Measurement Word Problems Worksheets
How to Solve Measurement Word Problems - Are you confused and extremely nervous when you solve math questions? Or are you always afraid that you might end up doing the wrong method? Do not worry! Fear is normal; let us help you a little bit. Math is more difficult to solve if you think that it is! So, how about you take one step at a time? Are word problems your biggest concern? Do you feel like word problems are the toughest part about math? And the even more difficult part, converting the English language to math language! Don’t worry. If you are stuck with word problems that have angles in them, here is what you need to do: First, make sure that you read through the entire question thoroughly. Don’t try solving or writing down things before you have read the whole question throughout. Second, read the question at least twice to have a rough idea about what you need to do. Now, start arranging the things from the question. Figure out what is given to you and what you need to find. Write down all the things that you have. Now, all you need to figure out is which formula you need to use. When you have a measurement in the question, the first step that you need to do is to make sure that all the measurements follow the same unit, for example, if it is mm, change it to cm. Look at the question closely one last time and then begin solving! Good luck!
We work through this problem: The ship travels 20 kilometers in a day. How many kilometers will it travel in 20 days?View worksheet
Uses slightly larger sentences and numbers than the basic lesson. Example: One ship crosses the under bridge in every 5 minutes. How many ships will cross in two hours?View worksheet
Independent Practice 1
Contains a series of 20 Measurement Word Problems. The answers can be found below. Example: How many years ago were each event before 2008?View worksheet
Independent Practice 2
Features 20 word problems. Example: Bicycles were introduced in 1818. How many years ago was it introduced?View worksheet
10 word problems for students to work on at home. An example problem is provided and explained. Example: The lava travels 6ft per day. How many days will it take for lava to travel 54ft?View worksheet
10 Measurement Word Problems. A math scoring matrix is included. Example: How many flights will take off in 20 hours, if flights take off every 5 hours?View worksheet
Homework and Quiz Answer Key
Answers for the homework and quiz.View worksheet
Answers for the lesson and practice sheets.View worksheet
Archimedes discovered the law of buoyancy while in the bathtub and used it to prove the King's goldsmith had cheated the King. The law states, "The buoyant force on a submerged or partially submerged object is equal to the weight of the fluid displaced."