Math Unit 8

 

Study Guide

Unit 8: Capacity

 

Chapter 1- Examples of test questions:

  • The capacity of a container is the amount of liquid it can hold.  1 liter = 1000 milliliters.
    • A teaspoon can hold about 5 ml of water
    • On the test, liter is written with a cursive “l”
  • Pictures of beakers are given.  Each beaker is labeled, but the numbering is different.
    • Counting by 200s to 1000ml
    • Counting by 100s to 500 ml
    • Skip counting 100, 300, to 500 ml
    • Four small dashes to 50 and four small dashed between 50 and 100 ml
  • Using beakers that are filled to various places:
    • The capacity is ___ l _____ ml
    • The capacity is _____ ml
    • ___ l ____ ml = ______ ml
    • Compare variously labeled containers to determine which containers have the same capacity.
    • If a beaker is labeled, how much could be poured equally into two containers.
  • 7 l = ___ ml
  • 7 l 4 ml = ______ ml
  • 8 l 62 ml = _______ ml
  • 6092 ml = ______ l _____ ml
  • 4 l 728 ml – 345 ml = ________
  • A container of juice contained 791 ml.  Natalia purchased 7 containers.  She purchased __ l __ ml in all.
  • A jar contains 167 ml.  How many jars are needed to make up 3 liters?
  • Which jar has the greatest capacity?

Jar 1

782 ml

Jar 2

7234 ml

Jar 3

3 l   72 ml

  • What is the total capacity of the three containers?  _____ l ______ ml
  • Each teacher drinks 500 ml of coffee.  If 4 teachers stopped drinking coffee, how much extra coffee is there?
  • Zack was carrying a pitcher of 3 l   702 ml of lemonade.  He spilled 2 l  876 ml.  His mom refilled the lemonade to the 4 l mark.  How much did she add?

 

Chapter 2- Examples of test questions:

  • 1 liter = 1.057 quarts (about one quart)
  • 5 milliliters are in a teaspoon, so a cup is about 240 ml.
  • 2 c = 1 pt
  • 2 pt = 1 qt
  • 2 qt = 1 half-gallon
  • 2 half-gallons = 1 gallon
  • 4 c = 1 qt
  • 4 qt = 1 gal
  • 16 c = 1 gal
  • 3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon
  • 4 tablespoons = ¼ cup
  • 16 tablespoons = 1 cup
  • 7 pt 3 c = _____c
  • 82 pt = ______ c
  • 6 qt 3 pt = ____ pt
  • 72 qt 8 pt = _____ pt
  • 84 c = ____ pt ____ c
  • 28 c = ____ pt ___ c
  • 72 gal 6 qt = ______ qt
  • 18 gal 8 qt = _____ qt
  • 9 pt = _____ qt ______ pt
  • 83 pt = _____ qt _____ pt
  • 30 qt = __ gal ___ qt
  • 90 qt = ___ gal ___ qt
  • 300 c = ______ pt = ____ qt = ____ gal ____ qt
  • Comparison Symbols >, <, =
    • 62 qt 8 pt _____ 12 pt
    • 31 pt 7 c _____ 92 c
    • 81 pt ____ 4 gal 8 qt
  • 7 qt 3 pt + 4 pt = ________
  • 9 gal – 4 gal 8 qt = _______
  • Four jars each contain 7 qt of liquid.  There is _____ gal ____qt total.
  • Shaylie filled a container with 8 half-gallons of liquid.  She filled the container with _____ gal _____ qt of liquid.
  • Jack’s family’s pitcher held 4 qt 7 pt.  They drank 9 pt of it.  How much was left? _____ qt ____ pt
  • Sophie saw there was only 6 qt left of their favorite iced tea.  She adds 2 qt 5 pt.  How much iced tea is there now?  Answer in cups.
  • Bucket W contains 21 gal of water.  5 gal 7 qt of it is poured into Bucket Z, which already contains 20 gal 4 qt of water.
    • How much water is left in Bucket W?
    • What is the final amount of water in Bucket Z?

 

Unit 8 Cumulative Test:

  • Review all of Units 1- 8