Convert between length measurements

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Millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres

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In this unit, students receive plenty of revision for converting between various units of length. For each of the 16 questions in the first task there is a pair of fish. Students need to convert the given length of one fish into the unit of length showing in the other fish in the pair. The second short task consists of four length word problems.

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