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MEAP Preparation - Grade 4 Mathematics
2.14 Measurement Units

Example: How do you measure the height of building?
Answer: Feet

Directions: Answer the following. Also write at least 10 examples of your own.

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MEAP Preparation - Grade 4 Mathematics
2.14 Measurement Units

Q 1: Which is longer - 2 feet or 1 yard?
1 yard
same
2 feet

Q 2: Which is longer - 15 inches or 1 foot?
same
15 inches
1 foot

Q 3: Would you use your thumb, your hand, or your foot to measure the length of your paper?
hand
foot
thumb

Q 4: How would you measure the distance from Dallas to Houston?
in miles
in yards
in meters

Q 5: How would you measure the amount of water in a glass?
in gram
in centimeter
in liter

Q 6: How would you measure the length of a football field?
in inches
in kilometers
in yards

Q 7: Do you need actual or estimated measurements to find out how much frosting to put on a cake?
estimated
actual

Q 8: Which is longer - 5000 meters or 5 kilometers
same
5 kilometers
5000 meters

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