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Measurement, Measurement, All Around Three stations: 1.How far will it go? 2.Are you a square? 3.What is it? Please copy and complete the tables for station 1 & 2 in your notes notebook. Station 3 – See me

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How far will it go? Create a ramp using 2 textbooks and the board. Using the appropriate tool, measure the distance the cart will travel when released from the top of the ramp. Complete 3 trial runs. Can you find the mean (average distance)? Distance Traveled 1. 2. 3. Mean =

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Are you square? How does your height compare with your arms span? 1.Predict and record your height and arms span. 2.You and your partner need to measure each other’s height and arms span. 3.Determine which one you are: Square: height = arm span Tall Rectangle: height> arm span Far- Reaching Rectangle: height< arm span Height (inches)Arm span (inches) Predict: ____________ ____________ Measure: ____________ ____________

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