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### 085_metric_to_metric_conversions

Course: DEV 085, Fall 2009
School: Sinclair CC
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TO METRIC METRIC CONVERSIONS I. Metric Units of Volume 1) Write the horizontal chart for the metric unit of liquids (volume). ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Write the full name for each of the following: 2) 15 ml 3) 6 dkl 4) 18 cl ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ 5) hl 6) 61 kl 7) 10 dl ________________________ ________________________...

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TO METRIC METRIC CONVERSIONS I. Metric Units of Volume 1) Write the horizontal chart for the metric unit of liquids (volume). ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Write the full name for each of the following: 2) 15 ml 3) 6 dkl 4) 18 cl ______________________ ______________________ ______________________ 5) hl 6) 61 kl 7) 10 dl ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ Make the following conversions: 8) 4 ml 9) 300 L 10) 4.1 L 11) 2 kl 12) 0.8 dl 13) 6.1 L 20) = _______________ cl = _______________ kl = _______________ cl = _______________ dl = _______________ ml = _______________ dl 14) 41.2 kl 15) 7 dl 16) 6.4 L 17) 3 dl 18) 8.4 hl 19) 0.812 L = _______________ L = _______________ hl = _______________ kl = _______________ cl = _______________ kl = _______________ cl John has a serving container that can hold 10 liters of punch. If each packet of punch mix makes 5 dl, how many packets will be needed to fill the punch bowl? II. Metric Units of Length 21) Write the horizontal chart for the metric unit of length/distance. ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Write the full name for each of the following: 22) 12 mm 23) 3 hm _____________________________ _____________________________ 25) 40 dkm_______________________ 26) 13 dm________________________ 27) 10 cm________________________ 24) 108 km ______________________________ 1) kl, hl, dkl, L, dl, cl, ml 2) fifteen milliliters 3) six dekaliters 4) eighteen centiliters 5) hectoliter 6) sixty-one kiloliters 7) ten deciliters 8) 0.4 cl 9) 0.300 kl 10) 410 cl 11) 20,000 dl 12) 80 ml 13) 61 dl 14) 41,200 L 15) 0.007 hl 16) 0.0064 kl 17) 30 cl 18) 0.84 kl 19) 81.2 cl 20) 20 packets 21) km, hm, dkm, m, dm, cm, mm 22) twelve millimeters 25) forty dekameters 23) three hectometers 26) thirteen decimeters 24) one hundred eight kilometers 27) ten centimeters Make the following conversions: 28) 23 29) mm 32 dm 30) 0.41 m 31) 92 m 32) 68 dm 33) 2.5 m =______________ hm =______________ km =______________ cm =______________ dm =______________ hm =______________ km 34) 1.2 km 35) 90 dkm 36) 41.6 m 37) 3.09 dm 38) 0.24 hm 39) 5.34 hm =_______________m =______________ hm =______________ dm =______________ hm =______________ mm =_______________ cm 40) Stacy's window measures 56 cm across and 65 cm in length. She has a roll of weather stripping 5 m long. How many meters of window stripping will be left over? III. Metric Units of Weight 41) Write the horizontal chart for the metric unit of weight (mass). ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ ________ Write the full name for each of the following: 42) 3 kg ______________________________ 43) 2 mg ______________________________ 44) 1 cg ______________________________ Make the following conversions: 48) 4 mg 49) 69 cg 50) 400 g 51) 32 dg 52) 5 mg 53) 3.4 g = _______________ kg = _______________ mg = _______________ mg = _______________ hg = _______________ g = _______________ dg 54) 1.5 kg 55) 0.5 g 56) 6 dg 57) 20.5 g 58) 0.761 g 59) 45.6 g = _______________ g = _______________ hg = ______...

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