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Ch. 12 Measurement

OGT Measurement

QuestionAnswer
1 inch (in) is about the width of a ... ... quarter
1 mile (mi) = _______ yards (yd) 1 mile (mi) = 1,760 yards
1 yard (yd) = _______ feet (ft) 1 yd = 3 ft
1 foot (ft) = _______ inches (in) 1 ft = 12 in
1 foot is about the length of . . . . . . an adult foot
1 yard is about the length from . . . . . . nose to fingertip
12 in = _____ ft 12 in = 1 ft
1,760 yd = _____ mi 1,760 yd = 1 mi
3 ft = _____ yd 3 ft = 1 yd
When converting a smaller unit to a larger unit you should (multiply or divide)? divide
When converting a larger unit to a smaller unit you should (multiply or divide)? multiply
1 fluid ounce is about the same as . . . . . . 1 tablespoons of water
1 cup (c) = _____ fluid ounces 1 c = 8 fl oz
1 quart (qt) = _____ pints 1 qt = 2 pt
1 gallon (gal) = _____ quarts 1 gal = 4 qt
1 pint (pt) = _____ cups (c) 1 pt = 2 c
1 quart is about the same as . . . . . . a large measuring cup
1 cup is about the same as . . . . . . a coffee cup
1 gallon is about the same as . . . . . . a large platic milk jug
1 pint is about the same as . . . . . . a small ice cream container
1 ounce can be compared to . . . . . . a pencil
1 pound (lb) can be compared to . . . . . . a package of notebook paper
1 ton (T) can be compared to . . . . . . a small passenger car
1 pound (lb) = _____ oz 1 lb = 16 oz
1 ton = _____ lb 1 T = 2,000 lb
You will multiply to find the answer when you are converting a __________ unit to a _________ one larger to smaller
You will divide to find the answer when converting from a __________ unit to a __________ one. smaller to larger
1 millimeter (mm) is about the thickness of a . . . . . . dime
1 kilometer (km) is about the length of . . . . . . six city blocks
1 centimeter (cm) is about . . . . . . half the width of a penny
1 meter (m) is about the width of a . . . . . . doorway
1 milligram (mg) is about the weight of . . . . . . a grain of salt
1 gram (g) is about the weight of . . . . . . a small paper clip
1 kilogram (kg) is about the weight of . . . . . . six medium apples
1 milliliter (mL) can be associated with . . . . . . an eyedropper
1 liter (L) can be associated with . . . . . . a small pitcher
When you're changing METRIC UNITS, what trick did Mrs. Dailey teach you so could remember the units in order? King Henry Died By Drinking Chocolate Milk
BONUS QUESTION --- Who is the greatest, most wonderful, bestest ever math teacher? MRS. Dailey, of course!!!
Created by: MrsCroteau