IN MATH: 1. n. dimension, capacity. 2. v. to determine capacity, area, volume, length by comparison with some unit. EX. He measured the rope in feet.

  • 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

    IN ENGLISH: 1. n. in a score of a musical composition, a unit separated by bars. EX. Play a few measures of that piece. 2. n. an action. EX. He must take stern measures to prevent this from happening again.

    APPLICATION: (see list 0)

    1. Measure this line segment in inches and in centimeters. ___________________

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