I would use a graduated cylinder to measure out 50 mL of water. Graduated Cylinder <--------------------
Slender glassware container used to measure liquids
No, you would not use a graduated cylinder to compare the mass of two objects, that would be silly. Graduated cylinders are only useful to measure volume, not mass. Mass is measured with a scale. Chemists usually use a triple beam balance.
which metric units should be use to describe the mass of an object
graduated cylinder and a cylinder
A metric ruler measure a legth not a volume.
One side of the ruler has centimeters and the other side has inches. Centimeters are smaller than inches. The side with more units is the metric side.
A pipe has the shape of a cylinder; just use the formula for the volume of a cylinder. In metric units, you have the advantage that the units are consistent. For example, if the radius and height of the cylinder are measured in decimeters, the volume will be in cubic decimeters (= liters).
the use of graduated cylinder is for measuring liquid objects
I measured the volume of the jewel with a graduated cylinder.
A vast majority of scientists use metric units.
You would use a graduated cylinder
it depends... why would you use a graduated cylinder?
A graduated cylinder is used for measuring the Volume of different things such as irregular objects. It uses the unit ml. It has a miniskus FYI that is when you use water and if you look closely you can see it curve at the top. You measure the miniskus a the bottom of the Curve. Also to find the Volume of an irregular object you first measure the water (starting volume) then place the Object in it and you will have your ending volume. then subtrct the difference from the starting volume and the ending and you will have your volume in ml.