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2. Section 1—Observations I—Determine Qual or Quan • It is a clear odorless gas • Qual • The object measured 4.3 centimetres in length. • Quan • It has three spots on the tip of its head. • Qual or Quan

3. II—What is the sense or instrument? • It had a mass of 44 grams • Scale/triple beam balance • It had a rough surface • Touch or eyes • The object is larger than the tip of the pen • Eyes/ruler/pen tip

4. III—Qual and Quan statements • The staple is silver, crooked, bent, smooth etc… • There is 1 staple, the staple made 2 holes/there are 2 sharp prongs/ it is 1.3 cm in length etc…

5. Section 2—Arithmetic Review IV—Word Form to Numerical • Six million one hundred forty three thousand four hundred twenty six • 6 143 426 • Seven hundred three thousand four hundred ninety nine • 703 499 • Ninety seven million nine hundred seventeen thousand four hundred ten • 97 917 410

6. V—Numerical to Word Form • 65 789 • Sixty five thousand seven hundred eighty nine • 4 375 645 • Four million three hundred seventy five thousand six hundred forty five

7. VI—decimals to fractions • 0.005 = 5 1000 • 0.00765 = 765 100 000

8. VII—fractions to decimals • 12 = 0.3 40 • 6 = 0.4 15 • 8 = 0.8 10

9. Section 3—Exponential Notation VIII—Numbers to Exponents • 6 780 000 000 • 6.78 x 10^9 • 0.000000345 • 3.45 x 10ˉ • 0.000776 • 7.76 x 10ˉ

10. IX—exponential to numerals • 6.47 x 10ˉ • 0.0000647 • 0.9073 x 10 • 907 300 000

11. Section 4—Metric System Review

12. XI—appropriate abbreviations • kilolitre • kL • centigram • cg • hectometre • hm • millilitre • mL

13. XII—abbr. to proper units mg milligram km kilometre dL decilitre cL centilitre dag dekagram hm hectometre

14. XIII—convert the measurements • 12.98 cm = • .1298 m • 0.0078 hm = • .00078 km • 143.789 daL = • 14378.9 dL • 98.09 mg = • .0009809 hg • 0.007856 kg = • 7856 mg

15. Graph 1 Temperature ºC # of People in Park As the temperature increased, so did the # of people in the park

16. Graph 2 Speed of the ball (km/h) Size of dent made (cm) As the velocity increased, so did the size of the dent made

17. Graph 3 Time spent studying (min) Mark received (%) As the time spent studying increased, so did the mark received.

18. r e s pond I ng v a r i ab l e 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 31 33 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Manipulated variable on the horizontal