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Go over the appropriate scale, mark the indicated temperatures, and shade the thermometers.

Converting between Meters and Centimeters

Multiply the measures by 100 to convert them from meters to centimeters, and divide by 100 to work the other way around.

Converting between Inches and Feet

Bring to mind the conversion factor 1 foot = 12 inches, and convert the lengths between the two units and compare them too.

Converting between Kilograms and Metric Tons

Rely on the equivalence 1 metric ton = 1000 kilograms to convert between the two units, complete the table, and compare them.

Converting Ounces, Pounds, and Tons

Stick to the formulas 1 pound = 16 ounces and 1 ton = 2000 pounds, and solve a series of conversion problems here.

Conversion from Milliliters to Liters

Simply multiply the capacities in millimeters by 1000 to convert them to liters.

Conversion between Teaspoons and Tablespoons

Practice converting between the teaspoons and tablespoons using the formula 1tbsp = 3tsps and help mom in the kitchen!

Time Conversion: Days and Hours

Divide the time in hours by 24 to convert it to days, and multiply time in days by 24 to convert it to hours.

Identifying the Greatest and Smallest Amount in U.S. dollars

Scan the sets of amounts in US dollars, and circle the greatest value in part A and the least value in part B.

Estimating Money: Sum and Difference

Round each amount to the nearest ten cents, and estimate the total or the difference amount as directed.