# Worksheet on Addition in Kilograms and Grams

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition in kilograms and grams (with carrying and without carrying).

Addition in grams and kilograms is done in a similar way as in the case of numbers. We add grams to grams and get the sum in grams. We add kilograms to kilograms and get the sum in kilograms. It can be done by (i) without carrying (ii) with carrying.

I. Use different ways to make a kilogram.

(Hint: 1 kg = 1000 g)

(i) Using only 100 g =.......................... = 1 kg

(ii) Using only 200 g =.......................... = 1 kg

(iii) Using only 500 g =.......................... = 1 kg

(iv) Using only 200 g and 100 g =.......................... = 1 kg

(v) Using only 500 g and 100 g =.......................... = 1 kg

II. Balance the scales by writing the extra weights needed.

(i) 500 g + 200 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(ii) 800 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(iii) 300 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(iv) 700 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(v) 200 g + ............ g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(vi) 400 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(vii) 600 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

(viii) 800 g + ............ g = 1000 g

(viii) 200 g + 200 g + ............ g + ............ g = 1000 g

III. Add the following (without carrying).

(i) 7 kg 570 g + 2 kg 300 g

(ii) 4 kg 385 g + 5 kg 204 g

(iii) 7 kg 263 g + 1 kg 335 g

(iv) 44 kg 435 g + 20 kg 523 g

(v) 63 kg 257 g + 31 kg 600 g

(vi) 89 kg 465 g + 10 kg 324 g

(vii) 123 kg 750 g + 435 kg 207 g

(viii) 387 kg 269 g + 400 kg 320 g

(ix) 545 kg 092 g + 351 kg 901 g

(x) 5 kg 555 g + 3 kg 333 g

(xi) 70 kg 405 g + 10 kg 203 g

(xii) 195 kg 297 g + 604 kg 500 g

IV. Find the sum of the following (with carrying).

(i) 4 kg 139 g + 4 kg 957 g

(ii) 7 kg 482 g + 2kg 927 g

(iii) 5 kg 207 g + 3 kg 398 g

(iv) 23 kg 720 g + 19 kg 189 g

(v) 50 kg 931 g + 38 kg 279 g

(vi) 66 kg 440 g + 29 kg 666 g

(viii) 146 kg 636 g + 254 kg 795 g

(viii) 749 kg 970 g + 114 kg 139 g

(ix) 502 kg 205 g + 479 kg 195 g

(x) 8 kg 247 g + 3 kg 384 g

(xi) 62 kg 728 g + 78 kg 467 g

(xii) 357 kg 400 g + 275 kg 942 g

Answers for the worksheet on addition in kilograms and grams are given below.

I. (i) 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g

(ii) 200 g + 200 g + 200 g + 200 g + 200 g

(iii) 500 g + 500 g

(iv) 200 g + 200 g + 200 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g

(v) 500 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g + 100 g

II. (i) 200 g + 100 g

(ii) 100 g + 100 g

(iii) 500 g + 200 g

(iv) 200 g + 100 g

(v) 200 g + 500 g + 100 g

(vi) 500 g + 100 g

(vii) 200 g + 200 g

(viii) 200 g

(viii) 500 g + 100 g

III. (i) 9 kg 870 g

(ii) 9 kg 589 g

(iii) 8 kg 598 g

(iv) 64 kg 958 g

(v) 94 kg 857 g

(vi) 99 kg 789 g

(vii) 588 kg 957 g

(viii) 787 kg 589 g

(ix) 896 kg 993 g

(x) 8 kg 888 g

(xi) 80 kg 608 g

(xii) 799 kg 797 g

IV. (i) 9 kg 96 g

(ii) 10 kg 409 g

(iii) 8 kg 605 g

(iv) 42 kg 909 g

(v) 89 kg 210 g

(vi) 96 kg 106 g

(viii) 401 kg 431 g

(viii) 864 kg 109 g

(ix) 981 kg 400 g

(x) 11 kg 631 g

(xi) 141 kg 195 g

(xii) 633 kg 342 g

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