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Order objects by capacity

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We want to order these three jugs from largest capacity to smallest capacity.

Jug $1$1 Jug $2$2 Jug $3$3
Capacity $=$= $710$710 mL Capacity $=$= $950$950 mL Capacity $=$= $510$510 mL
a

Which of these jugs has the largest capacity?

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $3$3

B

Jug $2$2

C

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $3$3

B

Jug $2$2

C
b

Which of these jugs has the second largest capacity?

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $2$2

B

Jug $3$3

C

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $2$2

B

Jug $3$3

C
c

Which of these jugs has the smallest capacity?

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $3$3

B

Jug $2$2

C

Jug $1$1

A

Jug $3$3

B

Jug $2$2

C
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GM2-1

Create and use appropriate units and devices to measure length, area, volume and capacity, weight (mass), turn (angle), temperature, and time.

GM2-2

Partition and/or combine like measures and communicate them, using numbers and units.

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