Metric ConversionsLesson 12-1<br />King  Henry  Doesn’t  Usually  Drink  Chocolate Milk !<br />
	 King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<...
 King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<b...
 King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<b...
 King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<b...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo        hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br /...
King        HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo          hectodeka              UNIT            decicentimilli<br...
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  1. 1. Metric ConversionsLesson 12-1<br />King Henry Doesn’t Usually Drink Chocolate Milk !<br />
  2. 2. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> The first letters of the words stand for the prefixes. "Usually" in the middle stands for unit, which can be meters, liters or grams. <br />____________________________________________________________________<br />Example #1<br />12.5 kilometers =_?_millimetersHow many jumps is it from "kilo" to "milli"? Six, to the right.<br /> King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br />So, I move the decimal point six places to the right, filling in the extra space with zeroes.<br />12.5<br />Answer 12.5 kilometers = 12.500000 millimeters<br />
  3. 3. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br />Example #2<br />325 millimeters =_?_ decimetersHow many jumps is it from “milli" to “deci"? Two, to the left.<br /> King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br />So, I move the decimal point two places to the left.<br />Answer325 millimeters = 3.25 decimeters<br /> Try the next few on your own!<br />
  4. 4. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 2 meters = _____ mm<br /> Go to the next slide for the answer.<br />
  5. 5. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> Answer 2 meters = 2000 millimeters<br /> From meters (unit) to milli is three jumps.<br /> So, I moved the decimal three places to the<br /> right.<br />
  6. 6. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 9.3 meters = _____ kilometers<br /> Go to the next slide for the answer.<br />
  7. 7. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 9.3 meters = .0093 kilometers<br /> From meters (unit) to kilo is 3 jumps to the left. So, I moved the decimal 3 places to the left.<br /> Are you getting the hang of it? Let’s try 2 more.<br />
  8. 8. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 366 decimeters = _____ millimeters<br /> Go to the next slide for the answer.<br />
  9. 9. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 366 decimeters = 36600 millimeters<br /> From deci to milli is two jumps to the right.<br /> So, I moved the decimal two places to the right.<br />
  10. 10. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br />58.7 kilometers = _____ meters<br />Go to the next slide for the answer.<br />
  11. 11. King HenryDoesn't(Usually)DrinkChocolateMilk kilo hectodeka UNIT decicentimilli<br /> 58.7 kilometers = 58700 meters<br /> From kilo to meters (unit) is three jumps to the right, so I moved the decimal three places to the right.<br />
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