1. The *TS Kennedy* has a length of **540 feet** and a beam (width) of **76 feet**.

A. Work as a class to mark off the **width** of the *TS Kennedy* on your school playground.

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B. Express the length and **width** of the *TS Kennedy* in **inches**. Show and explain your work. Be sure to label.

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C. Express the **length **and **width** of the *TS Kennedy* in **inches**. Show and explain your work. Be sure to label.

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D. Express these measurements in **meters/centimeters**. Be sure to show, explain, and label your work.

2. A cadet’s rack is **77 ½ inches long** and **27 ½ inches wide**.

A. Grab a ruler and some masking tape. Work as a class to mark off the size of the rack on your classroom floor.

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B. Express these measurements in **centimeters**. Be sure to show, explain, and label your work.

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C. Calculate the **area** and **perimeter** of a rack. Be sure to show, explain, and label your work.

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D. At home, measure the **length** and **width** of your bed. Compare the size of your bed and the size of a cadet’s rack. Be sure to show, explain, and label your work.

3. The signal flags, A-Z, are stored on the Bridge of the *TS Kennedy*. Write your first name in signal flags. Look carefully at the flags. Look carefully at the flags. The flags are made up of shapes, lines, angles, and fractions. Write about what you see.