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# Sec. 7.6

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• Learning Target:Students will learn how to measure weight and capacity using customary units.
• Weight (customary units):ounce (oz) – slice of breadpound (lb) – soccer ballton (T) – compact carRelationship between units:1 lb = 16 oz1 T = 2,000 lb
• Copy and complete the statement using an appropriate customary unit.A. A refrigerator weighs 1/5 ____.B. A banana weights 2 ½ ____.
• Copy and complete the statement using an appropriate customary unit.A. A refrigerator weighs 1/5 _ton_.B. A banana weights 2 ½ _ounces_.
• Capacity(customary units):fluid ounce (fl oz)cup (c)pint (pt)quart (qt)gallon (gal)
• Relationship between units:1 c = 8 fl oz1 pt = 2 c1 qt = 2 pt1 gal = 4 qt“Gallon Man”
• Choose an appropriate customary unit to measure the capacity.A. A hiking canteenB. A bottle of sunscreenC. swimming poolD. teakettle
• Choose an appropriate customary unit to measure the capacity.A. A hiking canteen - quartB. A bottle of sunscreen - fluid ounceC. swimming pool - gallonD. teakettle - pint
• Tell whether the measurement is a weight or a capacity.A. 3 quartsB. 16 tonsC. 7/8 pound
• Tell whether the measurement is a weight or a capacity.A. 3 quarts - capacityB. 16 tons - weightC. 7/8 pound - weight
• What does each measurement describe about a large bowl?A. 6.5 poundsB. 4.8 quarts
• What does each measurement describe about a large bowl?A. 6.5 pounds – how much the bowl weighs (weight)B. 4.8 quarts – how much the bowl can hold (capacity)
• Can you measure weight and capacity using customary units?