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1. 1 foot is how many yards?

1 3 13 19

2. 7.1 miles is how many feet?

744 feet 2,231 feet 8,924 feet 37,488 feet

3. 5,280 yards is how many miles?

3 miles 36 miles 1,760 miles 15,840 miles

4. An index card is 0.27 mm thick. What is that thickness in centimeters?

0.027 cm 0.27 cm 2.7 cm 27 cm

5. An index card is 0.27 mm thick. What is that thickness in meters?

270 m 0.027 m 0.0027 m 0.00027 m

6. A football field is 4,844 cm wide. What is that width in kilometers?

0.004844 km 0.04844 km 0.4844 km 04.844 km

7. 80 ounces is how many pounds?

5 pounds 6 23 pounds 8 pounds 1,280 pounds

8.5,200 grams is how many kilograms?

5.2 kg 52 kg 52,000 kg 520,000 kg

9. One gallon is how many fluid ounces?

48 fluid ounces 64 fluid ounces 96 fluid ounces 128 fluid ounces

10. 806 liters is how many milliliters?

0.806 mL 8.06 mL 80,600 mL 806,000 mL