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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Students must accurately read the measurments on the graduated cylinder illustrations. Includes scales that count by 1s, 5s, 10s, 20s, and 100s.
Intermediate - No DecimalsGraduated Cylinders (Mixed - No Decimals) Free
These mixed-scale cylinders do not feature decimal numbers.Graduated Cylinders (5s)
Write the amount of liquid shown in each graduated cylinder. The scale counts by 5s.Graduated Cylinders (10s)
Look closely at each graduated cylinder picture and write the volume of water each contains. This worksheet includes graduated cylinders that count by 10s.Graduated Cylinders (100s)
How many milliliters of water is shown in each cylinder? The scale counts by 100s.Grad Cylinders - Subtraction Problems
Use subtraction to calculate the increase or decrease of liquids in the graduated cylinders.Grad Cylinders - Math Problems
Add, divide, and/or subtract to find the volumes of these graduated cylinders.
Advanced - Some DecimalsGraduated Cylinders (1s - Decimals)
The scale of these graduated cylinders counts by 1s, which means students will need to use a decimal answer.Graduated Cylinders (Mixed - Some Decimals)
These graduated cylinders feature mixed scales, including 100s, 10s, 5s, and 1s. Some answers will be a decimal number.
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