# Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 13 Practice 1 Answer Key Measuring in Feet

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## Math in Focus Grade 2 Chapter 13 Practice 1 Answer Key Measuring in Feet

Look at the pictures. Fill in the blanks with more or less.

Question 1.

The length of the book is _________ than 1 foot.

1 Foot = 12 inches

Therefore, The length of the book is less than 1 foot.

Question 2.

The height of the bag is _________ than 1 foot.

1 Foot = 12 inches

Therefore, The height of the bag is more than 1 foot.

Question 3.

The height of the chair is ________ than 2 feet.

1 Foot = 12 inches

The height of the chair is more than 2 feet.

Fill in the blanks.

Question 4.
Foot rulers are placed against two ribbons.

a. Which ribbon is about 1 foot long?

1 Foot = 12 inches

Ribbon A is about 1 foot long.

Fill in the blanks with more or less.

b. Ribbon A is __________ than 2 feet long.

Ribbon A is less than 2 feet long.

c. Ribbon B is __________ than 2 feet long.

Ribbon B is more than 2 feet long.

Question 5.
Foot rulers are placed against a bulletin board.

a. Which side of the board is about 5 feet long?

Side B is about 5 feet long.

b. Side A is shorter than ___________ feet.

Side A is shorter than 3 feet.

c. Side B is shorter than ___________ feet.

Side B is shorter than 5 feet.

Look at the list. Check (✓) the columns that are true. You will need a foot ruler to measure these items.

Question 6.

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Question 10.

Look around the classroom to find and name objects that match each length.

Question 11.

Use a string and a foot ruler to measure. Then fill in the blanks.

Question 12.
Mark on the string with a pencil how long you think 1 foot is. Then use a ruler to measure this length. Did you mark more or less than 1 foot on your string?

I marked on the string with a pencil.

It is less than 1 foot.

Question 13.
Next, mark on the string how long you think 2 feet is. Then use a ruler to measure this length. Did you mark more or less than 2 feet on your string?