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### Question 1

Find the volume. Use 3.14 for where necessary.

The volume is

### Question 2

Identify an appropriate ratio to convert 6 kilometers to miles by using multiplication.

### Question 3

Determine whether the following quantity would be measured using linear, square, or cubic units

The length of a table would be measured using

The area of my computer screen would be measured using

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The amount of Pepsi in a can would be measured using

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The amount of water in a pool would be measured using

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The amount of carpet in a bedroom would be measured using

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The amount of wallpaper needed to repaper a living room would be measured using

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The amount of ice cream in a container would be measured using

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The height of a computer screen would be measured using

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The height of a room would be measured using

### Question 4

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to one decimal place, if necessary.

4,701 in.^2 = ft^2

### Question 5

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to one decimal place, if necessary.

48,537,978 yd^2 = mi^2

### Question 6

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit.

2 mi^2 = acres

### Question 7

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to two decimal places, if necessary.

12,699 fluid ounces = gallons

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### Question 8

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to two decimal places, if necessary.

14,000 cubic inches = cubic feet

### Question 9

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to two decimal places, if necessary.

51 ft^2 = m^2

Question 10

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to one decimal place, if necessary.

15.9 m^2 = ft^2

### Question 11

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to two decimal places, if necessary.

16.1 L = gallons

### Question 12

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit.

26.5 cubic centimeters = milliliters

### Question 13

Convert the measurement to the specified equivalent unit. Round to one decimal place, if necessary.

500 mL = L

### Question 14

Becky wants to paint the walls in her bedroom. A gallon of paint will cover 300 ft^2. She measures the surface to be painted; it’s 84,960 in^2. How many gallons of paint should she buy?

She should buy whole gallon(s).

### Question 15

Eight cubic feet of seawater have flooded into a boat through a leak in the side. If the boat itself weighs 200 lb, how much does it weigh with the seawater? Round the answer to the nearest pound.

The boat with the seawater weighs pounds.

### Question 16

Shelly buys eight 36-oz containers of Gatorade for a race, but the bikders’ water bottles are quart-sized. If she fills each biker’s bottle completely, how many bikers will have Gatorade for the race?

There is enough Gatorade for bikers.

### Question 17

A dump truck with 2,000 gallons of soil arrives on campus to fill in the new planters on the quad. Each planter needs 2 cubic yards of soil. How many planters can be filled?

The truck has enough soil to completely fill planters.