Name:    Lesson 9: Using Square Metres

1.

Which of the following would you measure in square metres?
 a. area of my desk c. area of the classroom b. area of my hand d. area of a computer screen

2.

Which of the following would you measure in square metres?
 a. area of a book cover c. area of my foot b. area of a football field d. area of my pencil case

3.

Which of the following would you measure in square centimetres?
 a. area of a baseball field c. area of a piece of paper b. area of the gym d. area of a hallway

4.

Which of the following would you measure in square centimetres?
 a. area of the office c. area of a garden b. area of my front yard d. area of  a DVD

5.

Which of the following could have an area of 1 square metre?
 a. a piece of loose leaf paper c. a piece of newspaper b. a math text book d. a pencil

6.

Which of the following could have an area of one square centimetre?
 a. a piece of loose leaf paper c. a baseball field b. a finger nail d. the gym

7.

Which of the following would have an area less than 10 square centimetres?
 a. a dime c. a CD cover b. the top of a desk d. my hand

8.

Which of the following would have an area greater than 10 square centimetres?
 a. a quarter c. the top of a nail b. a pencil tip d. a piece of loose leaf paper

9.

Which of the following would have an area greater than 10 square metres?
 a. the gym c. my hand b. my math book cover d. my foot

10.

Which of the following is the most realistic statement?
 a. The gym has an area of 5 square metres. b. The football field has an area of 45 square centimetres. c. The hallway has an area of 100 square centimetres. d. My math textbook cover has an area of 375 square centimetres.