# MAP 2nd Grade Math : Measurement and Data

## Example Questions

### Example Question #1 : Measurement And Data

How many squares make up the rectangle?

Explanation:

We can count the squares within the rectangle to answer this question. When we count the squares, there are  squares that make up the rectangle.

### Example Question #11 : Map 2nd Grade Math

Of the options provided, which would make the most sense to use if we were going to measure a room?

Meter stick

Ruler

Yardstick

Measuring tape

Measuring tape

Explanation:

A room is most likely larger than what a yardstick, meter stick, and ruler could measure. A ruler can only measure up to  inches, a yardstick can only measure up to  feet (or  inches), and a meter stick is about the same size as a yardstick. Measuring tape can measure over  feet.

### Example Question #3 : Measurement And Data

Of the options provided, which would make the most sense to use if we were going to measure a phone?

Yardstick

Ruler

Measuring tape

Meter stick

Ruler

Explanation:

You would use a ruler to measure a phone because a phone is most likely smaller than  inches, which is the size of a ruler. The other tools are much larger. A yardstick can measure up to  feet (or  inches), and a meter stick is about the same size as a yardstick. Measuring tape can measure over  feet.