Measuring with Rulers - Inches (Grade 4)

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Measuring with Rulers - Inches

1. 
Mark [math]1 1/2 [/math] inches on the ruler.
Inches 0-6 Eights



2. 
Mark [math]3 1/4[/math] inches on the ruler.
Inches 0-6 Eights



3. 
Mark [math]4 3/4[/math] inches on the ruler.
Inches 0-6 Sixteenths



4. 
Draw a vertical line through [math]2 3/16[/math] inches.
Inches 0-6 Sixteenths



5. 
The numbers on this ruler mark inches, not centimeters. If you were not given this information, explain how you would figure out if this ruler measured inches or centimeters.
Inches 0-6 Sixteenths





6. 
You measure a paper clip with the ruler below. One end of the paper clip is at the 0 and the other end is at the 7th line after the 1. How many inches long is the paper clip?
Inches 0-6 Eights



7. 
Ava needs to find the length of a leaf as part of a science experiment. The stem is at the 0 and the tip of the leaf goes to the 5th line after the 6. How many inches is the leaf?
Inches 0-6 Sixteenths



8. 
Sketch a drawing of a pencil that is [math]5 5/8[/math] inches long, on the ruler.
Inches 0-6 Eights



9. 
Sketch a pencil that is [math]4 7/16[/math] inches long, on the ruler.
Inches 0-6 Sixteenths



10. 
Ethan measures the width of his book with the ruler and says it is [math]5 1/2[/math] inches wide. Lanie measures the same book with the ruler and says the book is [math]5 8/16[/math] inches wide. Who is correct? Explain.



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