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 measurement Way to describe objects and events with numbers - for example, length, volume, mass, weight, and temperature estimation method of making an educated guess at a measurement precision describes how closely measurements agree with each other and how carefully measurements were made. accuracy compares a measurement to the true value SI internation system of units related by multiples of ten, that allows quantities to be measured in the exact same way throughout the world meter SI unit for length mass amount of matter in an object kilogram SI unit for mass kelvin SI unit for temperature rate a ratio of two different kinds of measurements table presents information in rows and columns making it easier to read and understand graph used to collect, organize, and summarize data in a visual way, making it easy to use and understand line graph a type of graph used to show the relationship between two variables that are numbers on an X-axix and a Y-axis bar graph a type of graph that uses bars of varying sizes to show relationships between variables circle graph a type of graph that shows the parts of a whole. Sometimes called a pie graph, each piece of which represents a percentage of the total.