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JSS2: BASIC SCIENCE - 1ST TERM

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  1. Living Things (Habitat) | Week 1, 2 & 3
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  2. Living Things (Uniqueness of Man) | Week 4
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  3. Growth and Development | Week 5 & 6
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  4. Chemicals | Week 7 & 8
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  5. Work, Energy & Power | Week 9
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The volume of a liquid in cubic centimeters (c.c) or millimeters can be measured using a measuring cylinder and a beaker. The measuring cylinder is usually made of glass or transparent plastic. The Measuring cylinders are of various sizes for measuring liquid volumes, ranging from 250c.c to 2000c.c.

measuring cylinders
Measuring cylinders.

Beakers are normally made of glass, with different measuring capacities, ranging from 100c.c to 1000c.c. Measuring cylinders and beakers are usually graduated in cubic centimeters (c.c) or milliliter (ml).

beaker
Beakers.
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