How to Measure
Updated: 10/2/2019
How to Measure
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  • Franklin is a master when it comes to measuring things.
  • Learning how to measure? Allow me to assist you.
  • Step 1. Decide what attribute you wish to measure.
  • I want to know how tall this mouse is
  • Step 1. Decide what attribute you wish to measure.
  • Knowing "how tall" the mouse is actually the same as "how long." I am looking for length.
  • 
  • Step 2. Decide on units and tool.
  • I have lots of options for units that measure length. I need a unit that makes sense with the mouse.
  • A mouse is small, so I want to use small units. Inches or centimeters would be best.
  • Step 2. Decide on units and tool.
  • I can measure inches with this ruler!
  • Step 3. Use tool to determine the number of units.
  • Line up the end of the ruler with one end of the mouse.
  • 6
  • 5
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • Step 3. Use tool to determine the number of units.
  • 6
  • 5
  • 4
  • 3
  • 2
  • Count the number of units. This mouse is 4 1/2 inches tall.
  • Step 4. Use information as necessary.
  • Hooray! This costume will be perfect!
  • 1
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