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Incorrect measurements can lead to the inaccurate conclusions and interpretations of an experiment.D. Even NASA has lost multimillion dollar equipment due to inaccurate measurements.4.The gravitational pull on Jupiter is 2.5 times greater than Earth's gravitational pull. If an object weighs 10 pounds on Earth, what will it weigh on Jupiter?A. 60 poundsB. 10 poundsC. 25 poundsD. 0.25 pounds5.Which of the following is true concerning an object's weight on Earth and the Moon?A. An object will weigh three times more on the Moon.B. An object will weigh the same on Earth and on the Moon.C. An object will be weightless on the Moon.D. An object will weigh six times greater on Earth than on the Moon.6.Which of the following is NOT true concerning weight?A. Weight is dependent upon gravitational force.B. An object on Earth weighs six times more than on the moon.C. In outer space, an object can experience weightlessness.D. Weight is the amount of space an object occupies.7.Which of the following would you use a milliliter to measure?A. The volume of a glass of water.B. The volume of a single teardrop.C. The mass of a penny.D. The mass of an elephant.8.The gravitational pull on Jupiter is 2.5 times greater than Earth's gravitational pull. If an object weighs 500 pounds on Jupiter, what will it weigh on Earth?A. 200 poundsB. 500 poundsC. 1,250 poundsD. 600 pounds9.Which of the following would you use a centimeter to measure?A. The length of a football field.B. The length of your finger.C. The mass of a paper clip.D. The mass of a bowling ball.10.The mole is the SI unit used to measureA. electric currentB. luminous intensityC. amount of a substanceD. how fast molecules are moving11.If you were to measure the mass of a person, which SI measurement would you use?A. PoundsB. KilometersC. CentigramsD. 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