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Pick up a metric ruler and look carefully at the scale. You will see lots of little lines and every so often a much longer line marked with a number. The longer lines are centimeter (cm) marks, and the shorter lines are onetenth of a centimeter (0.1), or millimeter (mm) lines.
1. Using your metric ruler, draw a line that is 3 cm long.
2. Draw a line that is 7 cm long.
3. a. Draw a line that is 1 cm long.
b. Now draw a line that is 10 mm long.
4. How many millimeters are there in 1 cm?
5. What part of a centimeter is 1 mm?
The metric ruler can measure distance easily in millimeters or centimeters. If you want to measure in millimeters, just multiply the numbers on the scale by 10. For example, the line marked 7 now becomes 70.
For questions 6 and 7, measure the lines in mm or cm. If the line is not exactly a cm use a decimal point to separate cm from mm.
6. a. Measure the length of the following line in millimeters.
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b. Measure the length of the following line in millimeters.
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7. a. Measure the length of the following line in centimeters.
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b. Measure the length of the following line in centimeters.
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8. You have just seen how easy it is to measure distance in centimeters or millimeters.
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If you look over the work you have done, you should be able to answer the following
questions without redoing any measurements. Answer in full sentences.
9. a. How do you change a measurement from centimeters to millimeters?
b. How do you change a measurement from millimeters to centimeters?
Name: Period:_______
Practicing Measurement Skills
Pick up a metric ruler and look carefully at the scale. You will see lots of little lines and every so often a much longer line marked with a number. The longer lines are centimeter (cm) marks, and the shorter lines are onetenth of a centimeter (0.1), or millimeter (mm) lines.
1. Using your metric ruler, draw a line that is 3 cm long.
2. Draw a line that is 7 cm long.
3. a. Draw a line that is 1 cm long.
b. Now draw a line that is 10 mm long.
4. How many millimeters are there in 1 cm?
5. What part of a centimeter is 1 mm?
The metric ruler can measure distance easily in millimeters or centimeters. If you want to measure in millimeters, just multiply the numbers on the scale by 10. For example, the line marked 7 now becomes 70.
For questions 6 and 7, measure the lines in mm or cm. If the line is not exactly a cm use a decimal point to separate cm from mm.
6. a. Measure the length of the following line in millimeters.
Length = mm
b. Measure the length of the following line in millimeters.
Length = mm
7. a. Measure the length of the following line in centimeters.
Length = cm
b. Measure the length of the following line in centimeters.
Length = cm
8. You have just seen how easy it is to measure distance in centimeters or millimeters.
Measure the length and width of the box below in centimeters and millimeters.
Length = cm = mm
Width = cm = mm
If you look over the work you have done, you should be able to answer the following
questions without redoing any measurements. Answer in full sentences.
9. a. How do you change a measurement from centimeters to millimeters?
b. How do you change a measurement from millimeters to centimeters?
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