Metric to English Conversions Worksheets
. How to Convert Measures of Metric to English Length, Mass, Time, and Volume? We know how we can convert one unit to another when using the same system of units. However, things get difficult for students when they have to convert a unit from one system to another unit of a different system. To proceed with this type of conversion, you have to understand dimensional analysis which is also known as unit factor method. If you want to convert measures from Metric to English, you need to follow this method. It is a method that allows converting measurements by multiplying the unit one wants to convert by one or more forms of 1. It uses the fact that any number can be multiplied by one without its value being changed. In order to do this, you need to have the basic knowledge; Length  1millimeter (m) = 0.04 inches (in)  1 centimeter (cm) = 0.39 inches (in)  1 meter (m) = 39.37 inches = 3.28 feet (ft)  1 meter (m) = 1.09 yard (yd)  1 kilometer (km) = 0.62 miles (mi). Mass  1 gram (g) = 0.035 ounces (oz)  1 liter (l) = 1.057 quart (qt). Capacity  1 milliliter (ml) = 0.2 teaspoon (tsp)  1 liter (l) = 1.057 quart (qt). The formula used in dimensional analysis include; (# of units you have)×(units you want)/(units you have)=# units you want.

Basic Lesson
Introduces the concept of unit conversion for length, volume, mass, and time. If Sam drives one mile in 38 seconds, what is his speed in km/sec? A Soda can is 4 cm in diameter and 10 cm high. Calculate how many liters of soda the can hold.
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Independent Practice 1
Students practice with 20 Metric to English Conversions problems. The area of a football field is 500 sq yd. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Another 20 Metric to English Conversions problems. The answers can be found below.
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Homework Worksheet
Reviews all skills in the unit. A great take home sheet. Also provides a practice problem.
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Rule of Thumb...
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