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Chem Quiz one Describe the steps of the Scientific Method: o Observation o Hypothesis o Experiment Describe the differences between and among  hypothesis theory , and  Law . Read measurement instruments and determine the significance of the measurements. Use the rules for determining which digits of a measurement are significant , the rules for maintaining  significance during mathematical operations, and the rules for rounding numbers to maintain  significance.  Know and be able to use in conversions the important time units (seconds, minutes, hours, days,  weeks, months, years). Know and be able to use the definition of a liter in terms of units of length. (1 L = (10 cm) 3 , or 1 L is the  volume of a cubic shape exactly 10 cm on each side.) Know and be able to use in conversions the standard units of the metric system.
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