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10 millimeters = 1 cm
100 centimeters – 1 metre
1000 metres = 1 kilometre
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Question 1 of 6
1. Question
10 point(s)Choose the most suitable unit (cm, m, or km) for measuring the following distances or lengths. Type your answer in the space provided.
Note:
centimetre = cm
metre = m
kilometre = km

The distance from Maraval to San Juan The distance from Tobago to Barbados The length of my bed The length of my pencil The height of my baby brother The length of my hand span The distance from my home to the nearby shop The length of a fishing boat The length of my kindle The height of my lunch kit
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Question 2 of 6
2. Question
5 point(s)Type the answer in the correct space provided.

Which object would have a length of 15 cm?
(a) a table (b) a pencil (c) a bat
Answer:
Which object will have a height of 200 cm?
(a) a door (b) a book (c) a chair
Answer:
The height of a tree is approximately:
(a) 2 metres (b) 1 kilometre (c) 3 centimetres
Answer:
The height of a giraffe is approximately:
(a) 6 metres (b) 6 kilometres (c) 100 centimetres
Answer:
The height of a threestory building:
(a) 12 metres (b) 25 kilometres (c) 13 kilometres
Answer:
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Question 3 of 6
3. Question
4 point(s)Correct 4 / 4 PointsIncorrect / 4 Points 
Question 4 of 6
4. Question
9 point(s)Use the number line to show the equivalent of the following measurement.
Example:
120 cm = 1 m 20 cm
Solve the following:

4m 10 cm = cm
3 m 75 cm = cm
1m 25cm = cm
164 cm = m cm
489 cm = m cm
209 cm = m cm
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Question 5 of 6
5. Question
6 point(s)Use the number line to approximate the distances to the nearest meter.
Example:
264 cm ≈ 3 m
The symbol ≈ means almost equal to.

425 cm ≈ m
195 cm ≈ m
2 m 45 cm ≈ m
3¾ cm ≈ m
1¼ m ≈ m
4m 90 cm ≈ m
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Question 6 of 6
6. Question
1 point(s)
Answer = m
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