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The unit that is used for measuring mass is |
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a) meters | b) liters | c) grams | d) pounds | |

On a triple beam balance, after the pointer is lined up at zero, you need to |
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a) multiply the riders | b) add the riders | c) subtract the riders | d) divide the riders | |

To find the mass of an object, you need to slide the riders in the following order: |
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a) ones, tens, and then hundreds | b) hundreds, tens, and then ones | c) tens, ones, and then hundreds | d) hundreds, ones, and then tens | |

The first thing you do when using a triple beam balance is |
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a) Set the riders to zero and calibrate the balance | b) Place the object on the pan | c) Make sure the pointer is below the zero line | d) Make sure the pointer is above the zero line | |

To find the mass of an object you need to use |
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a) a centimeter ruler or meter stick | b) a graduated cylinder | c) a triple beam balance | d) a beaker | |

A meniscus is |
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a) the things you slide on a triple beam balance | b) the longest side of a rectangular prism | c) the shortest side of a rectangular prism | d) the curve at the top of a liquid | |

The proper way to read the volume of a liquid is to read |
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a) the top of the measuring cup | b) the bottom of the measuring cup | c) the top of the meniscus | d) the bottom of the meniscus | |

When finding the volume of a rectangular prism, the units for the answer should be |
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a) squared | b) cubed | c) the regular unit | d) converted to inches | |

To find the volume of a liquid, you should use a |
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a) ruler | b) triple beam balance | c) measuring cup | d) graduated cylinder | |

Once you have measured rectangular prism, you need to |
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a) multiply the length, width and height | b) add the length, width, and height | c) divide the length, width, and height | d) add the length and width and then multiply the height | |

To find the volume of a rectangular prism, you need to measure |
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a) one side of the object. | b) the length and width of the object. | c) the length, width, and height of the object | d) the weight of the object | |

The metric side of a ruler shows |
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a) 30 centimeters | b) 12 inches | c) 12 centimeters | d) 30 millimeters | |

To measure length, you need to use a(n) |
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a) yard stick or an inch ruler | b) centimeter ruler or meter stick | c) a graduated cylinder | d) a triple beam balance | |

The unit for measuring liquid volume is |
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a) liters | b) grams | c) meters | d) ounces | |

What is the correct mass if the beams are 2.5, 30, and 300? |
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a) 332.5 g | b) 267.5 g | c) 22, 500 g | d) 332.5 mL | |

What is the correct volume if the length is 5 cm, the width is 3 cm, and the height is 7 cm? |
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a) 15 cm | b) 15 cm3 | c) 105 cm | d) 105 cm3 | |

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