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BioLab 3 Lab Report 1 Measurement Student Name: Anish Pokharel I. Length Measurement EXERCISE 1 – Measure length using the meter Step 3: A dime and a meter stick have been used to determine the following: How thick is one dime? 1 mm How thick is a stack of ten dimes? 10 mm A stack of one hundred dimes? 100 mm A stack of one thousand dimes? 1000 mm Step 4: Determine the height of each of the following stacks of dimes in metric units. 10 dimes = 10 millimeters (mm) 10 dimes = .1 centimeters (cm) 10 dimes = 1 decimeters (dm) 10 dimes = .01 meters (m) EXERCISE 2 – Measure length Step 1: Measure the length of the following objects using the most appropriate units. Record the measurements. Convert this unit into the other units in the table. Paper Clip Leaf Twig Your Height millimeter 47 134 163 1727.2 centimeter 4.7 13.4 16.3 172.72 decimeter .47 1.34 1.63 17.272 meter .047 .134 .163 1.7272 II. Metric Units B. Conversion of Metric Units © 2016 Access Learning Systems SP18 1
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EXERCISE 4 – Measure distances and convert metric units Step 1: Measure the distances between letters on the line in millimeters and then convert to the other units listed. mm cm dm m AB 17 1.7 .17 .017 AC 36 3.6 .36 .036 AD 58 5.8 .58 .058 AE 64 6.4 .64 .064 Step 2: Make the following conversions: Convert 10 kilometers to meters. Ans: 10000 m Convert 2.626 meters to centimeters Ans:262.6 cm Convert 200 millimeters to centimeters. Ans: 20 cm Convert 2.5 centimeters to meters.
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