Solve multi-step word problems that requires metric unit conversions of length, mass, and capacity.
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Let students work on each problem in the Problem Set independently and circulate to see whether students are solving correctly. If not, come back together to discuss how/what to draw on a tape diagram, then allow them to try again on their own.
This lesson does not have any identified priority Anchor Tasks, but students should complete the Problem Set independently rather than skipping the lesson entirely. Find more guidance on adapting our math curriculum for remote learning here.
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Jennifer, Leon, and Veronica see this on their ticket:
The weight of their bags is listed below.
Suitcase | Mass |
Blue | 26 kg |
Black | 20 kg 40 g |
Grey | 23,975 g |
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Solve. Show or explain your work.
The average fourth grader is about three times as tall as the average newborn baby. If babies are on average 45 cm 7 mm when they are born, what is the height of the average fourth grader?
Solve. Show or explain your work.
Jeff is making fruit punch. The recipe includes equal amounts of mango and pineapple juice and 490 mL of orange juice. If the recipe makes 1 L 50 mL, how much of each of the mango and pineapple juices are in the recipe?
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