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## Texas Go Math Grade 2 Module 16 Assessment Answer Key

**Vocabulary**

**Use words from the box to complete the sentence.**

Question 1.

A _________________ is the same length as 12 inches. (p. 558)

Answer:

A feet is the same length as 12 inches.

Question 2.

An _________________ is shorter than a foot. (p.546)

Answer:

An inch is shorter than a foot.

**Concepts and Skills**

Question 3.

Use color tiles. Measure the length of the object in inches. TEKS 2.9.A

about ___ inches

Answer:

3 inches

Explanation:

The length of the ribbon is 3 color tiles

Each color tile is 1 inch So, the ribbon is 3 inches long.

Question 4.

Use a ruler. Measure to the nearest inch. Then measure to the nearest foot. TEKS 2.9.D

Answer:

Explanation:

length in inches 26 inches

length in feet 2 feet

The length of the desk is about 26 inches and about 2 feet.

**Text Test Prep**

**Fill in the bubble for the correct answer choice.**

Question 5.

Bert estimates the length of a real bulletin board. Which is the best estimate? TEKS 2.9.E

(A) 3 inches

(B) 30 inches

(C) 12 inches

Answer:

24 inches

2 feet

Explanation:

The length of the bulletin board is about 24 inches and about 2 feet.

Question 6.

Jennie wants to measure the length of her pen in inches. Which is the best tool to use? TEKS 2.9.D.

(A) yardstick

(B) inch ruler

(C) piece of string

Answer:

B. Inch ruler

Explanation:

An inch ruler tells the measurement of the objects in inches.

Question 7.

Use an inch ruler. What is the length of the crayon to the nearest inch? TEKS 2.9.D

(A) 4 inches

(B) 1 inch

(C) 3 inches

Answer:

Explanation:

I lines up the crayon along the inch ruler

I marked the end of the crayon that is 3 inches

Therefore, the crayon is about 3 inches long.

Question 8.

Jan measures a table to the nearest inch and then to the nearest foot. Which is true about the measurement of the table? TEKS 2.9.B

(A) The number of feet is less than the number of inches.

(B) The number of feet is the same as the number of inches.

(C) The number of feet is more than the number of inches.

Answer:

(A) The number of feet is less than the number of inches.

Explanation:

We know that 1 feet is equal to 12 inches so, the number of feet will be less than number of inches.