Math Grade 2 Quiz the Measurement of length of the Objects.2.MD.A.2
The Common Core State Standard (CCSS) for Mathematics 2.MD.A.2 emphasises the importance of understanding and using different units of length to measure objects. It teaches students that the size of the unit chosen for measurement affects the number of units needed. By measuring an object with two different units, students can grasp how smaller units result in larger numerical measurements and vice versa. This skill lays the foundation for understanding unit conversion and the relative sizes of measurement units.
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Question 1 of 10
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If you measure the same pencil once with inches and once with centimeters, which will have a higher number?
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Sara measured the length of her book and found it to be 2 feet. If she were to measure it in inches, how might the measurement compare?
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You measure a toy car’s length and it is 10 centimetres. If you measure the same toy car in millimetres, the measurement will be:
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4. Question
Which of the following is a larger unit of length?
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5. Question
Jack measured his desk and found it to be 3 metres. If he measured it in centimetres next, the number would:
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6. Question
A ribbon was measured to be 50 centimetres long. If the same ribbon was measured in metres, the measurement would be:
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Lucy measures a paperclip and finds it to be 5 centimetres long. If she used millimetres, the paperclip would measure:
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If a room is measured to be 4 yards long and then measured in feet, the second measurement would:
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A snake is 100 inches long. If the same snake is measured in feet, its length would be closest to:
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Mark measures a string to be 200 millimetres. In centimetres, the string would measure:
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