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Unit Conversion Tools

This is a site for students to quickly check their answers or get answers to harder unit conversion problems.

Unit Conversion Calculator with Values

A unit conversion calculator that also provides students with the values needed to convert between English and Metric units. Teachers should ensure that students also know how to convert in the ...

Interactive Unit Conversion Table

Students can quickly make basic unit conversions using this calculator. Uses drop-down menus for various units of measure.

Unit Conversion Table

Lengthy table with prefix and unit information.

Recipe Unit Conversion Charts

Useful Information regarding recipe unit conversions.

Metric Recipe Conversion Activity

This activity first has students research various units of measure, then apply them to a word problem involving recipes.

Size and Scale - Unit Conversion Activity

This activity makes students think about unit conversions in a way that is more theoretical than the average calculating exercise, as it has no word problems. Takes each problem in a series of ...

Global Warming - Math Conversion Review Problems

Quiz (with answers) illustrating mathematical concepts using global warming-related word problems.

Measurement Conversion: Converting Distances Lesson

Distance Conversion lesson plan with quiz (and solutions). Free membership is required for access; signing up takes about 2 minutes.

Unit Conversion

Unit conversion exercises that relate to length, area, volume, mass, and/or time. Problems do not require calculator. (Although there are higher levels that may require a calculator.)

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