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# Appropriate Tools for Customary Measurement

## Identify appropriate tools for measuring length, mass and volume.

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## Appropriate Tools for Customary Measurement

Choose appropriate tools and customary units for given measurement situations
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## Appropriate Tools for Customary Measurement

Find out how to choose appropriate units and tools for measuring with the customary system.
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## Customary Measurement : "The Big G"

by Vishal Satish //basic
A video showing how to convert between customary units using a tool called the "Big G."
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## Working with Scales - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
Overview
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## Working with Scales - Example 1

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Compare and order weights with the scales in lb.
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## Working with Scales - Example 2

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Find the total and difference in weight by reading scale
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## Working with Scales - Example 3

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Study the scales to compare the weights
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## Working with Scales - Example 4

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Find the weight of each item and total weight with the weights in oz.
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## Working with Scales - Example 5

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Using scales and calculations to solve picture problems
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## Working with Scales - Example 6

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Using scales and multi-step calculations to solve picture problems
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## Appropriate Tools for Customary Measurement

by Kyle Bardman //basic