A. A metric prefix representing 0.1 of a quantity

B. A metric prefix representing 0.01 of a quantity

C. A metric prefix representing 0.001 of a quantity

D. A metric prefix representing 0.000001 times a quantity

E. A metric prefix representing 1000000 times a quantity

F. The degree to which an experimental measurement agrees with an accepted standard.

G. The apparent shift in an object's position when viewed from an angle.

H. The degree to which a measurement can be reproduced.

I. The length of a circular object's perimeter.

J. The length of the longest chord in a circle.

K. The distance that light can travel through a vacuum in a certain well-defined fraction of a second.

L. The values for this experimental quantity are graphed along the y-axis.

M. The values for this experimental quantity are graphed along the x-axis.

N. To calculate a numerical value that is beyond the original data range.

O. To calculate a value that is a within the original data range, but was not tested.