Measurement 5
(10 Questions)
Measuring objects using the Metric System in centimeters (cm) and millimeters (mm)

California State Math Standards Included:
Measurement and Geometry
1.0 Students use direct comparison and non-standard units to describe the measurements of objects.
1.1 Compare the length, weight, and volume of two or more objects by using direct comparison for a non-standard unit.
1.3 Measure the length of an object to the nearest inch and/or centimeter.

From Mr. Anker Tests
Measuring to the Nearest Centimeter
For the first 5 questions, indicate the length of the item to the nearest centimeter (cm).
1.  What is the length of the pencil to the nearest centimeter (cm)? *
1 point
2.  What is the length of the lip balm tube to the nearest centimeter (cm)? *
1 point
3.  What is the length of the pen to the nearest centimeter (cm)? *
1 point
4.  What is the length of the paperclip to the nearest centimeter (cm)? *
1 point
5.  What is the length of the crayon to the nearest centimeter (cm)? *
1 point
Measuring to the Millimeter
For the last 5 questions, indicate the length of the item to the exact millimeter (mm). Millimeters are the hashmarks between the centimeter numbers. 2 cm = 20 mm.  Therefore, one hashmark beyond the 2 cm would be 21mm, as in the question below.
6.  What is the diameter of this nickel in millimeters (mm)? *
1 point
7.  What is the length of this arrowhead in millimeters (mm)? *
1 point
8.  What is the combined length of these four batteries in millimeters (mm)? *
1 point
9.  How long is this library card in millimeters (mm)? *
1 point
For those of you who live in Los Angeles County:
https://lacountylibrary.org/
10.  Which letter is pointing at the 38 mm mark on this ruler? (Rotate and zoom smart phone to view up close, if necessary.) *
1 point
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