Practice questions available in **McGraw Hill Math Grade 2 Answer Key PDF Chapter 8 Lesson 3 Measuring the Same Length Using Inches, Feet, and Yards** will engage students and is a great way of informal assessment.

## McGraw-Hill Math Grade 2 Answer Key Chapter 8 Lesson 3 Measuring the Same Length Using Inches, Feet, and Yards

**Measure and Explain**

Question 1.

If a ribbon is 24 inches long, how many feet is it?

________ feet

Answer:

2 feet

Explanation:

If a ribbon is 24 inches long

As we know 1 feet is equal to 12 inches

So, 24 inches will be 2 feet

Therefore, the ribbon is 2 feet long.

Question 2.

A ribbon that is 72 inches is how many yards?

__________ yards

Answer:

2 yards

Explanation:

A ribbon is 72 inches long

We know that 1 yard is 36 inches

So, 72 inches will be 2 yards

Therefore, the ribbon is 2 yards long.

Question 3.

Meg measures the length of a smaller car 2 times. She measures the car in feet. The car is 15 feet long. Then she measures the car in yards. The car is 5 yards long. Why are there fewer yards than feet?

Answer:

Yards are fewer than feet as yards is longest unit than feet

Explanation:

Meg measures the length of a smaller car 2 times

She measures the car in feet

The car is 15 feet long

Then she measures the car in yards

The car is 5 yards long

There are 3 fewer yards than feet as yards is longest unit than feet.