI
base unit of mass
is
true,
the
AT; sometimes
true, ST;
or never
true,
NT.
milliliter.
100 times smaller than a gram.
SI unit of volume
is
derived from the unit of length.
NT
six basic SI units of measurement.
Part C Matching
Match each
description in
Column B
to the correct
term in Column A.
Column A
k
Column B
15. Kelvin scale
a.
quantity of heat that raises the
temperature of 1 g of pure water by
e
16. International
System of Units
(SI)
IOC.
b.
the capacity to do work or to produce heat
m
17.
temperature
c.
the SI unit of energy
18.
meter
d.
non-SI unit of volume
e.
standardized system of measurement
based on the metric system
f.
mass unit commonly used
g
a
19. calorie
l
d
c
20. Celsius scale
21. liter
22. joule
g.
in chemistry
the SI unit of length
h. force that
measures the pull of gravity on a
given mass
h
23. weight
i.
zero point
on the
Kelvin scale equal to
-273.150C
i
j
24. absolute zero
25. kilogram
f
26.
j.
k.
base unit of mass
temperature scale on which the freezing
point of water is 273.150 and its boiling
point is 373.150
gram
l.
b
SI
freezing scale that sets the freezing point
of water at 00 and
its
boiling point at 1000
27. energy
m. measure of how hot or cold an object is
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Core Teaching Resources
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Date
D
Class
Questions and Problems
Answer the following in the space provided.
28.
What is the volume of a board that measures
1.8
cm by 8.8 cm by 30.5 cm?
1.8 cm x 8.8 cm x 30.5 cm = 483.12 = 4.8 x102 cm3
29.
Hydrogen boils
at 20K.
What is the boiling point of hydrogen on the
Celsius scale?
K-273
2--273 = -253°C
30.
What is the symbol and meaning of each prefix?
a.
pico-
b. kilo-
a.
10-12 p
b.
103 k
c.
micro-
c.
10-6 m
d.
centi-
d.
10-2 c
Chapter 3
Scientific
Measurement
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