Year 5

# Converting between miles and km

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- In this lesson, we will introduce the distance measurements miles and kilometre and learn how to convert between them.

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### 5 Questions

Q1.

A rectangle has a width of 4 m and a length of 20 m. What is it's perimeter?

24 m

44 m

80 m

Q2.

If a rectangle has a width of 4 metres and a length of 700cm, what is the perimeter of the shape?

0.2 m

20 m

22 cm

Q3.

A living room has a perimeter of 26 m in total. Which of the below show its possible dimensions?

width = 2.6 m and length = 6.2 m

width = 20 m and length = 6 m

width = 4 m and length = 6.5 m

Q4.

A games room has a perimeter of 36 m in total. Which of the options below cannot be the dimensions of the game room?

width of 4 m and length of 14 m

width of 7 m and length of 11 m

width of 8 m and length of 10 m

Q5.

Which of the dimensions below does not have the same perimeter as the rest?

Width = 2.5 m and Length = 3.6 m

Width = 4.5 m and Length = 1220 cm

Width = 480 cm and Length = 260 cm

### 5 Questions

Q1.

What is the name of the sequence which can be used to roughly convert between miles and kilometres?

Fibonni

Harmonic

Triangular

Q2.

What is the name of the imperial unit officially used in the UK?

feet

inches

pounds

Q3.

Approximately how many miles are there in 8 km?

10 miles

12 miles

16 miles

Q4.

Approximately how many miles are there in 88 km?

18 miles

46 miles

50 miles

Q5.

Which number comes before 144 in the Fibonacci sequence?

120

55

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