Expressing Units

Learn the units that go with various quantities, express units using their abbreviations, and make new units by combining numerical prefixes with units.
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Questions #: 13
Time: 5 minutes
Pass Score: 80.0%
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A number indicates “how much,” but the unit indicates “of what.”

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Chemistry unlike from other science branches, it does not use the International System of Units

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The International System of Units (SI) uses pounds as a unit of mass

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To express a quantity, you need to combine a number with a unit

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It makes sense to express the width of a human in meters

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A prefix used with a unit that refers to a multiple or fraction of a fundamental unit to make a more conveniently sized unit for a specific quantity

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A _______ unit is a unit that is a product or a quotient of a fundamental unit

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Volume has a unit of \(m^3\)

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A liter is one-tenth of a meter cubed

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Human hair measurement unit

A human hair has a diameter of about 6.0 x 10-5.  Suggest an appropriate unit for this measurement and write the diameter of a human hair in terms of that unit.

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What is the velocity of a car if it goes 25 m in 5.0 s?

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Express the volume of an olympic-sized swimming pool, 2,500,000 L, in more appropriate units.

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A common garden snail movies about 6.1 m in 30 min. What is its velocity in meters per minute (m/min)?

velocity = m/min

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