## Test your basic knowledge |

# Basic Arithmetic: Measurements

**Instructions:**

- Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
- If you are not ready to take this test, you can study here.
- Match each statement with the correct term.
- Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.

**1. 3 feet**

**2. 5/8**

**3. 9 square feet**

**4. 1 hectometer**

**5. 1 oz**

**6. 1 pound**

**7. volume**

**8. 1 decigram**

**9. P (2Xl) + (2Xw)**

**10. A pie X r squared**

**11. The volume of any prism**

**12. Foot**

**13. 1 week**

**14. 1 g**

**15. The average of the numbers**

**16. The difference between the highest and lowest numerical information**

**17. Degree Fahrenheit**

**18. 60 minutes**

**19. The Identity Law for addition**

**20. Has other factors besides 1 and itself**

**21. The middle number in a group of numbers that are arranged in numerical order**

**22. 1 year to wks**

**23. 20 years**

**24. about 52 weeks**

**25. Fractions that equal 1**

**26. 2 cups**

**27. deci**

**28. 1 -000 years**

**29. The volume of any pyramid**

**30. 1 mL**

**31. 1/6**

**32. 1 decameter**

**33. P (2Xl) + (2Xw)**

**34. 1 mile**

**35. 43 -560 square feet**

**36. 36 inches**

**37. A S squared**

**38. 4 pecks**

**39. 2/3 = _____ %**

**40. Percent to Fraction/Decimal**

**41. 1 decagram**

**42. 1 f dram**

**43. Measurement involves two things**

**44. 1 meter**

**45. 1 hectogram**

**46. pi (3 digits)**

**47. The Distributive Law**

**48. The Commutative Law for addition**

**49. Comparing the quantity being measured to some standard unit**

**50. Formula for Kinetic Energy**