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Comparison of Metric Measurements

Use <, > and/or equal to when comparing metric measurements.

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Comparison of Metric Measurements

by Devin Onkst //basic
Compare and order given metric units of measurement
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Comparison of Metric Measurements

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Comparison of Metric Measurements

Find out how to compare given metric units of measure.
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Comparison of Metric Measurements: Millimeters and Centimeters

Comparison of Metric Measurements Interactive
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Math Lessons : Converting Measurements in the Metric System

by Vishal Satish //basic
A video showing how to convert units in the metric system using associations between those units.
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Compare Compound Unit Weights in kg and g - Overview

by CK-12 //basic
Overview
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Compare Compound Unit Weights in kg and g - Example 1

by CK-12 //basic
Selection based on weight
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Compare Compound Unit Weights in kg and g - Example 2

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Ordering based on weight
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Measures

by Kyle Bardman //basic
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Taking Measures (Weight)

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Comparison of Metric Measurements

by Kyle Bardman //basic