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Grade 4 Metric System and SI CCSS: 4.MD.A.1
Which equals 23 kilograms?
1. 230 grams
2. 2,300 grams
3. 23,000 grams
4. 230,000 grams
The union of two distinct rays with a common endpoint is
1. a triangle.
2. a point.
3. an angle.
4. a tangent.
1 mile =                 feet
1. 1760
2. 2000
3. 5280
4. 3
Grade 4 Metric System and SI
1 km =        1000        m

1 m =       100       cm

1 m =        1000        mm

1 m =      10      dm
Grade 4 Metric System and SI
In metric,         liter         is used for capacity.

In metric,         grams         are used for weight.
What type of angle is greater than a right angle? Pick two.
1. acute
2. obtuse
3. right
4. straight
Which figure must contain four right angles and four sides of equal length?
2. rectangle
3. rhombus
4. square
Name the angle.
1. acute
2. obtuse
3. right
An angle that has a measure greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees is called a(n)                 angle.
1. obtuse
2. right
3. acute
4 min. =                 sec
1. 40
2. 60
3. 120
4. 240
If you had to build a fence around your back yard, which measure would you use to find the amount of fencing needed?
1. Circumference
2. Volume
3. Perimeter
4. Area
An angle that has a measure of exactly 180 degrees is called a(n)                 angle.
1. straight
2. reflex
3. acute
An angle that has a measure of exactly 90 degrees is called a(n)                 angle.
1. obtuse
2. reflex
3. right
This angle is acute.
1. True
2. False
What type of angle is shown?
1. acute angle
2. obtuse angle
3. right angle
4. straight angle
Lines that intersect to form right angles are called                 lines.
1. parallel
2. perpendicular
3. congruent
4. skew
Half an hour is                 minutes.
1. 45
2. 30
3. 50
4. 15
An angle that has a measure greater than 0 degrees and less than 90 degrees is called a(n)                 angle.
1. obtuse
2. right
3. acute