# Worksheet: Estimating Mass: Customary Units

In this worksheet, we will practice how to estimate and measure weight using customary units and choose the appropriate unit of measurement in real-world situations.

Q1:

While writing down a dog’s information for record, a vet wrote “18 pounds, 4 ounces”. Which of the following was the vet recording?

• Athe dog’s weight
• Bthe dog’s age
• Cthe dog’s height

Q2:

Which of the following is the most appropriate estimate for the weight of a real cell phone?

• A50 pounds
• B5 pounds
• C5 tons
• D5 ounces
• E50 ounces

Q3:

Which of the following is the most appropriate estimation for the weight of a real car?

• A10 tons
• B100 pounds
• C1 ton
• D500 ounces
• E1,000 ounces

Q4:

What is the most appropriate estimation of the weight of an orange?

• A5 tons
• B5 pounds
• C5 ounces
• D50 ounces
• E50 pounds

Q5:

What is the most appropriate estimation of the weight of a real plane?

• A50 tons
• B50 ounces
• C500 pounds
• D500 ounces
• E50 pounds

Q6:

Which of the following is the most appropriate estimation for the weight of the cat? • A2 tons
• B110 ounces
• C1 ton
• D50 pounds

Q7:

Which of the following is the most appropriate estimation for the weight of the elephant? • A250 pounds
• B150 ounces
• C990 pounds
• D6 tons

Q8:

Which of the following is the most appropriate estimation for the weight of the tennis ball? • A2 tons
• B5 pounds
• C1 ton
• D2 ounces