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Refrigerator Card

Measurement Facts to Memorize

1 inch 2.5 centimeters
2.5 Centimeters 1 inch
1 foot 30 centimeters
30 Centimeters 1 foot
1 meter about 40 inches (a little longer)than a yard
1 mile slightly farther than 1.5 kilometers
1 kilometer slightly farther than 1/2 mile
1 Ounce about 28 grams
28 grams about 1 ounce
1 nickel about 5 grams
1 kilogram a little more than 2 pounds
2 pounds about 1 kilogram
1 quart a little less than 1 liter
1 liter a little more than 1 quart
Degrees Fahrenheit that water freezes 32
Degrees Celcius that water freezes 0
Degrees Fahrenheit that water boils 212
Body Temperature in degrees Farhentheit 98
Degrees Celcius that water boils 100
Body Temperature in degrees Celcius 37
Room Temperature in degrees Fahrenheit 70
Room Temperature in degrees Celcius 20
The amount of matter in an object. Mass
The pull of gravity on the mass of an object. Weight
The ________ of an object remains the same regardless of its location. Mass
The ________ of an object changes dependent on the gravitational pull at its location. Weight
Created by: bpoland5