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# Question Video: Measuring Volume and Capacity with Nonstandard Units

David filled a jug by pouring in 3 cups of water. Pick the words that are missing: The volume of the jug is ＿ 3 cups. [A] more than [B] less than [C] equal to

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David filled a jug by pouring in three cups of water. Pick the words that are missing. The volume of the jug is more than, less than, or equal to three cups.

We know that David filled a jug by pouring in three cups of water. We have to work out if the volume of the jug is more than three cups, less than three cups, or equal to three cups. The volume is the amount of space in the jug. And we already know that David filled the jug. That means he used all of the space. So that means that the volume of the jug is equal to three cups. The missing words in the sentence are equal to. The volume of the jug is equal to three cups. David filter jug by pouring in three cups of water.

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