# Demonstrate and describe the difference between covering the faces (surface area), and filling the interior (volume), of 3-dimensional objects

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- Convert one metric unit to one customary unit and one customary unit to one metric unit
- Demonstrate and describe the difference between covering the faces (surface area), and filling the interior (volume), of 3-dimensional objects
- Identify the paths between points on a grid or coordinate plane and compare the lengths of the paths, e.g. shortest path, paths of equal lengths
- Measure length to the nearest cm and ⅛ of an inch
- Understand and explain how differences in units affect precision
- Understand that measurement is not exact, e.g. when measured multiple times, measurements may give slightly different numbers
- Use standard angles (45º,90º,120º) to estimate the measure of angles and use a protractor to measure and draw angles

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