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Common Core For Grade 4

Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to create conversion tables for units of time, and use the tables to solve problems.

Topic A: Measurement Conversion Tables

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

Worksheet for Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 3

Lesson 3 Problem Set

Use RDW to solve Problems 1–2.

- Courtney needs to leave the house by 8:00 a.m. If she wakes up at 6:00 a.m., how many minutes does she have to get ready? Use the number line to show your work.
- Giuliana’s goal was to run a marathon in under 6 hours. What was her goal in minutes?
- Complete the following conversion tables and write the rule under each table.

The rule for converting hours to minutes is ___

The rule for converting days to hours is ___ - Solve.

a. 9 hours 30 minutes = __________ minutes

b. 7 minutes 45 seconds = _______ seconds

c. 9 days 20 hours = __________ hours

d. 22 minutes 27 seconds = ______ seconds

e. 13 days 19 hours = __________ hours

f. 23 hours 5 minutes = _______ minutes - Explain how you solved Problem 4(f).
- How many seconds are in 14 minutes, 43 seconds
- How many hours are there in 4 weeks, 3 days?

Lesson 3 Homework

Use RDW to solve Problems 1–2.

- Jeffrey practiced his drums from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. How many minutes did he practice? Use the number line to show your work.
- Isla used her computer for 5 hours over the weekend. How many minutes did she spend on the computer?
- Complete the following conversion tables and write the rule under each table.

The rule for converting hours to minutes is ___

The rule for converting days to hours is ___ - Solve.

a. 10 hours 30 minutes = __________ minutes

b. 6 minutes 15 seconds = ______ seconds

c. 4 days 20 hours = __________ hours

d. 3 minutes 45 seconds = ______ seconds

e. 23 days 21 hours = __________ hours

f. 17 hours 5 minutes = _______ minutes - Explain how you solved Problem 4(f).
- It took a space shuttle 8 minutes, 36 seconds to launch and reach outer space. How many seconds did it take?
- Apollo 16’s mission lasted just over 1 week, 4 days. How many hours are there in 1 week, 4 days?

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