We can divide units of mass, kg and g by a number like ordinary numbers. When measurements are given as combination of two units, we first convert the bigger units to lower units and then divide.
Solved Examples on Division of Units of Mass:
1. Divide 14 kg 164 g by 4.
Let us first convert 14 kg 164 g into grams.
14 kg 164 g = 14000 g + 164 g
= 14164 g
Divide 14164 by 4
Hence, 14164 ÷ 4 = 3541 g
= 3 kg 541 g
Questions and Answers on Division of Units of Mass:
I. Divide the given measures:
(i) 128 kg 34 g by 18
(ii) 46 kg 150 g by 5
(iii) 74 g 6 mg by 16
(iv) 38 g 450 mg by 50
(v) 67 g 325 mg by 25
(vi) 56 kg 112 g by 14
I. (i) 7 kg 113 g
(ii) 9 kg 230 g
(iii) 4 g 626 mg
(iv) 769 mg
(v) 2 g 693 mg
(vi) 4 kg 8 g
II. The weight of a dozen (12) bananas is 4 kg 800 g.
(i) What is the weight of one banana?
(ii) What is the weight of 8 bananas?
(iii) What is the weight of 15 bananas?
II. (i) 400 g
(ii) 3 kg 200 g
(iii) 6 kg
III. The weight of 26 bottles is 24 kg 128 g.
(i) What is the weight of one bottle?
(ii) What is the weight of 10 bottles?
(iii) What is the weight of 200 bottles?
III. (i) 928 g
(ii) 9 kg 280 g
(iii) 185 kg 600 g
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