IN MATH: 1. n. measure of capacity; number of cubic units. EX. Compute the volumes of this cone and that prism. 2. n. measure of noise level. EX. Turn down the volume on that radio!

  • 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. a great deal of something. 2.n. a book. EX. MATH SPOKEN HERE! is a small volume.

    APPLICATION: See list 160.

    1. Select the units which may measure volume or capacity:

    foot inch cubic centimeter liter
    cup gallon mile ton gram
    Compute the volume of:
    2. a rectangular prism, a box, with dimensions of 2 units, 4 units, and 7 units.

    3. a cone with a height of 4 cm and a base in area.

    4. a square pyramid with base edge 4.5 units and a height of 9 units.

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