# Metric, Volume, Density

 Law of Conservation of Matter
 During an ordinary chemical change, there is no detectable increase or decrease in the quantity of matter
 Giga
 G; One billion; 1,000,000,000
 Mega
 M; One million; 1,000,000
 Kilo
 k; One thousand; 1,000
 Deci
 d; One-tenth; 0.1
 Centi
 c; One-hundredth; 0.01
 Milli
 m; one-thousandth; 0.001
 Micro
 µ; one-millionth; 0.000001
 Nano
 n; one-billionth; 0.000000001
 Pico
 p; one-trillionth; 0.000000000001
 What is the metric unit for distance?
 meter (m)
 What is the metric unit for Mass?
 gram (g)
 What are the metric units for Volume?
 liter (L);cubic meter (m3); cubic centimeter (cm3)
 How many L are in 1 m3?
 1,000 L
 How many cm3 in 1L?
 1,000cm3
 How many inches in 1 meter?
 39.37in
 How many cm in 1 in?
 2.540cm
 1 kg = _____ lb
 2.2045 lb
 1 lb = ______ grams
 453.6g
 1 oz = _____ grams
 28.35 grams
 1 L = ______ qt
 1.059 qt
 1 fl oz = _____ mL
 29.57 mL
 Mass
 (m) Property which reflects the quantity of matter within a sample; Measured in g
 Volume
 (V) The amount of space matter occupies; Measured in L, cm3 and m3
 1 mL = ___ g
 1 g
 1 mL = ___ cm3
 1 cm3
 Density
 (d) The measure of how much mass is contained in a given volume; mass per unit volume; d = m/V
 Temperature
 Degree of hotness or coldness of body or environment
 In degrees Celsius what is the temperature for the:Boiling point of waterNormal body temperatureFreezing point of water
 Boiling point of water: 100 degrees CBody temperature: 37 degrees CFreezing point of water: 0 degrees C
 How is density labeled?
 mass per volume (m/V)
 Equation for density when the mass and volume are known
 d = m/V
 Equation for mass when volume and density are known
 m = V x d
 Equation for volume when the mass and density are known
 V = m/d
 Boiling point of water in degrees F, C, and K
 212 degrees F; 100 degrees C; 373 Kelvin
 Freezing point of water in F, C, and K
 32 degrees F; 0 degrees C; 273 Kelvin
 0 Kelvin = ______ degrees C
 -273 degrees C
 Formula for degrees C
 C = 5/9 (Tf – 32)
 Formula for degrees Fahrenheit
 Tf = 9/5 Tc + 32
 Formula for Kelvin
 Tk = Tc + 273.15

MOney Back
Guarantee
No Hidden
Charges
Unlimited
Knowledge base
Become a Member