Worksheet on Addition of Mass

Practice the third grade math worksheet on addition of mass/weight. This sheet provides different types of questions where you need to arrange the values of mass under different columns kilogram and gram to find their sum; adding mass with conversion; arrange the values of mass without conversion under different columns to find their sum and word problems on addition of mass.

1. Add the following with conversion:

(i) 6 kg 500 g and 3 kg 700 g

(ii)  5 kg 250 g and 3 kg 600 g

(iii) 7 kg 800 g and 8 kg 600 g

(iv) 3 kg 315 g and 4 kg 872 g

(v) 25 kg 625 g and 17 kg 825 g

(vi) 52 kg 190 g and 17 kg 910 g

2. Find the sum of the following without conversion:

(i) 9 kg 560 g + 18 kg 780 g

(ii) 14 kg 945 g + 24 kg 645 g

(iii) 7 kg 340 g + 13 kg 605 g

(iv)  10 kg 515 g + 15 kg 390 g

(v) 3 kg 160 g + 5 kg 60 g

(vi) 17 kg 372 g + 15 kg 833 g

(vii) 18 kg 700 g + 12 kg 950 g

(viii) 7 kg 600 g + 9 kg 760 g

(ix) 30 kg 170 g + 18 kg 530 g + 7 kg 600 g

(x) 8 kg 340 g + 5 kg 920 g + 0 kg 800 g

(xi) 50 kg 190 g + 17 kg 540 g + 2 kg 5 g

(xii)  26 kg 600 g + 36 kg 500 g + 6 kg 800 g


3. Sara went to the market and purchased the following things: bread 500 g, butter 500 g and cheese 1 kg 200 g. Find the total weight of the things of her purchases.

4. In a sack there was 42 kg 435 g of rice. 25 kg 90 g of more rice was placed in it. How much rice is in the sake now?

5. Henry bought 5 kg 500 g apples, 2 kg mangoes and 1 kg 575 g oranges. Find the weight of the fruits bought by Henry.

6. Aaron sends two parcels. One parcel weighs 985 g and the other parcel weighs 875 g. What is the total weight of the parcels?

7. Pam purchases 2 kg 500 g wheat, 5 kg 750 g rice and 5 kg 500 g flour from a shop. What is the total quantity of weight purchased by Pam?


Answers for the worksheet on addition of mass/weight are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions to find the sum arranging the values of mass.


Answers:

1. (i) 10 kg 200 g  

(ii) 7 kg 750 g

(iii) 16 kg 400 g

(iv) 8 kg 187 g

(v) 43 kg 450 g 

(vi) 70 kg 100 g


2. (i) 28 kg 340 g  

(ii) 39 kg 590 g

(iii) 20 kg 945 g

(iv) 25 kg 905 g

(v) 8 kg 220 g   

(vi) 33 kg 205 g

(vii) 31 kg 650 g

(viii) 17 kg 360 g

(ix) 56 kg 300 g

(x) 15 kg 60 g

(xi) 69 kg 735 g

(xii) 69 kg 900 g


3. 2 kg 200 g

4. 67 kg 525 g 

5. 9 kg 75 g

6. 1 kg 860 g

7. 13 kg 750 g





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