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**Measurement Equivalents**

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Objective Students will be able to convert units of length, weight, and capacity: inches or feet to yards, ounces to pounds, and cups to pints, pints to quarts, quarts to gallons.

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**Just like fractions, measurement has equivalents.**

Need to Know Just like fractions, measurement has equivalents. You may have to multiply or divide when finding measurement equivalents.

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12 in. = 1 ft.

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**How many inches in more than one foot**

How many inches in more than one foot? Multiply by 12 (or use repeated addition). How many inches in 4 feet? 12 X4 48 48 inches

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How many inches in 5 feet? 60 inches How many inches in 7 feet? 84 inches How many inches in 10 feet? 120 inches

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36 in. = 1 yd. 3 ft. = 1 yd.

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**How many inches in 3 yards?**

How many inches in more than one yard? Multiply by 36 (or use repeated addition). How many inches in 3 yards? 1 36 X3 108 108 inches

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**How many inches in 5 yards? 180 inches**

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**How many feet in more than one yard**

How many feet in more than one yard? Multiply by 3 (or use repeated addition). 3 X3 9 How many feet in 3 yards? 9 feet

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How many feet in 5 yards? 15 feet How many feet in 7 yards? 21 feet How many feet in 10 yards? 30 feet

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Just for Fun There are 5,280ft. in 1 mi. There are 1,760 yd. in 1 mi.

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16 tbsp. = 1 c. 8 fl. oz. = 1 c.

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**How many tbsp. in more than one cup**

How many tbsp. in more than one cup? Multiply by 16 (or use repeated addition). How many tbsp. in 3 cups? 1 16 X3 48 48 tablespoons

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How many tbsp. in 5 cups? 80 tbsp. How many tbsp. in 7 cups? 112 tbsp. How many tbsp. in 10 cups? 160 tbsp.

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**How many fl. oz. in more than one cup**

How many fl. oz. in more than one cup? Multiply by 8 (or use repeated addition). How many fl. oz. in 3 cups? 8 X3 24 24 fl. oz.

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How many fl. oz in 5 cups? 40 fl. oz How many fl. oz in 7 cups? 56 fl. oz How many fl. oz in 10 cups? 80 fl. oz

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2 c. = 1 pt.

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**How many c. in more than one pt**

How many c. in more than one pt.? Multiply by 2 (or use repeated addition). How many c. in 3 pt.? 2 X3 6 6 cups

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How many c. in 5 pt.? 10 c. How many c. in 7 pt.? 14 c. How many c. in 10 pt.? 20 c.

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2 pt. = 1 qt.

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**How many pt. in more than one qt**

How many pt. in more than one qt.? Multiply by 2 (or use repeated addition). How many pt. in 3 qt.? 2 X3 6 6 pints

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How many pt. in 6 qt.? 12 pt. How many pt. in 9 qt.? 18 pt. How many pt. in 12 qt.? 24 pt.

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4 qt. = 1 gal.

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**How many qt. in more than one gal**

How many qt. in more than one gal.? Multiply by 4 (or use repeated addition). How many qt. in 3 gal.? 4 X3 12 12 qt.

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How many qt. in 5 gal.? 20 qt. How many qt. in 7 gal.? 28 qt. How many qt. in 10 gal.? 40 qt.

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**How many gallons are = to ____ quarts?**

4 qt. 2 gal. ?? 8 qt. 3 gal. ?? 12 qt.

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16 oz. = 1 lb.

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**How many oz. in more than one lb**

How many oz. in more than one lb.? Multiply by 16 (or use repeated addition). How many oz. in 3 lbs.? 1 16 X3 48 48 oz.

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How many oz. in 5 lb.? 80 oz. How many oz. in 7 lb.? 112 oz. How many oz. in 10 lb.? 160 oz.

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Just for Fun 2,000 lbs.= 1 T.

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**Each pair gets: 21st Century ● A sorting chart ● Pictures for sorting**

● A Glue ● Two pairs of scissors 21st Century ● Decide who does what in order to get done the fastest. ● First pair done correctly, WINS!!

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