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# Om gepaste meetinstrumente te gebruik

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A. 0,05 kg (50 g)

B. 0,35 kg (350 g)

C. 0,55 kg (550 g)

D. 0,9 kg (900 g)

E. 0,2 kg (200 g)

F. 0,7 kg (700 g)

G. 1,4 kg

H. 1,9 kg

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### AKTIWITEIT: Om gepaste meetinstrumente te gebruik [LU 4.6.1]

1. Teen hierdie tyd behoort jy skale al goed te kan lees en interpreteer. Lees die massa soos aangedui op die volgende massameters en skryf dit dan netjies neer.

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Leeruitkomste 4:Die leerder is in staat om gepaste meeteenhede, instrumente en formules in ‘n verskeidenheid kontekste te gebruik.

Assesseringstandaard 4.6: Dit is duidelik wanneer die leerder gepaste meetinstrumente gebruik (met ‘n begrip vir die beperkings daarvan) tot op geskikte vlakke van noukeurigheid, insluitend:

4.6.1: badkamerskale, kombuisskale en balanse om massa te meet.

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