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#1 3.MD.2 - unit estimate - 8 (selected - level I & II)
Suzanne has a baggage that is 3 times heavier than Lori's baggage.
If Suzanne's baggage is 12 lbs, what is the weight of Lori's baggage?
#2 3.MD.2 - unit estimate - 14 (constructed - level II)
David, April and Al each has a 10 milliliters liquid container.
Each container can be filled up to 10 milliliters.
What is the volume in David's container?
What is the volume in April's container?
What is the volume in Al's container?
How many milliliters do they have in all?
#3 NA-not aligned-related- unit estimate - 4 (selected - level II)
Which is the best estimate of the weight of a car?
#4 3.MD.2 - unit estimate - 16 (constructed - level I & II)
Adam uses a backpack on a hiking trip. He took about 3 kg of food out of his backpack to make it lighter.
The scale below shows how much the backpack weighed after he took out the food.
How much did the backpack weigh, in kg, before he took the food out?
How much did the backpack weigh, in kg, after he took the food out?
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#5 3.MD.2 - unit comparison - 24 (selected - level I & II)
A pile of wood with mass of 60 kg is divided into 6 smaller piles.
What is the weight of the small wood pile?
A pile of sand with mass of 40 kg is divided into 2 smaller piles.
What is the weight of the small sand pile?
Which small pile is heavier?
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