# Can You Metric Benchmark 1G23 Caleb Blankenship 10/8/18

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Instructions: You must Get your conversions perfect to pass this Benchmark Begin with a rough draft. This rough draft will show all of your of the above calculations. You will need to do English to metric and then use the staircase. You must show all of your work and make sure that you include a list of any sources that helped you solve the problem. You must round your answers to the nearest .01 (hundredth). You must show your calculations and exactly what you would do to convert these units. Show the calculation that you used to convert from the English/Imperial system to the metric system. For your Final Project, you will create a poster (on a regular piece of paper) that shows exactly what you would do along with all of your calculations. Your poster must have a minimum of 4 colors and 4 pictures

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• 2 SICK SIBLINGS
• 2 SICK SIBLINGS
• ﻿HAH I ONLY READ IN MILLILETERS
• 2 SICK SIBLINGS
• -3 Fluid Ounces -Cup only reads in millileters﻿
• ﻿﻿mL=8.87206x101 cL=8.87206x100 L=8.87206x10-2
• I have 2 sick siblings. You’ve been asked to watch them, and your parent has asked you to give each of them 3 fluid ounces of medicine before bed.
• Now there's problems with the beds.
• Bed must be 6.5 feet apart!﻿
• But there is a problem…the cup they gave you only reads in milliliters.  What do you do?
• ﻿BED PROBLEMS
• Hah I only measure in meters and centimeters?
• How many milliliters, centiliters, and liters should you give your siblings?
• ﻿BED PROBLEMS﻿
• -Beds 6.5ft apart -Measures in m and cm
• Km=1.9812x10-3 m=1.9812x100 cm=1.9812x102 mm=﻿1.9812x102
• Now that they’ve had their medicine, you take them upstairs to go to sleep.  They share a room and are very particular about how far apart their beds are.
• They need their beds exactly 6.5 feet apart.  Of course there is a problem. Your measuring tape only measures in meters and centimeters.
• How do they know the exact measurments?﻿
• How many kilometers, meters, centimeters, and millimeters apart should the beds be in order to ensure the kids have exactly 6.5  feet of separation?
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