# Mixed Units of Length

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Examples, solutions, and videos to help Grade 4 students learn how to solve problems involving mixed units of length.

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

### NYS Common Core Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 7

Worksheets for Grade 4, Module 7, Lesson 7

Lesson 7 Problem Set

1. Determine the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 1 ft + 2 ft = _______ yd
b. 3 yd 1 ft + 2 ft = _______ yd
c. 1 yd – 1 ft = _______ ft
d. 8 yd – 1 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
e. 3 in + 9 in = _______ ft
f. 6 in + 9 in = _______ ft________ in
g. 1 ft – 8 in = ________ in
h. 5 ft – 8 in = _______ ft_______ in

2. Find the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 5 yd 2 ft + 2 ft = ______ yd _______ ft
b. 7 yd 2 ft + 2 yd 2 ft = ______ yd_______ ft
c. 4 yd 1 ft – 2 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
d. 6 yd 1 ft – 2 yd 2 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
e. 6 ft 9 in + 4 in = _______ ft_______ in
f. 4 ft 4 in + 3 ft 11 in = _______ ft_______ in
g. 34 ft 4 in – 8 in = _______ ft _______ in
h. 7 ft 1 in – 5 ft 10 in = _______ ft_______ in

3. Matthew is 6 feet 2 inches tall. His little cousin Emma is 3 feet 6 inches tall. How much taller is Matthew than Emma?

4. In gym class, Jared climbed 10 feet 4 inches up a rope. Then, he continued to climb up another 3 feet 9 inches. How high did Jared climb?

5. A quadrilateral has a perimeter of 18 feet 2 inches. The sum of three of the sides is 12 feet 4 inches.
a. What is the length of the fourth side?
b. An equilateral triangle has a side length equal to the fourth side of the quadrilateral. What is the perimeter of the triangle?

Lesson 7 Homework

1. Determine the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 2 yd 2 ft + 1 ft = _______ yd
b. 2 yd – 1 ft = _______ yd_____ ft
c. 2 ft + 2 ft = _______ yd_____ ft
d. 5 yd – 1 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
e. 7 in + 5 in = _______ ft
f. 7 in + 7 in = _______ ft________ in
g. 1 ft – 2 in = ________ in
h. 2 ft – 6 in = _______ ft_______ in

2. Find the following sums and differences. Show your work.
a. 4 yd 2 ft + 2 ft = ______ yd_______ ft
b. 6 yd 2 ft + 1 yd 1 ft = ______ yd_______ ft
c. 5 yd 1 ft – 2 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
d. 7 yd 1 ft – 5 yd 2 ft = _______ yd_______ ft
e. 7 ft 8 in + 5 in = _______ ft_______ in
f. 6 ft 5 in + 5 ft 9 in = _______ ft_______ in
g. 32 ft 3 in – 7 in = _______ ft_______ in
h. 8 ft 2 in – 3 ft 11 in = _______ ft_______ in

3. Laurie bought 9 feet 5 inches of blue ribbon. She also bought 6 feet 4 inches of green ribbon. How much ribbon did she buy altogether?

4. The length of the room is 11 feet 6 inches. The width of the room is 2 feet 9 inches shorter than the length. What is the width of the room?

5. Tim’s bedroom is 12 feet 6 inches wide. The perimeter of the rectangular shaped bedroom is 50 feet. a. What is the length of Tim’s bedroom?
b. How much longer is the length of Tim’s room than the width?

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