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1 gallon=     4     quarts
1 yard=     36     inches
1 yard=     3     feet
1 pound=     16     ounces
1 quart=     2     pints
1 cup=     8     fluid ounces
1 mile=        5,280        feet
1 pint=     2     cups
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert 22.5 feet to inches.
1. 264
2. 270
3. 2,260
4. 1.875
1 mile=        1,760        yards
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
A floor is 126 inches long. How many 1 foot tiles will be needed to cover one length of the floor?          10 1/2
1 ton=        2,000        pounds
1 foot=     12     inches
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
11 feet and 3 inches + 2 feet and 1 inch =              13 ft 4 in
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
equals 1 yard.
1. 24 inches
2. 12 inches
3. 36 inches
4. 60 inches
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert: 5 gal =                 c
1. 75
2. 85
3. 80
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
12 inches equals=
1. 2 feet
2. 1 foot
3. 4 feet
4. 1 mile
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
1 pound equals
1. 12 ounces
2. 16 ounces
3. 30 ounces
4. 10 ounces
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
You are painting a fence that is 42 yards, 6 inches long. You finish 21 feet, 9 inches the first day. How much will you have left to paint the second day?
1. 104 ft., 9 inches.
2. 105 ft., 3 inches.
3. 108 ft., 6 inches.
4. 101 ft., 7 inches.
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
You are making a dress and bought five yards, 4 inches of fabric. You need 18 feet, 2 inches to complete the dress. Will you have enough fabric to complete the dress, and if so, how much will you have left? If not, how much more will you need?
1. Not enough. You will need 3 ft., 2 in. more.
2. Yes, enough. 1 ft., 3 in. left.
3. Not enough. You will need 2 ft., 10 in. more.
4. Yes, enough. 4 ft., 5 in. left.
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