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Evaluation Questions

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I can… Convert equal measures in the kitchen Measure ingredients properly Follow directions on a recipe Bake cookies successfully

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Question #1 Which of the following statements is true? A. Nine cups = one quart B. Nine cups < one quart C. Nine cups > one quart D. Nine cups > one gallon

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Question #2 At a restaurant, the amount of sugar the cooks uses to make Texas sweet tea is 1 pint of sugar for every 2 gallons of tea. If the container that holds tea can hold 10 gallons of tea, how many pints of sugar will the cook need to make Texas Sweet Tea? A. 5 Pints of Sugar B. 10 Pints of Sugar C. 4 Pints of Sugar D. 15 Pints of Sugar

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Question #3 Macy has 12 8oz orange juice containers. About how many quarts of orange juice does Macy have? A. 10 quarts of orange juice B. 5 quarts of orange juice C. 2 quarts of orange juice D. 3 quarts of orange juice

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Question #4 Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Eight cups = one quart B. Eight pints = one gallon C. Twelve cups = one gallon D. Sixteen cups =two gallons

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Question #4 Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Eight cups = one quart B. Eight pints = one gallon C. Twelve cups = one gallon D. Sixteen cups =two gallons

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Question #5 Ivan needs gas for his truck. He knows his truck holds 20 gallons of gas. His gas can does not measure gallons though. It measures pints. How many pints will he need to get his truck a full tank of gas? A. 40 pints B. 80 pints C. 120 pints D. 160 pints

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Question #6 Which object has a capacity closest to 8 pints?

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