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English Measures

Flashcard practice for English Measures

1 minute = ____ seconds 60 seconds
1 hour = _____ minutes 60 minutes
1 day = _____ hours 24 hours
1 week = _____ days 7 days
1 year = about ______ weeks about 52 weeks
1 year = ____ months 12 months
1 year = _____ days 365 days
1 leap year = ______ days 366 days
1 foot = _____ inches 12 inches
1 yard = ____ feet 3 feet
1 yard = _____ inches 36 inches
1 mile = ______ feet 5,280 feet
1 pint = _____ cups 2 cups
1 quart = _____ pints 2 pints
1 gallon = ____ quarts 4 quarts
1 pound = ____ ounces 16 ounces
1 ton = ______ pounds 2,000 pounds
1 peck = _____ quarts 8 quarts
1 bushel = _____ pecks 4 pecks
freezing point of water 32 degrees Fahrenheit
normal body temperature 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit
boiling point of water 212 degrees Fahrenheit
Created by: hpaulette