Worksheet: Converting, Comparing, and Ordering Area Units in Customary System

In this worksheet, we will practice converting between area units in the customary system and using that to solve real-world problems.

Q1:

Sally wants to buy a couch that is 82 inches long. The wall she wants to place it against is 6 ft8 in. Will the couch fit? If not, why?

  • Ano, the wall is ten inches too narrow
  • Byes
  • Cno, the wall is two inches too narrow

Q2:

Fill in the blanks: 3 = y d f t 2 2 .

Q3:

Fill in the blanks: 3 f t = i n .

Q4:

Shady’s quilt has an area of 81 square feet and is made out of square patches with a length of 9 inches. How many patches are there?

Q5:

Fill in the blanks: 1 3 = y d f t 2 2 .

Q6:

Shady’s quilt has an area of 400 square feet and is made out of square patches with a length of 6 inches. How many patches are there?

Q7:

Adam’s quilt has an area of 324 square feet and is made out of square patches with a length of 8 inches. How many patches are there?

Q8:

Fill in the blanks: 7 f t = i n .

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