Worksheet on Addition and Subtraction of Measuring Mass

Practice the worksheet on addition and subtraction of measuring mass in kilogram and gram. The questions are related to add, subtract and word problems on finding the sum and difference to measure the mass of an object.

1. Ron purchased 60 kg sugar from one shop and 45 kg sugar from another shop. How much sugar did he purchase?

2. Sam had 75 kg of rice. He sold 25 kg of it. How much rice is left with him?

3. Aaron weighs 40 kg and Barun weighs 45 kg. What is their total weight?

4. Mike, David and Ken weight 30 kg, 25 kg, and 20 kg respectively. Find their total weight.

5. Jack produced 300 kg of rice in one field and 250 kg of rice in another field. How ore rice did he produces in the first field?


6. Robert weighs 32 kg 350 g and Joseph 30 kg 200 gm. What is their total weight? Find who is heavier and by how much.

7. Add:

(i) 12 kg + 8 kg = ____ kg

(ii) 22 kg + 25 kg = ____ kg

(iii) 75 kg + 22 kg = ____ kg

(iv) 530 g + 437 g = ____ g

(v) 378 g + 211 g = ____ g

(vi) 3 kg 350 g + 5 kg 230 g = ____ kg ____ g


8. Subtract:

(i) 15 kg - 7 kg = ____ kg

(ii) 27 kg - 17 kg = ____ kg

(iii) 48 kg - 25 kg = ____ kg

(iv) 825 g - 203 g = ____ g

(v) 325 g - 210 g = ____ g

(vi) 5 kg 480 g - 2 kg 378 g = ____ kg ____ g


Answers for the worksheet on addition and subtraction of measuring mass are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions


Answer:

1. 105 kg

2. 50 kg

3. 85 kg

4. 75 kg

5. 50 kg

6. 62 kg 550 gm; Robert is 2 kg 150 gm heavier than Joseph.

7. (i) 20 kg

(ii) 47 kg

(iii) 97 kg

(iv) 967 g

(v) 589 g

(vi) 8 kg 580 g


8. (i) 8 kg

(ii) 10 kg

(iii) 23 kg

(iv) 622 g

(v) 115 g

(vi) 3 kg 102 g




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