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Videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to solve problems involving mixed units of capacity.

Topic B: Problem Solving with Measurement

Common Core Standards: 4.OA.2, 4.OA.3, 4.MD.1, 4.MD.2, 4.NBT.5, 4.NBT.6

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NYS Common Core Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 6


Download worksheet for Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 6 (Pdf)

Lesson 6 Homework

1. Determine the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 5 qt + 3 qt = _______ gal
b. 1 gal 2 qt + 2 qt = _______ gal
c. 1 gal – 3 qt = _______ qt
d. 3 gal – 2 qt = _______ gal_______ qt
e. 1 c + 3 c = _______ qt
f. 2 qt 3 c + 5 c = _______ qt
g. 1 qt – 1 pt = ________ pt
h. 6 qt – 5 pt = _______ qt_______ pt

2. Find the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 4 gal 2 qt + 3 qt = ______ gal ______ qt
b. 12 gal 2 qt + 5 gal 3 qt = ______ gal_______ qt
c. 7 gal 2 pt – 3 pt = _______ gal_______ pt
d. 11 gal 3 pt – 4 gal 6 pt = ______ gal_______ pt
e. 12 qt 5 c + 6 c = _______ qt_______ c
f. 8 gal 6 pt + 5 gal 4 pt = _______ gal_______ pt

3. The capacity of a bucket is 5 gallons. Right now, it contains 3 gallons 2 quarts of liquid. How much more liquid can the bucket hold?

4. Grace and Joyce follow the recipe in the table to make a homemade bubble solution.
a. How much solution does the recipe make?
b. How many more cups of solution would they need to fill a 4-gallon container?



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