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1. 48 c = __ qt (1 point)
6
8
10
12
2. 96 oz __ 5 lb (1 point)
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>
=
3. 6 yd, 1 ft = __ ft (1 point)
7
12
19
36
4. lb = __ oz (1 point)
104
108
112
136

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    skip number 4

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    how is it possible that you don't have a conversion table handy?
    1qt = 4c, so 48c = 12qt
    1lb = 16oz, so 96oz = 6lb
    1yd=3ft, so 6yd 1ft = 18+1 ft = 19ft
    #4 should obviously be 7lb, since 16*7=112

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    96oz_5lb

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    1. 12
    2. >
    3. 19
    4. 104

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    Assassin Genius is right I got a 100%

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    Thank you Assassin :)

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    Thanks you Assassin Genius :)

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    Thanks

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