Lesson: Estimating Capacity: Customary Units Holt Mathematics • Course 1 • Math in Focus • Singapore Math • Grade 3 • Volume B • Common Core • Go Math! • Grade 4 • Common Core • Math Connects • Concepts, Skills, and Problem Solving • Course 1 • Student Edition • Math Connects • Grade 4 • Student Edition • Math Connects • Grade 3 • Student EditionMathematics
In this lesson, we will learn how to measure and estimate capacity using customary units of capacity and how to use this skill to solve real-world problems.
Sample Question Videos
Hannah wants to measure the capacity of a bucket as accurately as she can. Should she measure its capacity to the nearest gallon, quart, pint, cup, or fluid ounce?
Matthew showers for 10 minutes. Has he used about 80 cups or 150 gallons of water?
Jacob wants to know how much water he uses when he takes a 10 minutes shower. Would it be most appropriate to measure the amount of water in fluid ounces, cups, or gallons?