Worksheet on Conversion of Measuring Length

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on conversion of measuring length.

I. Convert the following into centimeters:

Hint: To convert meters into centimeters, multiply the number of meters by 100.

(i) 8 m = 8 × 100 cm = 800 cm

(ii) 4 m

(iii) 14 m  

(iv) 25 m  

(v) 50 m  

(vi) 6 m  

(vii) 7 m 

(viii) 3 m

(ix) 16 m  

(x) 75 m  

 

II. Convert the following into meters:

Hint: To convert kilometers into meters, multiply the number of kilometers by 1000.

(i) 8 km = 8 × 1000 m = 8000 m

(ii) 15 km  

(iii) 10 km  

(iv) 22 km  

(v) 9 km  

(vi) 5 km  

(vii) 2 km  

(viii) 7 km  

(ix) 13 km  

(x) 56 km  

 

III. Convert the following into meters:

Hint: To convert centimeters into meters, divide the number of centimeters by 100.

(i) 500 cm = (500 ÷ 100) m = 5 m

(ii) 400 cm  

(iii) 1400 cm  

(iv) 1900 cm  

(v) 600 cm  

(vi) 900 cm  

(vii) 1000 cm  

(viii) 300 cm  

(ix) 3200 cm  

(x) 4600 cm  

 

IV. Convert the following into kilometers:

Hint: To convert meters into kilometers, divide the number of meters by 1000.

(i) 7000 m = (7000 ÷ 1000) km = 7 km

(ii) 12000 m

(iii) 15000 m

(iv) 19000 m

(v) 62000 m

(vi) 11000 m

(vii) 6000 m  

(viii) 8000 m

(ix) 53000 m  

(x) 79000 m  

 

V. Convert the following centimeters into meters and centimeters:

Hint: To convert centimeters into meters and centimeters, divide the number of centimeters by 100, the quotient represents meter and remainder represents centimeters.

(i) 287 cm = (287 ÷ 100) m = 2 m 87 cm

(ii) 620 cm

(iii) 932 cm

(iv) 465 cm

(v) 592 cm

(vi) 507 cm

(vii) 802 cm

(viii) 120 cm

(ix) 1020 cm

(x) 333 cm

 

VI. Convert the following meters into kilometers and meters:

Hint: To convert meters into kilometers and meters, dive the number of meters by by 1000, the quotient represents kilometers and remainder represents meters.

(i) 1235 m = (1235 ÷ 1000) km = 1 km 235 cm

(ii) 4689 m

(iii) 7248 m

(iv) 8824 m

(v) 2326 m

(vi) 6205 m

(vii) 5320 m

(viii) 9007 m

(ix) 1030 m

(x) 2876 m


VII. Compare the following using >, < or = sign:

Hint: To compare the measurement of length by cm, m and km, we observe that cm < m < km.

(i) 702 cm > 503 cm

(ii) 2 m .......... 9 m

(iii) 800 cm .......... 80 m

(iv) 702 cm .......... 5 m

(v) 8 km .......... 7000 m

(vi) 625 cm .......... 9 m

(vii) 10 m .......... 4 cm

(viii) 1000 m .......... 1000 km

(ix) 100 cm .......... 100 m

(x) 1 km .......... 1000 m


VIII. Convert the following into millimeters.

(i) 0.625 m

(ii) 9 hm

(iii) 8 m

(iv) 27 dam

(v) 517 cm

(vi) 15 dm


IX. Convert the following into kilometers.

(i) 14 m

(ii) 59 hm

(iii) 136 dam

(iv) 207 dam

(v) 5600 cm

(vi) 10000 cm


X. Convert the following into centimeters.

(i) 66 mm

(ii) 32 dm

(iii) 4 cm 8 mm

(iv) 63 km

(v) 16 m

(vi) 1.5 dm


XI. Fill in the blanks.

(i) 15.6 km = ……….. dam

(ii) 20 hm = ……….. dm

(iii) 7.31 dam = ……….. cm

(iv) 45 hm = ……….. m

(v) 2.5 dm = ……….. cm

(vi) 7 cm = ……….. m

(vii) 325 mm = ……….. m

(viii) 900 cm = ……….. m


Word Problems on Conversion of Measuring Length:

XII. The height of one floor of a building is 304 cm. If the building has 7 floors, what is the height of building in meters?

XIII. Which is more 2985 mm or 298 cm?


Answers for the worksheet on conversion of measuring length are given below.


Answers:


I. (ii) 4 × 100 cm, 400 cm

(iii) 14 × 100 cm, 1400 cm

(iv) 25 × 100 cm, 2500 cm

(v) 50 × 100 cm, 5000 cm

(vi) 6 × 100 cm, 600 cm

(vii) 7 × 100 cm, 700 cm

(viii) 3 × 100 cm, 300 cm

(ix) 16 × 100 cm, 1600 cm

(x) 75 × 100 cm, 7500 cm

 

II. (ii) 15 × 1000 m, 15000 m

(iii) 10 × 1000 m, 10000 m

(iv) 22 × 1000 m, 22000 m

(v) 9 × 1000 m, 9000 m

(vi) 5 × 1000 m, 5000 m

(vii) 2 × 1000 m, 2000 m

(viii) 7 × 1000 m, 7000 m

(ix) 13 × 1000 m, 13000 m

(x) 56 × 1000 m, 56000 m

 

III. (ii) (400 ÷ 100) m = 4 m

(iii) (1400 ÷ 100) m = 14 m

(iv) (1900 ÷ 100) m = 19 m

(v) (600 ÷ 100) m = 6 m

(vi) (900 ÷ 100) m = 9 m

(vii) (1000 ÷ 100) m = 10 m

(viii) (300 ÷ 100) m = 3 m

(ix) (3200 ÷ 100) m = 32 m

(x) (4600 ÷ 100) m = 46 m

 

IV.  (ii) (12000 ÷ 1000) km = 12 km

(iii) (15000 ÷ 1000) km = 15 km

(iv) (19000 ÷ 1000) km = 19 km

(v) (62000 ÷ 1000) km = 62 km

(vi) (11000 ÷ 1000) km = 11 km

(vii) (6000 ÷ 1000) km = 6 km

(viii) (8000 ÷ 1000) km = 8 km

(ix) (53000 ÷ 1000) km = 53 km

(x) (79000 ÷ 1000) km = 79 km

 

V. (ii) (620 ÷ 100) m = 6 m 20 cm

(iii)(932 ÷ 100) m = 9 m 32 cm

(iv) (465 ÷ 100) m = 4 m 65 cm

(v) (592 ÷ 100) m = 5 m 92 cm

(vi) (507 ÷ 100) m = 5 m 7 cm

(vii) (802 ÷ 100) m = 8 m 2 cm

(viii) (120 ÷ 100) m = 1 m 20 cm

(ix) (1020 ÷ 100) m = 10 m 20 cm

(x) (333 ÷ 100) m = 3 m 33 cm

 

VI.  (ii)(4689 ÷ 1000) km = 4 km 689 cm

(iii) (7248 ÷ 1000) km = 7 km 248 cm

(iv) (8824 ÷ 1000) km = 8 km 824 cm

(v) (2326 ÷ 1000) km = 2 km 326 cm

(vi) (6205 ÷ 1000) km = 6 km 205 cm

(vii) (5320 ÷ 1000) km = 5 km 320 cm

(viii) (9007 ÷ 1000) km = 9 km 7 cm

(ix) (1030 ÷ 1000) km = 1 km 30 cm

(x) (2876 ÷ 1000) km = 2 km 876 cm

 

VII. (ii) <

(iii) <

(iv) >

(v) >

(vi) <

(vii) >

(viii) <

(ix) <

(x) =


VIII. (i) 625 mm

(ii) 900000 mm

(iii) 8000 mm

(iv) 270000 mm

(v) 5170 mm

(vi) 1500 mm


IX. (i) 0.014 km

(ii) 5.9 km

(iii) 13.6 km

(iv) 20.7 km

(v) 0.056 km

(vi) 0.1 km


X. (i) 6.6 cm

(ii) 320 cm

(iii) 4.8 cm

(iv) 6300000 cm

(v) 1600 cm

(vi) 15 cm


XI. (i) 1560

(ii) 20000

(iii) 7310

(iv) 4500

(v) 25

(vi) 0.07

(vii) 0.325

(viii) 9 m

Worksheet on Conversion of Measuring Length

XII. 21.28 cm

XIII. 2.985 mm

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