Metric Measurement and Scientific Notation LAB 1 Going up the ladder, move the decimal point to the LEFT Going down the ladder, move the decimal point to the RIGHT kilo hecto deka BASE UNIT (meter, liter, gram) deci centi milli ©Hayden-McNeil, LLC Try converting nanograms into centigrams using Table 1. Note that the prefix for nano is 10-9 and centi is 10-2. Nano is smaller than centi so the decimal will be moved to the left. The difference between the exponential values is 7. So the decimal will be moved 7 places to the left. 1 nanometer = 0.0000001 centimeters. Complete the following metric conversions. m 16. 4 dm 13. 16 nm mm mg 17. 1235 kg kg 14. 245 g dm 18. 98 mm kL %3D 15. 23 mL 3.

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Metric Measurement and Scientific Notation
LAB 1
Going up the ladder, move the decimal point to the LEFT
Going down the ladder, move the decimal point to the RIGHT
kilo
hecto
deka
BASE UNIT
(meter, liter, gram)
deci
centi
milli
©Hayden-McNeil, LLC
Try converting nanograms into centigrams using Table 1. Note that the prefix for nano is 10-9 and
centi is 10-2. Nano is smaller than centi so the decimal will be moved to the left. The difference
between the exponential values is 7. So the decimal will be moved 7 places to the left. 1 nanometer
= 0.0000001 centimeters.
Complete the following metric conversions.
m
16. 4 dm
13. 16 nm
mm
mg
17. 1235 kg
kg
14. 245 g
dm
18. 98 mm
kL
%3D
15. 23 mL
3.

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Metric Measurement and Scientific Notation LAB 1 Going up the ladder, move the decimal point to the LEFT Going down the ladder, move the decimal point to the RIGHT kilo hecto deka BASE UNIT (meter, liter, gram) deci centi milli ©Hayden-McNeil, LLC Try converting nanograms into centigrams using Table 1. Note that the prefix for nano is 10-9 and centi is 10-2. Nano is smaller than centi so the decimal will be moved to the left. The difference between the exponential values is 7. So the decimal will be moved 7 places to the left. 1 nanometer = 0.0000001 centimeters. Complete the following metric conversions. m 16. 4 dm 13. 16 nm mm mg 17. 1235 kg kg 14. 245 g dm 18. 98 mm kL %3D 15. 23 mL 3.

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