IN MATH: 1. n. customery unit of measure for long distances; 5280 feet, (symbol: mi.). EX. Our exit is 4 miles further down the road.

 See: Make A Customary (Inch) Ruler Customary Ruler Graphic Practice Drawing W/Quarter-Inches Measure Up I - Customary Units Resource Page Vocabulary - customary, English, scientific units

 See: MEASURE UP (PART II) - The Metric System Resource Page It includes: Introduction to the Introduction Introduction to the Metric System Introduction to the Metric System --II Meter Tape Metric Prefixes & Conversion Liter Box Braided Centimeter Cube Liter Bottle Body Lab - I Body Lab - II Height & Drawing Proportional Stick Figures VOCABULARY

IN ENGLISH: 1. as defined above.

APPLICATION: (see list 100)

Complete.
1. 1 mi. = ____ ft.
2. 1 mph = 1 mi./hr. = ___ ft./hr.
3. 1 mph = 1 mi./hr. = ___ ft./min.
4. 4 mi./hr. = ___ ft./min.

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