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Where is the Star? Measuring to the nearest ¼ inch Turning Point Quiz Mrs. Carson 3 rd Grade Doherty Elementary School

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. ½ inch b. ¼ inch c. 1 ½ inches d. ¾ inch

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. ½ inch b. 2 ¼ inches c. 2 ½ inches d. 1 ¾ inches

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 3 ½ inches b. 2 ¼ inches c. 1 ¾ inches d. 2 ¾ inches

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 3 inches b. 3 ¼ inches c. 5 inches d. 4 ¾ inches

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 2 inches b. 1 ¾ inches c. 1 ½ inches d. ¾ inch

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. ½ inch b. ¼ inch c. 1 inch d. ¾ inch

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 3 ½ inches b. 3 inches c. 4 inches d. 4 ½ inches

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 4 ½ inches b. 4 ¼ inches c. 5 ¼ inches d. 4 ¾ inches

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What measurement is shown? 12345 a. 3 ½ inches b. 4 ¼ inches c. 3 ¼ inches d. 4 ¾ inches

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