Name:_______________

Date:____________

1. The system of measurement used by all scientists is The ________

________ __ _____, which is abbreviated the __ __ system and is commonly referred to as the __________ system.

2. The metric system is based on repeating units of _____.

3. The SI (metric) unit for length is the _______.

4. 1/100th of a meter is a ___________.

5. 1/1000th of a meter is a _________.

6. One thousand meters is a _________.

7. The abbreviation for centimeter is _____.

8. The abbreviation for millimeter is _____.

9. The abbreviation for kilometer is _____.

10. One inch is equal to ______ centimeters.

11. One foot is equal to ________ centimeters.

12. One meter is equal to ______ inches.

13. One mile is equal to _______ kilometers.

14. Five kilometers is equal to _____ miles.

15. 100 meters is equal to about ______ yards.

16. The amount of space on the surface of something is called _______.

17. The basic SI unit for area is the _______ ______.

18. The abbreviation for square meters is ______.

19. The formula for computing the area of a surface composed of squares or rectangles is ___= _____ X _____.

20. A home which is 60 feet long and 40 feet wide has _______ square feet of living area.

21. ________ is the amount of space something occupies.

22. A _____ is a three dimensional container having 90 degree angle walls.

23. A cube has three dimensions, _______, _______, and _______.

24. The basic SI unit for volume is the ______ ______.

25. The abbreviation for cubic meter is ______.

26. The formula for computing volume is _____= ____ X ____ X ____.

27. A swimming pool which is 30 meters long, 10 meters wide and 2
meters deep will hold a volume of water of _____ cm^{3.}

28. For smaller volumes, smaller units such as the ______ ________ are often used to describe volume.

29. The _____ has a volume between that of a cubic meter and a cubic centimeter.

30. A liter contains _____ fluid ounces.

31. A quart contains _____ fluid ounces.

32. A _________ is 1/1000th of a liter.

33. ______ is the measure of the amount of matter in an object.

34. On the earth's surface _______ is equal to _______.

35. The SI unit for mass or weight is the _______.

36. A ______ is equal to 1,000 grams.

37. One kilogram is equal to _______ pounds.

38. A ________ is equal to 1/1000th of a gram.

39. ________ is mass (weight) per unit of volume.

40. The SI unit for temperature is degrees _______. The scale for measuring temperature is the _______ ________, which is also known as the _______ _______.

41. On the Celsius scale, water freezes at ______ degrees and boils at _____ degrees.

42. The English unit for measuring temperature is degrees ________.

43. On the Fahrenheit scale, water freezes at _____ degrees and boils at _____ degrees.

44. The formula for converting centigrade to Fahrenheit is _______.

45. The formula for converting Fahrenheit to centigrade is _______.

46. The _______ scale is often used to measure temperature in chemistry and physics.

47. The Kelvin scale is just like the Celsius scale except you add ______ degrees to degrees Celsius.

48. On the Kelvin scale, water freezes at _____ degrees and boils at ______ degrees.

49. Zero degrees Kelvin is _______ ______.

50. _______ _______ is the coldest possible temperature which occurs with the complete absence of heat.

51. Absolute zero is _____ degrees Celsius and _____ degrees Fahrenheit.

52. The SI units for time are _______,_______ and ________.

53. A _______ is a picture of data.

54. The ______ is the horizonal or ____ axis.

55. The _______ is the vertical or ____ axis.

56. The ______ is the place where the horizontal and vertical axes meet.

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