Worksheet on Measurement

In worksheet on measurement we will solve 27 different types of questions.


1. Fill in the blanks:

(i) There are __________ centimeters in 1 m. 

(ii) There are __________ grams in 1 kg.

(iii) There are __________ mililitres in 1 liter.

(iv) There are __________ meters in 1 km.

(v) The capacity of a container is expressed in _________ or _________ .

(vi) The quantity of a liquid that a container can hold is called ________ .


2. Tick ( ✓ ) the correct ones:

(i) 3 ℓ is equal to -

(a) 1000 mℓ

(b) 2000 mℓ

(c) 3000 mℓ

(d) 6000 mℓ


(ii) 3 ℓ 250 mℓ is equal to -

(a) 8050 mℓ

(b) 3250 mℓ

(c) 3000 mℓ

(d) 1250 mℓ


(iii) 7000 g is equal to -

(a) 7 kg

(b) 8 kg

(c) 3 kg

(d) 2 kg


(iv) 8 m is equal to -

(a) 200 cm

(b) 600 cm

(c) 700 cm

(d) 800 cm


3. State 'T' for True and 'F' for False:

(i) 33 m 50 cm is equal to 3350 cm.

(ii) 5 kg 250 g is equal to 2300 g.

(iii) 8150 mℓ is equal to 8050 mℓ.

(iv) 4000 mℓ is equal to 4 ℓ.

(v) 7 kg is equal to 8000 g.

(vi) 9000 m is equal to 9 km.


4. Write km, m, cm, or mm correctly after each measure so that it makes sense.

(i) Distance from my house to the school is 4 _____ .

(ii) Length of the my lawns fence is 11 _____ .

(iii) Width of my maths book is 24 _____ .

(iv) Width of my eraser is 28 _____ .


5. Write the most appropriate unit for each of the given.

(i) The distance between California and Texas is 1846 _______ .

(ii) I took 25 _____ of medicine.

(iii) Victoria bought 2 _____ of mangoes.

(iv) The height of my friend in Grade 3 is 140 _____ .

(v) My mother puts 2 _____ of sugar in each cup of tea.

6. John bought 27.5 m of cloth. How many cm of cloth did he buy?

7. Convert a distance of 20 km to metres.

8. Convert 98 km to hm.

9. Convert 40 mg to g.

10. Tom's weight is 45000 g. What is his weight in kg?

11. Divide 63.924 g by 20 g.


12. Convert the following.

(i) 32 m = __________ cm

(ii) 3 m = __________  cm

(iii) 9 kg = __________  g

(iv) 8,106 g = __________ kg

(v) 4k 260 g = __________  g

(vi) 8000 mℓ = __________ ℓ

(vii) 7 ℓ 300 mℓ = __________  mℓ

(viii) 2 ℓ = __________  mℓ


13. Fill in the blanks with the correct sign <, = or >.

(i) 1000 g ……………. 1000 mg

(ii) 2 g ……………. 2000 mg

(iii) 5 kg 100 g ……………. 5 kg

(iv) 2500 g ……………. 2 kg 500 g


14. Express 5 ℓ to mℓ.

15. Solve the following.

(i) 4 km + 3 km 700 m

(ii) 19 km 100 m + 2 km 500 m

(iii) 90 kg 8 g + 44 kg 80 g

(iv) 9 ℓ 320 mℓ + 2 ℓ 18 mℓ

(v) 46 km - 2 km 200 m

(vi) 99 kg 100 g - 55 kg 50 g

(vii) 21 ℓ 620 mℓ - 21 ℓ

(viii) 12 ℓ 630 mℓ - 5 ℓ 300 mℓ


16. Express 49.109 kℓ in ℓ.

17. Convert these measurements into the given units.

(i) 26 kg __________ g

(ii) 30 ℓ  __________ mℓ

(iii) 8 m 23 cm  __________ cm

(iv) 7000 g  __________ kg

(v) 11 m  __________ cm

(vi) 6 kg 70 g  __________ g

(vii) 8892 mg  __________ g  __________ mg

(viii) 9900 mℓ  __________ ℓ  __________ mℓ


18. Add 19.043 ℓ, 14.109 ℓ, and 2.001 ℓ.

19. Express 93 ℓ in dℓ.


20. Solve the following:

(i) Add 35 kg 250 g and 4 kg 150 g

(ii) Subtract 19 kg 600 g from 23 kg 900 g

(iii) Multiply 15 kg 100 g by 8

(iv) Divide 72 kg 150 g by 3


Worksheet on Word problems on Measurements:

21. Can A contains 2.5 ℓ of juice and Can B contains 3 ℓ 250 mℓ of juice. If the juice from both can is mixed then what will be the total volume of juice? Give your answer in ml.

22. Sophia bought 4 kg 840 grams of wool to make a carpet. How much more wool does she need to make the weight 5 kg?

23. A tetra pack contains 250 mℓ of juice. How many such packs are needed to fill a jug of capacity 2 ℓ?

24. Shelly bought 5 kg 544 g of flour for her cakes. She used \(\frac{1}{4}\) of the flour in making 1 cake. How much flour in kg was used in each cake.

25. If weight of one watermelon is 1 kg 500 g, find the weight of:

(i) 2 watermelons

(ii) 5 watermelons

(iii) 3 watermelons

(iv) 10 watermelons

(v) 4 watermelons

(vi) 20 watermelons


26. The steps of a staircase are numbered from 1 to 10. A weight equal to step number is kept on each step. How much total weight is kept on 10 steps?

27. Aaron picks up a stone weighing 2100 g and Derek picks a stone weighing 20000 mg. Who picked heavier stone?


Answers for the worksheet on Worksheet on Measurement are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on measurement.


Answers:


1. (i) 100 centimeters

(ii) 1000 grams

(iii) 1000 mililitres

(iv) 1000 meters

(v) liters or gallons

(vi) capacity


2. (i) (c) 3000 mℓ

(ii) (b) 3250 mℓ

(iii) (a) 7 kg

(iv) (d) 800 cm


3. (i) T

(ii) F

(iii) T

(iv) T

(v) F

(vi) T


4. (i) km

(ii) m

(iii) cm

(iv) mm


5. (i) km

(ii) mℓ

(iii) kg

(iv) cm

(v) g



6. 2750 cm

7. 20000 m

8. 980 hm

9. 0.04 g

10. 45 kg

11. 3.1962

12. (i) 3200

(ii) 300

(iii) 9000

(iv) 8.106

(v) 4260 

(vi) 8

(vii) 7300

(viii) 2000


13. (i) >

(ii) =

(iii) >

(iv) =


14. 5000 mℓ

15. (i) 7 km 700 m

(ii) 21 km 600 m

(iii) 134 kg 88 g 

(iv) 11 ℓ 338 mℓ

(v) 43 km 800 m

(vi) 44 kg 50 g

(vii)  620 mℓ

(viii) 7 ℓ 330 mℓ


16. 49109 ℓ.

17. (i) 26,000

(ii) 30,000 

(iii) 823

(iv) 7

(v) 1100

(vi) 6070

(vii) 88 g 892 mg

(viii) 9 ℓ 900 mℓ


18. 25.153 ℓ

19. 930 dℓ.

20. (i) 39 kg 400 g

(ii) 4 kg 300 g

(iii) 120 kg 800 g

(iv) 24 kg 50 g

 

21. 5 ℓ 750 mℓ i. e., 5750 mℓ

22. 160 g

23. 8

24. 1 kg 386 g

25. (i) 3 kg

(ii) 7 kg 500 g

(iii) 4 kg 500 g

(iv) 15 kg

(v) 6 kg

(vi) 30 kg

Worksheet on Measurement

26. 55 kg

27. Aaron



● Measurement.

Length.

Mass.

Capacity.

Worksheet on Measurement.






5th Grade Numbers Page

5th Grade Math Problems

5th Grade Math Worksheets

From Worksheet on Measurement to HOME PAGE




Didn't find what you were looking for? Or want to know more information about Math Only Math. Use this Google Search to find what you need.



Share this page: What’s this?

Recent Articles

  1. Relation between Diameter Radius and Circumference |Problems |Examples

    Apr 22, 24 05:19 PM

    Relation between Radius and Diameter of a Circle
    Relation between diameter radius and circumference are discussed here. Relation between Diameter and Radius: What is the relation between diameter and radius? Solution: Diameter of a circle is twice

    Read More

  2. Circle Math | Terms Related to the Circle | Symbol of Circle O | Math

    Apr 22, 24 01:35 PM

    Circle using a Compass
    In circle math the terms related to the circle are discussed here. A circle is such a closed curve whose every point is equidistant from a fixed point called its centre. The symbol of circle is O. We…

    Read More

  3. Preschool Math Activities | Colorful Preschool Worksheets | Lesson

    Apr 21, 24 10:57 AM

    Preschool Math Activities
    Preschool math activities are designed to help the preschoolers to recognize the numbers and the beginning of counting. We believe that young children learn through play and from engaging

    Read More

  4. Months of the Year | List of 12 Months of the Year |Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr

    Apr 20, 24 05:39 PM

    Months of the Year
    There are 12 months in a year. The months are January, February, march, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. The year begins with the January month. December is t…

    Read More

  5. What are Parallel Lines in Geometry? | Two Parallel Lines | Examples

    Apr 20, 24 05:29 PM

    Examples of Parallel Lines
    In parallel lines when two lines do not intersect each other at any point even if they are extended to infinity. What are parallel lines in geometry? Two lines which do not intersect each other

    Read More