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MEAP Preparation - Grade 6 Mathematics
3.17 Word Problems
: Jack walked 5,000 m and Jill walked 5 kms. Who walked more?
1 km = 1000m
5 km = 5000 m
Answer: Both walked the same distance
Answer the following questions. Also write at least ten examples of your own.
: How many kilometers (km) in 112 meters (m)?
: A piece of paper is 15 centimeters (cm) long and 14 centimeters (cm) wide. What is the area of the paper?
210 square cm
58 square cm
29 square cm
116 square cm
: George, Sam, Henry and John were trying to decide who walked further to school. George walked 50 m, Sam walked 500 dm, Henry walked .05 kilometers, and John walked 5,000 cm to school. Who walked the farthest to school each day?
they all walked the same distance
: If the swim team swims the relay in 2 minutes (m) and 15 seconds (s), how many total seconds (s) did it take them to swim the relay?
: What does calibrate mean?
adjust a scale to balance correctly
put grams measures on a pan scale
eat lots of cabbage
: If I have one gallon of orange juice. How many pint containers could I fill?
: Jake went on a walk to a nearby park. He walked a total of 2.5 hm. How many meters did Jake walk altogether?
: What is the best way to measure the distance from your house to the mall?
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