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 A mass unit g for grams A length unit m for meters A temperature unit K for kelvin An amount unit & Avogadro's # mol for moles 6.02x10^23 What are the numeric values of kilo, mega and giga? 1 x 10^3, 1 x 10^6, 1 x 10^9 (All large quantities) What are the numeric values of deci, centi, mili & micro? 1 x 10 ^-1 1 X 10^-2 1 x 10^-3 1 x 10^-6 What are -parts per hundred -parts per thousand -parts per million -parts per billion percentage ppt ppm ppb Length: How many centimeters in 1 in? How many inches in 1 meter? 2.54 cm 39.37 inches Mass: How many grams in 1 lb? How many lbs in a kilogram? 453.6 g 2.205 lbs Volume: How many quarts in 1 liter? 1.057 quarts What is freezing point in Farenheit, Celsius, and Kelvins? 32 F 0 C 273 K What is boiling point in Farenheit, Celsius, and Kelvins? 212 F 100 C 373 K What is the density relationship? The mass of an object in grams divide by its volume in mL or cm^3. What is specific gravity? The density of an object divided by the density of water. What are the equations to convert Farenheit, Celsius, and Kelvin? F= (9/5)(C) + 32 F C= (5/9) (F - 32 F) K= C + 273.15