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Find the sum or difference between two measured masses. The masses are measured either to the nearest gram on a scale that is labeled in increments of 10 or on a pan scale with the appropriate masses placed to balance

A. Measure the mass of objects in kilograms using a scale

B. Measure the mass of objects in kilograms using a pan balance

C. Measure the mass of objects in grams using a pan balance

D. Compare grams and kilograms

E. Tutorial: Drag the lace to match objects

F. Match the estimated mass in grams and kilograms to objects

G. Determine mass measurements on a scale that is only labeled in increments of 10

I. Tutorial: Click on highlighted words to access definition

J. Determine visually which of two objects has a greater capacity

K. Measure capacity using non-standard units and liters

L. Measure capacity in liters

M. Measure capacity in milliliters

N. Learn about the relationship between liters and milliliters, and compare the two units of measure

O. Compare measures in liters and milliliters to determine which is greater or if they are equal

P. Measure capacity in milliliters

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