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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Customary Measurement Concepts Questions

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Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
The United States uses the following system for measurement
  1. Metric System
  2. U.S Customary System
  3. Pounds System
  4. Meter System
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
30 fl oz =                 cups.
  1. 3.60 cups
  2. 3.75 cups
  3. 3.95 cups
  4. 4.20 cups
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Mr. Connell's car weighs 1.5 tons. What is the weight of his car in pounds?
  1. 2,000 pounds
  2. 2,500 pounds
  3. 3,000 pounds
  4. 4,000 pounds
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Which does NOT show the correct abbreviation?
  1. inch ( in )
  2. ounce ( oz )
  3. tablespoon (T or tbsp)
  4. pound ( pd )
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Express 3960 ft in miles.
  1. [math]1/2 [/math] mile
  2. [math]2/3 [/math] mile
  3. [math]3/4 [/math] mile
  4. [math]4/5 [/math] mile
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Express 20 ft in yards.
  1. [math]1 2/3 yd[/math]
  2. [math]3 2/3 yd[/math]
  3. [math]6 2/3 yd[/math]
  4. [math]7 2/3 yd[/math]
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts
Grade 6 Customary Measurement Concepts CCSS: 6.RP.A.3d
A car is traveling at a speed of 25 miles per hour on a residential street. About how many feet per second does it travel?
  1. 3.5 feet per second
  2. 11.2 feet per second
  3. 12.2 feet per second
  4. 36.7 feet per second
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