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What is capacity? Capacity is the amount that something holds
We talk about the capacity of… A car boot A bottle A freezer A watering can A can of coke A petrol tank Can you think of any more?
What do we use to measure capacity? Metric measures- litres, millilitres and centilitres Imperial measures- pints and gallons
Metric measures How many millilitres in a litre? 1000 millilitres = 1 litre How many centilitres in a litre? 100 centilitres = 1 litre
Measures How many litres in 1 gallon? 1 gallon = 4 ½ litres How many pints in 1 gallon? 1 gallon = 8 pints How many pints in 1 litre? 1 litre = 1 ¾ pints
Capacity of everyday objects How many millilitres in a can of coke? 330ml Average washing - up liquid bottle 500ml Large bottle of lemonade 2 litres
Can you put these measures in order of size, largest to smallest? Litre, millilitre, gallon, pint, centilitre Gallon Litre Pint Centilitre millilitre
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Volume is the amount of liquid that a container holds. The units of volume of liquid: litre( l ) millilitre(m l ) x 1000 l = 1000ml.
Today we will be learning to: use standard metric and imperial units for measuring capacity convert from metric to imperial units plot a conversion graph.
Question 1 How many litres in 1,000ml? 2 A 10 D 1 C 0.1 B 1 C.
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Capacity and Volume D6 Put together your straw Fill the sink about a quarter full of water. Measure 100 ml of water and pour it into the jug. Draw a.
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Starter Questions. Volume Learning Intention To understand theterm liquid volume using millilitres and litres.
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Length 1 foot = 12 inches 1 yard =3 feet 1 mile = 1760 yards Converting to metric length 1 inch = 2.5 cm 1 foot = 30.5 cm 1 m = 39 inches
METRIC MEASURES Know the different units for length, weight, capacity (also in abbreviated form) Be able to convert from one metric unit to another.
Capacity By: Casie Pease 4 th Grade. Capacity (Customary Units) Definition – the amount of liquid in an object Fluid ounces, cups, pints, quarts, gallons.
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MATHS creativity By Ben G & Alfie. Our PowerPoint Our PowerPoint will include metric conversions and area and perimeter of triangles and squares and rectangles.
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Capacity Choices Unit 8 Mrs. Starr’s Math Class. Capacity Choices We will be going over several examples and you will pick the best measurement based.
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Capacity. Practice 1. Which customary unit of capacity would be best for measuring the capacity of a washing machine? a. cup b. fluid ounce c.. gallon.
VOLUMEN AND CAPACITY Are two terms in general science there Are most often interchanged in use and meaning it is no other. tthat Volume Capacity is Liquid,
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Capacity is the amount that a container will hold.
Capacity – The amount a container can hold.. Customary Measure - Capacity The following are customary units for measuring capacity 1 cup (c)= 8 fluid.
Area and perimeter The perimeter of a shape is easy to work out. It is just the distance all the way round the edge. If the shape has straight sides, add.
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Metric/Imperial Measures Milli- means part, so 1000 millimetres (mm) = 1 metre. Centi- means part, so 100 centimetres (cm) = 1 metre. Kilo means 1000 (thousand)
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Capacity …will fill you with happiness!. Volume vs. Capacity? Volume is the amount of space that a 3-dimensional object takes up. Capacity is the.
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You will see some pictures of things that could be measured. Decide the most appropriate unit of measurement for each. Draw a table like this for your.
Capacity Metric: Milliliters (mL) and Liters (L).
How much does it hold ? CAPACITY. History The Babylonians were the earliest to implement a unit for weight. The Babylonian mina is the earliest known.
Objectives Which instruments measure what units Which instruments measure what units Words of comparison for different measures Words of comparison for.
Measures Test your knowledge of Litres and millilitres Start.
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