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Temperature in your investigations in chemistry you

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Temperature In your investigations in chemistry, you also will measure different variables. For example, temperature is a variable that is important in many experiments. Temperature is measured with a thermometer and has units of degrees Celsius (°C) or degrees Fahrenheit (°F). Volume Volume is a variable that you will use to measure liquids like water. Volume is measured in cubic centimeters (cc) or milliliters (mL). One cubic centimeter is the same as one milliliter. Graduated cylinders and syringes are used to measure volume in different experiments. Figure 2.2: The car and track used in many of the investigations. Figure 2.3: Mass, position, and angle are important variables when doing experiments with the car and track.
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