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In Science we use the metric system to measure.
mm =
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-----(thickness of finger-nail)
(about the width of pinky finger)
(distance from the floor to door knob)
Directions: You and your partner will be responsible for either
measuring or finding items to complete this paper and turn in by
the end of class.
*This does count as a lab grade and participation.
Part 1 - Estimate the height, width and/or the length of the
following items in Norman Howard' s front yard. If you are stuck
you can borrow a measuring tool from a teacher. Remember to
Item
Width
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horse statue
school sIgn
3.
flagpole
4.
steps
5.
cement brick
6.
garden
7.
sidewalk square
8.
bench
9.
fire hydrant
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Part 2 - Find objects in Norman Howard' s front yard that meet the
following requirements.
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Height over 5 meters
2.
Width less than 2 mm
3.
Length longer than 20 meters
4.
Height of 20 meters
5.
Width less than 4cm
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