We included **HMH Into Math Grade 3 Answer Key PDF** **Module 17 Lesson 1 Estimate and Measure Liquid Volume **to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Grade 3 Module 17 Lesson 1 Answer Key Estimate and Measure Liquid Volume

I Can use metric units to estimate and measure liquid volume.

**Spark Your Learning**

Describe a situation in which each container might have been filled. In each description, be sure to compare the amount of liquid in the container to the size of the container. The same amount of liquid is in each container.

Answer:

The first container is big among the three containers, it holds only one-third of water, the second container is small and it is full and the third container is medium in size and holds one-half of water.

Turn and Talk Which container can hold the greatest amount of liquid? Which container holds the least amount of liquid? Explain.

Answer:

The first container holds the greatest amount of liquid and the second container holds the least amount of liquid.

**Build Understanding**

This metric measuring cup is filled with 1 liter of water.

Connect to Vocabulary

Liquid volume is the amount of liquid in a container. The liter (L) is the basic metric unit for measuring liquid volume.

Question 1.

Tam pours 1 liter of water into a container that holds exactly 1 liter. Which of the containers can hold exactly 1 liter of water?

Estimate. Does each container hold more than 1 liter, about 1 liter, or less than 1 liter of liquid?

Pour and measure using the 1-liter measuring cup. Record the number of liters.

With 1 liter of water, which of the containers does Tam likely fill to the top?

Answer:

Explanation:

I estimated and measured the capacity of the above containers.

**Turn and Talk** What is the order of the containers from least to greatest liquid volume?

Answer:

2, 3, 4 and 1

Explanation:

The above is the order of the containers from the least to the greatest liquid volume.

**Step It Out**

Question 2.

Reza and Joy have same-sized containers filled with different amounts of water, as shown. Reza’s container is marked in liters (L). About how much water, in liters (L), does Joy’s container have?

A. Find a unit name on Reza’s container. This is the unit of liquid volume that is being used.

The unit shown is L. L stands for liter.

Answer:

Explanation:

On Reza’s container 5 liters is the liquid volume that the container can hold. 2 liters of liquid volume is being used

Joy container have about liters of water.

l stands for liter.

B. Find the measurement marks on Reza’s container. How much does each line stand for? What numbers label the lines?

Each measurement mark is labeled with a number 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. So, each mark stands for 1 liter. This is the scale.

Answer:

There are 1 to 5 measurements marks on Reza’s container. Each line stands for 1 liter. The numbers 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 are the labels.

C. Find the amount of water in Reza’s container.

The water in Reza’s container is at the mark for 3. Reza’s container has about ___________ of water.

Answer:

Reza’s container has about 3 liters of water

D. How do the two containers compare in size?

The containers are the same size.

Answer:

both the containers are of same size.

E. Estimate the amount of water in Joy’s container by using the marks on Reza’s container.

The water in Joy’s container matches a level of about ___________ in Reza’s container.

Answer:

The water in Joy’s container matches a level of about 5 liters in Reza’s container.

F. About how much water is in Joy’s container?

Joy’s container has about ____________ of water.

Answer:

Joy’s container has about 5 liters of water.

**Check Understanding**

Question 1.

How many liters of water are in the container shown? Estimate to the nearest liter.

Answer:

7 liters

Explanation:

There are 7 liters of water in the container shown. The nearest liter estimated is 8 liters.

**On Your Own**

Question 2.

**Use Tools** Mindi and Kan have same¬sized containers filled with different amounts of water, as shown. Mindi’s container has 20 liters of water. About how much water, in liters, does Kan’s container have?

Answer:

**Estimate the liquid volume of the liquid in the container. Write more than 1 liter, about 1 liter, or less than 1 liter.**

Question 3.

vase

Answer:

Estimate: About 1 liter

Explanation:

the vase many contain about 1 liter of liquid.

Question 4.

soup bowl

Answer:

Estimate: less than 1 liter

Explanation:

The soup bowl holds less than 1 liter of liquid.

Question 5.

pail

Answer:

Estimate: more than 1 liter

Explanation:

The pail can hold more than 1 liter of liquid.

Question 6.

**Reason** About how many liters of water are in the container?

Answer:

40 liters

Explanation:

There are about 40 liters of water in the container.

The scale is 20 L, 40L, 60 L etc.

**I’m in a Learning Mindset!**

How do I feel about my learning when I estimate and measure liquid volume?

Answer: