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- 1. 11-1 Customary Units of Length Math Notes Algebra and Functions 2.1
- 2. What you’re learning today...
- 3. What you’re learning today...Algebra and Function 2.1 - Convert one unitof measurement to another
- 4. What you’re learning today...Algebra and Function 2.1 - Convert one unitof measurement to another Converting 18 inches into 1 foot and 6 inches (1’6”).
- 5. What you’re learning today...Algebra and Function 2.1 - Convert one unitof measurement to another Converting 18 inches into 1 foot and 6 inches (1’6”). Converting 48 inches into 1 yard and a foot.
- 6. Customary Units of Length
- 7. Customary Units of Length 12 inches (in.) = 1 foot (ft)
- 8. Customary Units of Length 12 inches (in.) = 1 foot (ft) 36 inches = 1 yard
- 9. Customary Units of Length 12 inches (in.) = 1 foot (ft) 36 inches = 1 yard 3 feet = 1 yard (yd)
- 10. Customary Units of Length 12 inches (in.) = 1 foot (ft) 36 inches = 1 yard 3 feet = 1 yard (yd) 5,280 feet = 1 mile (mi)
- 11. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inch
- 12. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inch
- 13. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inch
- 14. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inch
- 15. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inchIs is closer to 2 inches or 3 inches?
- 16. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest inch Is is closer to 2 inches or 3 inches?Answer: 3 inches
- 17. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 2 inch
- 18. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 2 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”
- 19. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 2 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”
- 20. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 2 inch 0” 1” 2” 3” 1 1 1 2 12 22
- 21. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 2 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”Answer: 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 12 22
- 22. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch
- 23. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”
- 24. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”
- 25. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch 0” 1” 2” 3”
- 26. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch 0” 1” 2” 3” 1 23 1 23 1 23 444 444 444
- 27. Measure the model car to the given unit. 1Nearest 4 inch 0” 1” 2” 3” 2 3 4 1 23 1 23 1 23 444 444 444
- 28. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest1 inch8
- 29. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest1 inch8
- 30. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest1 inch8
- 31. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest1 inch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8
- 32. Measure the model car to the given unit.Nearest1 inch 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 78 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 82 5 8
- 33. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.
- 34. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches?
- 35. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches? 2 feet
- 36. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches? 2 feetStep TWO: Remember that 1 foot is 12 inches. Thereare 2 feet. What’s 12 x 2?
- 37. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches? 2 feetStep TWO: Remember that 1 foot is 12 inches. Thereare 2 feet. What’s 12 x 2? 24 inches
- 38. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches? 2 feetStep TWO: Remember that 1 foot is 12 inches. Thereare 2 feet. What’s 12 x 2? 24 inchesStep THREE: Add the inches you converted in Step TWOto 3 inches.
- 39. 2 ft 3 in. = ___ in.Step ONE: Take a look at the largest unit ofmeasurement. Feet or inches? 2 feetStep TWO: Remember that 1 foot is 12 inches. Thereare 2 feet. What’s 12 x 2? 24 inchesStep THREE: Add the inches you converted in Step TWOto 3 inches. 24” + 3” = 27”
- 40. 27 in. = ___ ft.
- 41. 27 in. = ___ ft.Step ONE: Remember that for every 12 inches is 1 foot.
- 42. 27 in. = ___ ft.Step ONE: Remember that for every 12 inches is 1 foot.Step TWO: Divide 27 inches by 12.
- 43. 27 in. = ___ ft.Step ONE: Remember that for every 12 inches is 1 foot.Step TWO: Divide 27 inches by 12. 2 r3 12 27 24 3
- 44. 27 in. = ___ ft.Step ONE: Remember that for every 12 inches is 1 foot.Step TWO: Divide 27 inches by 12. 2 r3 12 27 24 3 Step THREE: The 2 in the quotient is how many feet. The remainder is still measured in inches.
- 45. 27 in. = ___ ft.Step ONE: Remember that for every 12 inches is 1 foot.Step TWO: Divide 27 inches by 12. 2 r3 12 27 24 3 Step THREE: The 2 in the quotient is how many feet. The remainder is still measured in inches. 2 r3 = 2 feet and 3 inches
- 46. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in.
- 47. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in.
- 48. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. 1 ft 6 in.
- 49. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in.
- 50. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.
- 51. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.Pretty EASY, but...
- 52. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.Pretty EASY, but... You can’t leave 15 in. as 15 in.
- 53. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.Pretty EASY, but... You can’t leave 15 in. as 15 in. 15 in. = ___ ft
- 54. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.Pretty EASY, but... You can’t leave 15 in. as 15 in. 15 in. = ___ ft 1 ft and 3 in. (Add this to 2 ft)
- 55. Find 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 1 ft 9 in. + 1 ft 6 in. 2 ft 15 in.Pretty EASY, but... You can’t leave 15 in. as 15 in. 15 in. = ___ ft 1 ft and 3 in. (Add this to 2 ft) 2 ft + 1 ft 3 in. = 3 ft 3 in.

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