# Imperial Metric Conversion

Conversion table - very useful for metric recipes! This is the kind of math I don't do in my head. And by that, I mean all math.

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When it comes to measurement, the use of the Metric System and the U.S. Standard Measurement System has long been discussed. While a large majority of the world’s countries use the Metric System, there are still a handful which adhere to the U.S. Standard. These differences can indeed result in a disaster in the kitchen if you do not know how to convert the measurements!

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Length Measurement Conversion yardage of fabric | ... Fabric Blog: Imperial to Metric Conversion Chart Imagine Fabric

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Sewing Conversion Table - Convert between Metric & Imperial measurements. There is a link to a PDF file towards the end of her post. This will be handy when you've a free tutorial that uses "the other" measurements. :-)

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Math - Metric conversion trick using "King Henry Died Unusually Drinking Chocolate Milk." This simplifies the whole metric conversion process and makes it fun! Includes a very nice freebie for grade 6

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US Chart of Measures - The 128 oz gallon exists ONLY in the United States. The rest of the world uses the Imperial system with a 40 oz quart. That is, those who haven't graduated to the less complicated metric system. Imperial - Gallon is 160 ounces (4.54 Liters); a Quart is 40 ounces (1.25 Liters); a pint is 2 1/2 cups (20 ounces or 512 ml)

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Nancy Balter is our math and science product developer here at Educational Insights. Not only is she brilliant in developing educational toys and games in her area of expertise, but she was also a ...

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