Math Grade 1 Quiz three objects by length; compare the lengths of two objects indirectly by using a third object1.MD.A.1
This standard introduces students to the concept of measurement by having them order objects based on their length. It emphasizes both direct comparisons (comparing two objects directly) and indirect comparisons (using a third object as a reference to compare the lengths of two objects). Through this, students gain an understanding of relative lengths and begin to develop the foundational skills necessary for more advanced measurement concepts in the future
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Question 1 of 10
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Emma has 3 pencils. Pencil A is 3 inches long, Pencil B is 5 inches long, and Pencil C is 4 inches long. Which pencil is the shortest?
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John has two sticks. He wants to know which one is longer. Instead of comparing them directly, he uses a ruler as a third object. This method is called:
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Lucy has three ribbons. Ribbon X is longer than Ribbon Y but shorter than Ribbon Z. Which ribbon is the shortest?
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There are three boxes. Box D is shorter than Box E, and Box E is shorter than Box F. Which box is the tallest?
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5. Question
Alex wants to compare the lengths of his two toys indirectly. Which of the following can he use as a third object for comparison?
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Three ropes are placed next to each other. Rope G is 6 feet, Rope H is 8 feet, and Rope I is 7 feet. Which rope is in the middle when arranged by length?
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If Object J is longer than Object K and Object K is longer than Object L, then:
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Mia has two flowers. To find out which one is taller without comparing them directly, she can use:
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Of the following, which is an indirect method of comparing the height of two trees?
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Lisa has three ropes. The first rope is longer than the second, and the second rope is longer than the third. The third rope is the:
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