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Water Boils at 100 °C

Water Freezes at 0 °C
Room Temperature is 20 °C

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 Room Temperature is 20° C TRUE FALSE Water boils at 100° C (at sea level) TRUE FALSE Water freezes at 100° C (at sea level) TRUE FALSE

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## Sing Along! "Make a cube, one tenth the unit meter... It's the volume of exactly one liter... It's the mass of exactly one kilogram to please us, Water Boils at 100 and at zero it Freezes! (at sea level) A Quick Temperature Conversion in Reverse 16 °Celsius is about 61 °Fahrenheit   and  28 °Celsius is about 82 °Fahrenheit • The International System of Units is called "SI" and is the Metric Measurement used in America.

 DID YOU KNOW? ( Video) that you can divide 1 meter by exactly 10 equal parts (10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm) then make a cube (1000 cm³) of it to fill with water and you will find that it contains exactly 1 L (1 liter) (1000 mL) of water and is the mass of exactly 1 kg (1 kilogram) (1000 g) ALL SIMPLY RELATED IN 10!

 CLICK ON PICTURES FOR VIDEO LEARNING! • • UNDERSTAND EVERYDAY RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN LENGTH VOLUME and MASS in terms of meter, liter and kilogram
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