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### MEAP Preparation - Grade 4 Mathematics2.14 Measurement Units

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### MEAP Preparation - Grade 4 Mathematics2.14 Measurement Units

 Q 1: How would you measure the length of a football field?in inchesin kilometersin yards Q 2: Which is longer - 2 feet or 1 yard?1 yard2 feetsame Q 3: What do you use to measure how hot something is?thermometermeter stickscale Q 4: Do you need actual or estimated measurements to find out how much frosting to put on a cake?estimatedactual Q 5: How would you measure the amount of water in a glass?in literin centimeterin gram Q 6: Would you use your thumb, your hand, or your foot to measure the length of your paper?footthumbhand Q 7: What is the perimeter of a square backyard that is 8 meters on a side?16 meters32 meters64 square meters Q 8: Which is longest - a yard, a meter, or a kilometer?yardkilometermeter Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!

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