Worksheet on Division of Metric Measures

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on division of metric measures. Metric measures are divided in the same way as we divide ordinary numbers.


I. Divide the following:

(i) 6 g 9 dg 7 cg 5 mg by 3

(ii) 4 kl 2 hl 5 dal 4 l by 2

(iii) 7 l 3 dl 6 cl 5 ml by 5

(iv) 8 km 6 hm 9 dam 4 m by 7

(v) 7 kg 5 hg 3 dag 6 g by

(vi) 9 m 3 dm 2 cm 8 mm by 8

(vii) 5 l 9 dl 6 cl 8 ml by 4

(viii) 9 hm 7 dam 6 m 5 dm by 9.


II. Divide the given metric measurements:

(i) 22 km 43 m by 7

(ii) 56 kg 90 dag by 5

(iii) 57 dam 24 cm by 4

(iv) 74 l 312 ml by 8

(v) 18 g 81 mg by 3

(vi) 77 dl 76 ml by 6


III. Express in terms of metres.

(i) 814.38 dm

(ii) 594.67 cm

(iii) 4254.09 mm


IV. Express in terms of litres.

(i) 321.14 dl

(ii) 1597.48 cl

(iii) 5457.3 ml


V. Solve the following.

(i) Shelly had 15.435 kg of sweets. She distributed it among 5 friends equally. How much did each get?

(ii) 4 bags of rice weight 500.800 kg together. If the weight of all bags is equal, find the weight of each bag.

(iii) 15 containers of rice weight 3450.75 kg. What is the weight of each container?

(iv) How many packets of 400 mg snacks can be made from 49.2 kg of snacks?

 

Answers for worksheet on division of metric measures are given below.


Answers:


I. (i) 2 g 3 dg 2 cg 5 mg

(ii) 2 kl 1 hl 2 dal 7 l

(iii) 1 l 4 dl 7 cl 3 ml

(iv) 1 km 2 hm 4 dam 2 m

(v) 1 kg 2 hg 5 dag 6 g

(vi) 1 m 1 dm 6 cm 6 mm

(vii) 1 l 4 dl 9 cl 2 ml

(viii) 1 hm 0 dam 8 m 5 dm


II. (i) 3.149 km

(ii) 11.38 kg

(iii) 14.256 dam

(iv) 9.289 l

(v) 6.027 g

(vi) 12.96 dl

 


III. (i) 81.438 m

(ii) 59467 m

(iii) 4.25409 m


IV. (i) 32.114 l

(ii) 15.9748 l

(iii) 5.4573 l

Worksheet on Division of Metric Measures

V. (i) 3.087 kg

(ii) 125.200 kg

(iii) 230.05 kg

(iv) 123 packets 






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