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Course: TLS 0531, Fall 2009
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__________________________ Length Name: Lab 1) What does each unit represent? (a) mm =____________________ (c) cm = ____________________ 2) How much does each one equal? (a) 1 m = ______________cm (b) 1 cm = ___________ (c) 1 km =___________m 3) Which measurement is the largest? Circle your answer for each pair. (a) 14 mm or 1 cm (b) 334 m or 1 km ( c) 1 m or 990 cm (d) 145 m or 145 km (e) 3.4 cm or 30 mm (f) 10...

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__________________________ Length Name: Lab 1) What does each unit represent? (a) mm =____________________ (c) cm = ____________________ 2) How much does each one equal? (a) 1 m = ______________cm (b) 1 cm = ___________ (c) 1 km =___________m 3) Which measurement is the largest? Circle your answer for each pair. (a) 14 mm or 1 cm (b) 334 m or 1 km ( c) 1 m or 990 cm (d) 145 m or 145 km (e) 3.4 cm or 30 mm (f) 10 km or 1000 cm (b) m = _________________________ (d) km = _________________________ 4) Use a metric ruler or meter stick to find each measurement. ____________________________________________________________________ (a) Length of the line in centimeters____________________ (b) Length of the line to the nearest centimeter____________ (c) Height of the rectangle to the nearest millimeter_______ (d) Width of the rectangle to the nearest millimeter________ (e) Radius of the circle to the nearest millimeter________________ (f) Diameter of the circle in centimeters________________________ (g) Diameter of the circle to the nearest centimeter________________ 5. Find the length of unsharpened an pencil (including eraser) in millimeters _________ 6. Find the width of the chair you are sitting on in millimeters._____________________ 7. What is your height in centimeters? ___________What is your height in meters?_____ 8. Use your shoe and a metric ruler to complete this section. Keep your shoes on this one! (a) What is the length of your shoe to the nearest centimeter?___________________ (b) How many shoes would it take (heel to toe) to make 1 meter?________________ (c) How many shoes would it take to make 1 kilometer?_______________________ 9. Use ten pennies and a metric ruler to complete this section. (a) How tall is a stack o...

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