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Title: Measurement Goal 2: Capacity and Weight


1
MeasurementGoal 2 Capacity and Weight
  • 2.01 Estimate the measure of an object in one
    system given the measure of that object in
    another system.

2
  • Customary Units of Capacity
  • 8 fluid ounces (fl oz) 1 cup (c)
  • 2 cups (c) 1 pint (pt)
  • 2 pints (pt) 1 quart (qt)
  • 4 cups (c) 1 quart (qt)
  • 4 quarts (qt) 1 gallon (gal)

3
Customary Units of Weight
  • 16 ounces (oz) 1 pound (lb)
  • 2,000 pounds (lb) 1 ton (T)

16 oz
1 lb
2,000 lbs or 1 T
4
Conversions
  • To change from small units into Large units
    Divide
  • To change from Large units into smaller units
    Multiply
  • Change the Unit.
  • 10 pt ___ qt 2. 5 c ___ fl oz 3. 3 gal
    ___ pt
  • 16 fl oz ___ pt 5. 2 T ___ lb 6. 112 oz
    __ lb
  • 1.5 T __ lb 8. 3 gal ___ qt 9. 32 c ___
    qt

Real World Connection
Als Deli uses 1 pt of milk in each milkshake.
There are 15 milkshakes ordered. If Al has 8
quarts of milk, does he have enough for all the
milkshakes? Justify your answer.
5
Frosty Freeze
ICE CREAM SPECIAL
Two 1-qt Containers For 1.00 !
1 gallon for 3.79 !
Toby needs to buy a gallon of ice cream for his
party. He can not decide which Frost Freeze
special is the better deal. He needs your
assistance. Explain which is the better deal.
6
Getting Ready for the EOG Test
  • Heather needs 5 cups of milk from a 1-gallon
    container. How many cups of milk are left?
  • A. 11 c
  • B. 5 c
  • C. 4 c
  • D. 3 c
  • Kens skateboard weighs 5 ½ lb, and Lucys
    skateboard weighs 4 ¼ lb. How may ounces more is
    Kens skateboard?
  • A. 16 oz
  • B. 18 oz
  • C. 20 oz
  • D. 22 oz

7
Metric Capacity and Mass
  • Capacity
  • 1,000 milliliters (mL) 1 liter (L)
  • 250 milliliters (mL) 1 metric cup
  • 4 metric cups 1 liter
  • 1,000 liters 1 kiloliter (kL)
  • Mass
  • 1,000 milligrams (mg) 1 gram (g)
  • 1,000 grams (g) 1 kilogram (kg)

1 gram
8
Choose the best estimate.
  • The mass of
  • a strawberry
  • a. 6 mg
  • b. 6 g
  • c. 6 kg
  • The dropper holds
  • a. 3 mL
  • b. 3 L
  • c. 3 kL
  • The mass of a cat is
  • a. 6 mg
  • b. 6 g
  • c. 6 kg
  • The bottle of
  • soda holds
  • a. 1 mL
  • b. 1 L
  • c. 1 kL

9
Real World Connections
  • Four lawn care workers drank a total of 2 L of
    H20. If each drank an equal amount, how many
    milliliters did each worker drink?
  • A can of soda holds 355 mL. Which hold more, a
  • 2-L bottle of soda or a 6-pack of soda cans?
  • Ms. Allison needs 4 liters of juice to make a
    fruit punch. The cafeteria sends her 12 metric
    cups of juice. Does she have enough juice?
  • Doug was making muffins. He added 500 mL of H20,
    125 mL of oil, and 600 mL of egg substitute to
    the dry ingredients. How many milliliters of
    liquids did he add to the recipe?
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