Worksheet on Conversion of Measuring Mass

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

I. Convert the following into grams:

Hint: To convert kilograms into grams, multiply the number of kilograms by 1000.

(i) 8 m = 8 × 1000 g = 8000 g

(ii) 2 kg

(iii) 5 kg

(iv) 11 kg 

(v) 25 kg 

(vi) 17 kg 

(vii) 9 kg 

(viii) 14 kg

(ix) 32 kg 

 

II. Convert the following into kilograms:

Hint: To convert grams into kilograms, divide the number of grams by 1000.

(i) 4000 g = 4000 ÷ 1000 kg = 4 kg

(ii) 6000 g

(iii) 10000 g

(iv) 15000 g 

(v) 9000 g

(vi) 2000 kg

(vii) 1000 g 

(viii) 5000 g 

 

III. Convert the following kilograms and grams into grams:

Hint: To convert kilograms and grams into grams, multiply the number of kilograms by 1000.

(i) 2 kg 350 g = 2 × 1000 g + 350 g = 2000 g + 350 g = 2350 g

(ii) 5 kg 275 g 

(iii) 1 kg 700 g 

(iv) 9 kg 680 g 

(v) 12 kg 900 g 

(vi) 17 kg 874 g 

(vii) 8 kg 347 g 

(viii) 10 kg 100 g 

 

IV. Convert the following grams into kilograms and grams:

Hint: To convert grams into kilograms and grams, divide the number of grams by 1000, the quotient represents kilograms and the remainder represents gram.

(i) 1200 g = (1200 ÷ 1000) km = 1 km 200 g

(ii) 2350 g

(iii) 3750 g

(iv) 4865 g

(v) 6720 g

(vi) 9870 g

(vii) 10875  g

(viii) 5080 g


V. Convert the following into required units:

(i) 8 kg = ……….. g

(ii) 9 g = ……….. mg

(iii) 5000 mg = ……….. g

(iv) 47 dg = ……….. g

(v) 5600 g = ……….. kg

(vi) 2400 mg = ……….. g

(vii) 865 g = ……….. mg

(viii) 13 kg 25 g = ……….. g

(ix) 62 kg 36 g = ……….. g

(x) 3.75 kg = ……….. g

(xi) 8.6 kg = ……….. dag

(xii) 20 cg = ……….. dg

(xiii) 1 hg = ……….. dg

(xiv) 6.9 dag = ……….. dg


VI. Find the missing quantities:

(i) 621.278 kg = ……….. kg ……….. hg ……….. dag ……….. g

(ii) 0.804 kg = ……….. kg ……….. hg ……….. dag ……….. g


VII. Express these measurements in kilograms.

(i) 5 hg 9 dag 5 g = ……….. kg

(ii) 56 kg 7 g = ……….. kg

(iii) 9 dag 4 g = ……….. kg

(iv) 705 kg 3 hg 7 dag 2 g = ……….. kg



Word Problems on Conversion of Measuring Mass

VIII. The weight of a lamb is 45 kg. What is its weight in grams?

IX. Shelly bought 2355 g of apples for the fruit cream. What is the weight of apples in kilograms?


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


Answers:


I. (ii) 2000 g

(iii) 5000 g

(iv) 11000 g

(v) 25000 g

(vi) 17000 g

(vii) 9000 g

(viii) 14000 g

(ix) 32000 g

 

II. (ii) 6 kg

(iii) 10 kg

(iv) 15 kg

(v) 9 kg

(vi) 2 kg

(vii) 1 kg

(viii) 5 kg

 

III. (ii) 5275 g

(iii) 1700 g

(iv) 9680 g

(v) 12900 g

(vi) 17874 g

(vii) 8347 g

(viii) 10100 g

 

IV.  (ii) 2 kg 350 g

(iii) 3 kg 750 g

(iv) 4 kg 865 g

(v) 6 kg 720 g

(vi) 9 kg 870 g

(vii) 10 kg 875 g

(viii) 5 kg 80 g


V. (i) 8000

(ii) 9000

(iii) 5

(iv) 4.7

(v) 5.6

(vi) 2.4

(vii) 865000

(viii) 13025

(ix) 62036

(x) 3750

(xi) 860

(xii) 2

(xiii) 1000

(xiv) 690


VI. (i) 621 kg 2 hg 7 dag 8 g

(ii) 8 hg 4 g


VII. (i) 0.595 kg

(ii) 56.7 kg

(iii) 0.094 kg

(iv) 705.372 kg

Worksheet on Conversion of Measuring Mass

VIII. 45000 g

IX. 2.355 kg

Measurement of Mass:








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