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ATS-Math 6


Define Length the distance along a line or figure from one point to another.
Name 3 items that are used to measure most lengths in our country Rulers, yardsticks and tape measures
Centimeter rulers, meter sticks, and tapes are what type of measurement used to measure lengths? Metric
When you make an estimation and you are not even close to the actual measurement, you would be considered where? “outside the ballpark”
When your estimation is close to the actual measurement, you are said to be where? "inside the ballpark”
What is the best way to judge the size of objects? By comparing them to the size of an object that you already know.
Define estimation This is the approximate measurement of something.
A doorway is about how wide? A) inch B) foot C) yard D) mile C) yard
Most submarine sandwiches are about how long? A) 6 inches B) 12 inches C) 30 inches D) 100 inches B) 12 inches (which=1 foot)
A dollar bill is about how long in inches; in centimeters; & in millimeters inches= 6 centimeters= 15 millimeters= 150
A millimeter is about as wide as what? A screw on a pair of glasses.
A centimeter is about the size of the width of what? Your small fingernail.
1 foot= how many inches? 12
There are how many feet in one yard? 3
The average sidewalk is a how wide? A) a few centimeters B) a few miles C) a few feet D) a few inches C) a few feet
There are how many inches in one yard? 36
There are how many millimeters in one centimeter? 10
There are how many centimeters in a meter? 100
Centimeter Centi (like in centimeter) means what? “hundredths”
1 centimeter = how many meters? 1/100 of a meter
There are how many millimeters in one meter? 1,000
1 inch is about how many centimeters? 2.5
A meter is just a little bit longer than a what? A) a yard B) a foot C) 1/100 of a millimeter D) a mile A) a yard
A mile is slightly farther than how many kilometers? A) .015 km B) .15 km C) 1.5 km D) 11.5 km C) 1.5 km
What is slightly farther than half a mile. A) A fanthom B) An inch C) 5 yards D) A kilometer D) A kilometer
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