# Math Unit 3 Review

## Quiz by Christina Randall

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- Q1
Which estimate makes the sense for the length of a mouse?

10 inches

10 feet

10 meters

10 centimeters

30s - Q2
Which estimate makes the most sense for the height of an adult?

65 feet

65 meters

65 centimeters

65 inches

30s - Q3
Which estimate makes the most sense for the height of a tree?

25 feet

25 centimeters

25 centimeters

25 inches

30s - Q4
Elif measures the length of a crayon in centimeters and in inches. The two measurements are 5 and 12. Which measurement is in centimeters?

17

12

2

5

30s - Q5
Elif measures the length of a crayon in centimeters and in inches. The two measurements are 5 and 12. Which measurement is in inches?

4

17

12

5

30s - Q6
Reese walked 17 meters. Then she walked 45 more meters. How far did she walk altogether?

72

62

28

65

120s - Q7
Carson estimates that the length of her room is 34 feet. Omar estimates that the length of her room is 23 feet. Whose estimate is greater, Carson's or Omar's?

Omar

Carson

30s - Q8
Carson estimates that the length of her room is 34 feet. Omar estimates that the length of her room is 23 feet. What is the difference between Carson's and Omar's estimates?

57

11

34

10

120s - Q9
Carson estimates that the length of her room is 34 feet. Omar estimates that the length of her room is 23 feet. The actual length of the room is 15 feet. Whose estimate is closer?

Carson

Omar

30s