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What is the volume in this graduated cylinder? (NUMBERS ONLY - NO UNITS!!)

Explanation
The volume in the graduated cylinder is 6.6.

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What is the volume in this graduated cylinder? (NUMBERS ONLY - NO UNITS!!)

Explanation
The volume in the graduated cylinder is 38.

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What is the volume in this graduated cylinder? (NUMBERS ONLY - NO UNITS!!)

Explanation
The volume in the graduated cylinder is 9 or 9.0.

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A

• B.

B

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C

B. B
Explanation
Position B is the correct position to read a graduated cylinder because it allows for accurate measurement of the liquid level. In this position, the observer's eye should be at the same level as the meniscus (the curved surface of the liquid) to avoid parallax error. This ensures that the measurement is not affected by the angle of view, providing a more precise reading.

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What volume is in the graduated cylinder? (NUMBERS ONLY -- NO UNITS!!!)

2.65
Explanation
The volume in the graduated cylinder is 2.6.

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By what number is this beaker counting by? (interval of EVERY line)

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1's

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5's

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10's

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20's

C. 10's
Explanation
The beaker is counting by intervals of 10's. This means that each line on the beaker represents an increase of 10 units.

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