Metric Test Review Sheet
Complete the table writing the prefixes from largest to smallest.
Convert the following numbers:
1) 54.7 mL = _0.0547___L 6) 19.01 cm = __0.1901__m
2) 1000 kg = _1000000_g 7) 0.29 km = __2900___dm
3) 1.70 mm = _0.17___cm 8) 58 m = __5800__cm
4) 21 mm = _0.021____ m 9) 721 cg = ___7210mg
5) 4.07 L = _4070_____mL
Compare the following values using >, <, or =
1) 13 g > 310 cg 2) 21 hm = 2100 m 3) 39 m < 4 km
4) 6000 g > 6001 dg 5) 56 L > 560 mL 6) 160 cm = 16 mm
Define Length: ____Distance between two points_______
Best instruments for measuring length: ____Ruler, Meter stick________
Write the units for length using the prefixes. List the units from largest to smallest.
Kilometer meter centimeter millimeter
Which of these is the basic unit for length?
A) L C) mL
B) m D) g
1. Find the length in cm of line C __2.7 cm_________
2. Find the length in mm of line B___5 mm_______
3. Find the length in cm of line A ____5.5 cm_________
What is the formula for area? ___L * W_________
Find the area of the figure to the left __15 cm2______
Define Temperature: ____Amount of heat in an object________
What temperature scale is metric? __Celsius_____________
What temperature scale has absolute zero? ____Kelvin_____________
Tools to measure temperature: ____Thermometer___________________
What is the Celsius scale? _____0 – 100 ºC___________________________
The freezing point of water in oC: ___0 ºC____ The boiling point: ___100 ºC_____
How do you convert Celsius to Kelvins? Kelvins to Celsius? Write the equations . Equations: C – K (+273) k – C (-273)
Convert the following temperatures:
1) 300 K = ___27 ______ oC 2) 100 oC =____373___________ K
3) 27 oC = ___300_______ K 4) 23 K = _____-250___________ oC
5) 546 K = ___273_______ oC 6) 14 oC = _____287___________ K
7) 200 oC = ___473_______ K 8) 600 K = _____327___________ oC
Write the correct temperatures in oC for the thermometers below:
_____-1 ºC_______ ____93 ºC_____ ____34 ºC______ ____54.6 ºC_____
Define volume: _____Amount of space an object takes up_________________________
Base unit for measuring liquid volume: _____Liter___________________
Place the units used for measuring volume in order of largest to smallest :
mL, L, cm3, kL
Write three ways to measure volume, the tool used to measure the volume, and the units for each.
Irregular shaped solid: Water Displacement (explained) cm3 graduated cylinder
Regular shaped solid: L*W*H cm3 ruler
Liquid: graduated cylinder (meniscus) mL
A marble is placed in a graduated cylinder with water. The final volume of the water and marble is 70 mL. What is the volume of the marble if the graduated cylinder started with 62 mL of water?
Volume of circle: ____1.6/1.7cm3 Volume of cube: ___1456 cm3__
Write the volume of each below:
___56 mL____ _____76 mL__ ____16.5 mL____ ____5.3 mL___
Define Mass: ______Amount of matter in an object_____________
Base unit for mass: ______Gram___________________
Common instrument for measuring mass: ___Triple beam balance____
Order the following units from largest to smallest:
g, kg, mg
Write the correct mass of the triple beam balance shown above.
Define density: ___Mass of an object per unit volume________
Write the formula for density: __D = M/V______________________________
Write two units for density : __g/cm3____________ ___g/mL______________
Scientific instruments used to find an object’s density :__________________________
Explain why an object floats in water. Explain why an object sinks in water.
Object density greater than 1 g/mL will sink
Object density less than 1 g/mL will float
Using the picture below of the cube, write the steps in order of how to find the cube’s density when performing a lab exercise.
Find the density of the cube with the given information.
5 cm Mass : 23 g
5 cm density : ____0.184 g/cm3_____
Convert the following:
1) 160 cm = ___________mm
2) 14 km = ____________m
3) 400 mL = ____________L
Two irregular objects were placed into a graduated cylinder. When the first object was added the total volume was 18 mL. After a second object was added to the same beaker the total volume was 24 mL. If the original volume of the water was 10 mL, what are the volumes of each individual object?
Object 1: _________________________ Object 2: _________________________________
Explain why the