# Measurement and data

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When we measure anything, we do it in human-defined 'units'. Different units were defined in different places and for different scales. The two most common are U.S. customary units and metric units. Let's think about how to convert between and among them! We'll also continue thinking about perimeter and area!

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An introduction to units for measuring mass. The metric units used in this tutorial are grams and kilograms. The US customary units in this tutorial are ounces and pounds.

An introduction to units for measuring volume. The metric units used in this tutorial are milliliters and liters. The US customary units in this tutorial are cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.

An introduction to units for measuring length. The metric units used in this tutorial are millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers The US customary units in this tutorial are inches, feet, yards, and miles.

An introduction to units for measuring time. The units used in this tutorial are seconds, minutes, and hours.

Learn how convert larger units of mass to smaller units. The metric units used in this tutorial are grams and kilograms. The US customary units in this tutorial are ounces and pounds.

Learn how convert larger units of volume to smaller units. The metric units used in this tutorial are milliliters and liters. The US customary units in this tutorial are cups, pints, quarts, and gallons.

Learn how convert larger units of length to smaller units. The metric units used in this tutorial are millimeters, centimeters, meters, and kilometers The US customary units in this tutorial are inches, feet, yards, and miles.

Learn how convert larger units of time to smaller units. The units used in this tutorial are seconds, minutes, and hours.

Learn how to solve a variety of problems involving money.

Rectangles are common shapes that you will often find the need to compare. Who has a bigger poster size? Whose yard has more grass to mow? We'll learn about length, width, area, and perimeter--about all you need to know to begin comparing!

Learn how to create and read line plots that use fractions.