1. 
There is a jar on the cabinet by the refrigerator. If Savannah pours two hundred eight milliliters of water in the jar six times to fill it, how many liters of water does it take to fill the jar?


2. 
Eric's father asked an engineer to survey the field behind their house. He wanted to plant some apple and pear trees there. According to the survey, the field is thirtyeight meters long and seventeen meters wide. What is the perimeter of the field?


3. 
Taylor saw a raccoon in her backyard last weekend. She put out some food and a bowl with three hundred sixty milliliters of water in it. The raccoon ate all the food and drank threefifths of the water. How much water did the raccoon drink?


4. 
Magic Meals sent out free samples to introduce its new product, Sushi Soup. Each sample weighs one hundred eightynine grams. The post office charges thirtynine cents for each fiftysix grams of weight. How much would Magic Meals spend on postage to mail out one hundred seventyseven free samples?


5. 
Benjamin wanted to impress his friends by winning the one hundred meter dash at the track meet. If he runs 2.2 meters per second, how long will it take him to complete the dash? (Round your answer to the nearest tenth of a second)


6. 
We have a new guest in our house. He is 0.54 meters long and weighs 4.1 kg. He is our new baby brother! The doctor said the baby should gain about one hundred thirtysix grams per week. At that rate, how much in kilograms will he weigh in 3 months (12 weeks)?

