Step: 1

Measuring the flag, we see that its length is 3 full inches plus a fraction close to 1 4 inch.

Step: 2

So, the length of the flag is approximately equal to 3 1 4 inches.

Correct Answer is : 3 1 4 inches

Step: 1

Measuring the crayon, we see that its length is 5 full inches plus a fraction close to 1 4 inch.

Step: 2

So, the length of the crayon is approximately equal to 5 1 4 inches.

Correct Answer is : 5 1 4 inches

Step: 1

The length of the arrow is on 1 whole inch plus a fraction. The fraction is 1 out of 2.

Step: 2

The length of the arrow is 1 1 2 inches.

Correct Answer is : 1 1 2 inches

Step: 1

The length of the straw is on 4 whole inches plus a fraction. The fraction is 1 out of 2.

Step: 2

The length of the straw is 4 1 2 inches

Correct Answer is : 4 1 2 inches

Step: 1

The length of the pencil is on 5 whole inches plus a fraction. The fraction is 1 out of 2.

Step: 2

The length of the pencil is 5 1 2 inches.

Correct Answer is : 5 1 2 inches

Step: 1

The length of the rectangle is on 4 whole inches plus a fraction. The fraction is 1 out of 2.

Step: 2

The length of the rectangle is 4 1 2 inches

Correct Answer is : 4 1 2 inches

Step: 1

The length of the object is 2 whole inches plus a fraction. The fraction is 1 out of 2.

Step: 2

So, the length of the object is 2 1 2 inches.

Correct Answer is : 2 1 2 inches

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