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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
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
               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
1 pound equals               
  1. 12 ounces
  2. 16 ounces
  3. 30 ounces
  4. 10 ounces
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts
How many cups are in one gallon?
  1. 100 cups
  2. 1 cup
  3. 16 cups
  4. 50 cups
  5. 28 cups
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
3 feet equals=
  1. 1 yard
  2. 1 foot
  3. 2 yards
  4. 1 pound
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
How many feet are there in 5 miles?
  1. 26,400 feet
  2. 30,000 feet
  3. 2,600 feet
  4. 260 feet
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.
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Sally has three pieces of material. The first piece is 1 yd. 2 ft. 6 in. long, the second piece is 2 yd. 1 ft. 5 in long, and the third piece is 4 yd. 2 ft. 8 in long. How much material does Sally have?
  1. 7 yd. 1 ft. 8 in.
  2. 8 yd. 4 ft. 4 in.
  3. 8 yd. 11 in.
  4. 9 yd. 7 in.
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert: 8 c =                 qt
  1. 2
  2. 4
  3. 6
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Convert: 7 gal=                 qt
  1. 28
  2. 29
  3. 24
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
George drank 12 quarts of milk this week. How many gallons of milk did he drink?
  1. 2 gallons
  2. 1 gallon
  3. 3 gallons
  4. 16 gallons
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts
[math] 144 "oz" = [/math]     9     [math]"lb"[/math]
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
How many feet are in 27 yards?
  1. 15 feet
  2. 2 feet
  3. 9 feet
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
Ray rode his bike 10,560 feet to a friend's house. How many miles are in 10,560 feet?
  1. 3 miles
  2. 2 miles
  3. 1 mile
  4. Not here
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
9 yd =                 ft
  1. 12 ft
  2. 18 ft
  3. 27 ft
  4. 36 ft
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
16 qt =                 gal
  1. 2 gal
  2. 4 gal
  3. 6 gal
  4. 8 gal
Grade 5 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 5.MD.A.1
There are        2000        pounds in 1 ton.

There are      16      ounces in 1 pound.

There are 60 seconds in      1      minute.

There are     60      minutes in 1 hour.

1 day =     24      hours or        1440        minutes or         86,400          seconds.
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