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Monday, February 6 th. Please complete warm up !!!!! Please have your Scale Drawing out!. Warm Up. Solve the proportion 2. If a square garden is 225 ft² what is each side length?. Corny Joke of the Day. What do Bananas do best in gymnastics? The “splits”. Homework Tonight.

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monday february 6 th

Monday, February 6th

Please complete warm up!!!!!

Please have your Scale Drawing out!

Warm Up

Solve the proportion 2. If a square garden is 225 ft² what is each side length?

corny joke of the day
Corny Joke of the Day

What do Bananas do best in gymnastics?

The “splits”

homework tonight
Homework Tonight
  • Using your scale drawing, complete the rest of the questions on your scale drawing worksheet
  • Customary Benchmark WKS
  • Weekly Review due FRIDAY
weekly review answers

Weekly Review Answers

What do we need to practice before CRCT?

heads up buttercups
Heads Up Buttercups

This week:

CUSTOMARY MEASUREMENT

Checkpoint: FRIDAY

Next Week:

METRIC MEASUREMENT

Checkpoint: Thursday 2/16

UNIT TEST: Wednesday 2/22

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Test

Toppers

test corrections
Test Corrections
  • Please take out a sheet of paper and title it “My Test Corrections”
  • THIS IS WHERE YOU PROVE THE RIGHT ANSWER
  • Staple on TOP of test

May not re-work the following Questions:

1,8,17,21 or any half credit mistakes

price is right
Price is Right

How well do we know measurement?

For each picture two contestants will pick the best way to measure (weight, capacity, or length) in the

customary system

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Average

250 lbs

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Average

.6 inches

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Average

16 ounces

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Average

7 pounds

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Average

2 cups

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Our Goal

Learn to understand and select appropriate customary units of measure including a ruler!

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What is it?

The customary system is the measurement system used in the United States.

It includes units of measurement for length, weight, and capacity.

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Part 1

Benchmarks

what is a benchmark
What is a benchmark?

If you do not have an instrument, such as a ruler, scale, or measuring cup, you can estimate the length, weight, and capacity of an object by using a benchmark.

It helps you visualize actual measurements!

what unit of measure would provide the best estimate
What unit of measure would provide the best estimate?

A doorway is about 7_____________high

Feet

you try
You Try!

A calculator is about

6 _____ long.

A 4-door sedan is about

5 _____ long.

Inches

Inches

you try1
You Try!

A black rhino could weigh about

1 _____

A DVD remote control weighs about 8 ____

Ton

oz

what unit of measure would provide the best estimate2
What unit of measure would provide the best estimate?

A large water cooler holds about 10 _____ of water.

Gallons

you try2
You Try!

A small fish aquarium holds about

20 _____of water.

A water bootle holds about

5______of water

Qt

cups

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Part 2

The Ruler

How many tick marks are there between numbers?

How many inches are on the ruler?

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1/8 __________ __

1/4______

1/2__

Units0 1

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1/8 __________ __

1/4______

1/2__

Units0 1

Now, start at 0

and make "jumps"

until you get to 1.

always remember to simplify your fraction
Always remember to simplify your fraction!

This means that on your ruler, each tick mark is

1/8

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1/8 __________ __

1/4______

1/2__

Units0 1

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Ruler

Investigation