1. | Select the base unit of the metric system for length. |
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2. | Select the base unit of the metric system for volume. |
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3. | Select the base unit of the metric system for mass. |
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4. | Metric units have prefixes that represent multiples of the base. What is the prefix for 1000.0 ? |
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5. | Metric units have prefixes that represent multiples of the base. What is the prefix for 0.000001 ? |
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6. | Metric units have prefixes that represent multiples of the base. What is the prefix for 0.01 ? |
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7. | Convert the units 2.7 g into mg. |
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8. | Convert the units 0.21 km to cm. |
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9. | Convert the units 12.0 ml to l. |
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10. | Convert 0.00023 to scientific notation. Note: "e" below represents exponent. For example, 2.3 x 10 e5 means 2.3 times 10 to the 5th power. |
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11. | Convert 13,796,000 to scientific notation.Note: "e" below represents exponent. For example, 2.3 x 10 e5 means 2.3 times 10 to the 5th power. |
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12. | What is the relationship between volume (ml) and mass (g) in the metric system? |
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13. | Convert 23.2 to scientific notation.Note: "e" below represents exponent. For example, 2.3 x 10 e5 means 2.3 times 10 to the 5th power. |
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14. | The density of water is 1.00. What is the relationship between ml, g and cc? |
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15. | The density of water is 1.00. Convert 10 ml to g and cc. |
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