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# Measurement word problem: blood drive

The video dives into the concept of converting units within the US Customary system. It emphasizes the process of moving from smaller units (like pints) to larger ones (like gallons), and how this affects the quantity. It's all about understanding the relationships between different units of measurement. Created by Sal Khan and Monterey Institute for Technology and Education.

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• So is multiplying by a fraction the same as dividing?
• Yes, multiplying by 1/2 is the same as dividing by 2. Or in more common language, you are "taking half of the amount".
• 1 gallon = 4 quarts
And 1 quart = 2 pints
So, there are 8 pints = in 1 gallon.
• Yeah. Another way to think about it is that there is 1/2 a quart in a pint. And 1/4 a gallon in a quart. Multiply 1/2 and 1/4 together to get 1/8. There's 1/8 a gallon in a pint.. You would take 80 pints and multiply by 1/8 gallon to get the same answer, 10 gallons.
• how do you add 7222.98 and 300.7456 multiplyed
• That is a hard question, you should take your time.
• hello do you 156 divided by 7 =
• what is a quart?
• Quart is a unit of the imperial system. 4 quarts is equal to 1 gallon and 1 quart is equal to 2 pints. Quarts are used to measure liquid volumes.
The term 'quad' and 'qua' is also well known to stand for the number '4'. Examples are as follows:
Quarter
• I thought that little dot that Khan draws is supposed to be only for multiplication ( because that's how he used them in his past vids )......or is it just a sort of variable?
• What exactly are quarts?
• Quart is a unit of the imperial system. 4 quarts is equal to 1 gallon and 1 quart is equal to 2 pints. Quarts are used to measure liquid volumes.
The term 'quad' and 'qua' is also well known to stand for the number '4'. Examples are as follows:
Quarter
QuadrillionQuart is a unit of the imperial system. 4 quarts is equal to 1 gallon and 1 quart is equal to 2 pints. Quarts are used to measure liquid volumes.
The term 'quad' and 'qua' is also well known to stand for the number '4'. Examples are as follows:
Quarter
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• Six cubic units fit in one layer of a box the box holds four layers what is the volume of the box
• 6 cubic units on each layer times 4 layers = 24 cubic units total. The volume of the box is 24 cubic units. When you have a problem that tells you the area of the base of the box, which is the same as the number of cubes in one layer, and the height of the box, which is the same as the number of layers, you just multiply the two numbers together to find the volume, the number of unit cubes.
I hope this makes sense and helps you!