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**Ted bought 5 cartons of milk. Each carton held 1 gallon. How many pints of milk did Ted buy in all?**

a) 5

b) 8

c) 20

d) 40

**Convert 3 kg to grams.**

a) 1,003

b) 48

c) 300

d) 3,000

**How many yards are 300 feet?**

a) 25

b) 100

c) 303

d) 3,600

**How many grams are equivalent to 5.2 kilograms?**

a) 0.325

b) 5.2

c) 520

d) 5,200

**How many feet are equivalent to 18 yards?**

a) 6

b) 21

c) 54

d) 216

**What's the total number of grams in 250 kg?**

a) 250

b) 2500

c) 25,000

d) 250,000

**You have 6 yards of black rope and 7 feet of red rope. How many feet are there in all?**

a) 26

b) 25

c) 16

d) 9

**Convert 10,924 m to km.**

a) 1092.4

b) 109.24

c) 10.924

d) 1.0924

**Which measurement is equivalent to 2 gallons?**

a) 8 quarts

b) 8 ounces

c) 8 pints

d) 8 cups

**How many inches are in 3 yards?**

a) 36

b) 39

c) 102

d) 108

**How many gallons are in 180 quarts?**

a) 15

b) 45

c) 60

d) 90

**How many millimeters are in 35 centimeters?**

a) 35

b) 350

c) 3500

d) 35,000

**How many ounces are in 7 pounds 4 ounces?**

a) 16

b) 28

c) 108

d) 116

**Which measurement is equivalent to 1 pint?**

a) 2 ounces

b) 2 cups

c) 2 quarts

d) 2 gallons

**How many milliliters are in 2 liters?**

a) 0.2

b) 20

c) 200

d) 2,000

**Which of the following is the correct conversion for 112 inches?**

a) 11 ft. 2 in.

b) 9 ft.

c) 9 ft. 4 in.

d) 3 ft. 4 in

**How many kilometers are in 60,000 meters?**

a) 60

b) 600

c) 60,000

d) 60,000,000

**Convert 250 cm to m.**

a) 0.25

b) 2.5

c) 250

d) 25,000

**Meagan ran a 10 km race. How many meters was that?**

a) 100

b) 1000

c) 10,000

d) 100,000

**Sue fed her dog 8 oz. of food on Monday, 14 oz. on Tuesday, and 12 oz. on Wednesday. What was the total amount of food given to her dog?**

a) 1 lb. 8 oz.

b) 2lb. 2 oz.

c) 2 lb. 10 oz.

d) 3 lb. 4 oz.

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