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The metric unit of length is the
a) foot.
b) meter.
c) kilogram.
d) mile.

The symbol used to represent the metric prefix, deka, is
a) dk
b) d
c) m
d) c

The metric unit of volume is the
a) gram.
b) ounce.
c) liter.
d) pound.

The English unit of weight is the
a) foot.
b) pound.
c) kilogram.
d) gallon.

The metric symbol, m- , represents
a) milli-
b) mega-
c) muffin-
d) mum-

How many liters are in 18 milliliters?
a) 180
b) 0.018
c) 18000
d) 0.01

How many meters are in 5 dekameters?
a) 10
b) 0.5
c) 5.55
d) 50

Mindy’s bowling ball weighs 5 pounds. How many kilograms does her bowling ball weigh?
a) 11
b) 2.3
c) 12
d) 0.4

How many meters are in 3.3 kilometers?
a) 3300
b) 0.0033
c) 0.33
d) 100

How many meters are in 53 feet?
a) 174.9
b) 5280
c) 16.1
d) 7.3

While driving to school this morning, Jeff drove an average of 45 miles per hour. How many meters per second did he drive on average?
a) 101.3
b) 45
c) 2
d) 20

A water bottle can hold around 1.1 liters of liquid. How many milliliters can it hold?
a) 0.0011
b) 1100
c) 0.001
d) 3000

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