# Worksheet on Addition of Metric Measures

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on addition of metric measures.  We know metric measures are added in the same way as we add ordinary numbers.

I. Find the sum.

(i) 112 g 28 mg + 46 g 49 mg

(ii) 7 m 3 dm 0 cm 5 mm + 2 m 5 dm 2 cm 3 mm

(iii) 302 g 18 mg + 196 g 45 mg

(iv) 5 kg 3 hg 2 dag 7 g + 2 kg 3 hg 5 dag 9 g

(v) 129 kg 98 g + 328 kg 68 g + 431 kg 99 g

(vi) 4 kl 3 hl 5 dal 3 l + 2 kl 9 hl 8 dal 5 l + 1 kl 0 hl 9 dal 7 l

(vii) 269 kg 09 g + 368 kg 38 g + 211 kg 92 g

(viii) 532 km 250 m + 228 km 128 m + 109 km 412 m

II. Find the sum.

(i) 13.243 km + 26.928 km

(ii) 13.849 kg + 65.907 kg

(iii) 24.326 dm + 36.409 dm

(iv) 124.297 kl + 319.989 kl

(v) 229.341 hg + 614.369 hg

(vi) 94.201 dal + 39.292 dal

(vii) 424.938 m + 359.542 m

(viii) 212.209 g + 429.697 g

(ix) 419.206 l + 308.009 l

(x) 353.202 cl + 228.294 cl

(xi) 429.429 hm + 318.216 hm

(xii) 627.328 kg + 119.629 kg

(xiii) 325.265 dal + 517.007 dal

(xiv) 423.299 dg + 556.579 dg

(xv) 401.909 hm + 266.301 hm

(xvi) 113.627 dl + 328.297 dl

(xvii) 629.038 g + 236.908 g

(xviii) 729.361 dal + 190.038 dal

(i) 278.216kl, 421.079 kl and 101.388 kl

(ii) 409.328 kg, 200.038 kg and 99.300 kg

(iii) 192.224 km, 318.120 km and 218.308 km

(iv) 347.209 kg, 218.009 kg and 36.472 kg

(v) 242.010 km, 405.118 km and 147.348 km

IV. Solve the following.

(i) Rajesh bought 12 l 320 ml of milk, Sumer bought 9 l 42 ml and Rahim bought 14 l 62 ml. How much milk did they buy in all?

(ii) Three bags contain 124 kg 327 g, 109 kg 538 g and 117 kg 418 g of sugar. What is the total quantity of sugar in all the bags?

(iii) Rohini travelled 1224 km 327 m, Vimal travelled 924 km 28 m and Shanti travelled 2498 km 370 m. Find the total distance travelled by them.

(iv) Kaushal bought 87.925 kg of rice, 192.425 kg of wheat and 120.420 kg of sugar. What is the total weight of rice, wheat and sugar bought by him?

Answers for the worksheet on addition of metric measures are given below.

I. (i) 158 g 77 mg

(ii) 9 m 8 dm 2 cm 8 mm

(iii) 498 g 63 mg

(iv) 7 kg 6 hg 8 dag 6 g

(v) 890 kg 65 g

(vi) 8 kl 4 hl 3 dal 5 l

(vii) 849 kg 39 g

(viii) 869 km 790 m

II. (i) 40.171 km

(ii) 79.756 kg

(iii) 60.735 dm

(iv) 444.286 kl

(v) 843.710 hg

(vi) 133.493 dal

(vii) 784.480 m

(viii) 641.906 g

(ix) 727.215 l

(x) 581.496 cl

(xi) 747.645 hm

(xii) 746.957 kg

(xiii) 842.272 dal

(xiv) 979.878 dg

(xv) 668.210 hm

(xvi) 441.924 dl

(xvii) 865.946 g

(xviii) 919.399 dal

III. (i) 800.683 hl

(ii) 708.666 kg

(iii) 728.652 km

(iv) 601.690 kg

(v) 794.476 km

IV. (i) 35 l 424 ml

(ii) 351 kg 283 g

(iii) 4646 km 725 m

(iv) 900.770 kg

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