Worksheet on Metric Measures

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on metric measures as we know it is very important for us to know how to convert smaller units into bigger units and bigger units into smaller units.

I. Convert 145 kilometres into following units.

(i) metres

(ii) centimetres

(iii) hectometres


II. Convert 4567 metres into the following units.

(i) hectometres

(ii) kilometres

(iii) millimetres

III. Convert 25 litres into the following units.

(i) centilitres

(ii) millilitres

(iii) decalitres


IV. Convert 6250 grams into the following units.

(i) decagrams

(ii) kilograms

(iii) milligrams


V. Convert 4538 decilitres into the following units.

(i) litres

(ii) decalitres

(iii) hectolitres


VI. Convert 6 g 7 dg 9 cg 2 mg into mg

VII. Convert 9 l 5 dl 8 cl 4 ml into ml.

VIII. Convert 5 km 8 hm 7 dam into dam.

IX. Fill in the blanks.

(i) 20 cm = _____________ mm

(ii) 2525 cg = _____________ g

(iii) 2000 l = _____________ kl

(iv) 23 kg = _____________ dag

(v) 25 hm = _____________ m

(vi) 307 dg = _____________ dag

(vii) 3000 hl = _____________ kl

(viii) 5207 m = _____________ km


X. Fill in the boxes.

(i) 8 km = ____ m

(ii) 4.325 kg = ____ g

(iii) 20.325 kl = ____ hl

(iv) ____ mm = 2m

(v) ____ dag = 5 kg

(vi) ____ mm = 25 cm

(vii) 25382 mg = ____ g ____ mg

(viii) 5405 l = ____ kl ____ l

(ix) 2496 mm = ____ m ____ dm ____ cm ____ mm

(x) 5949 ml = ____ l ____ dl ____ cl ____ ml

(xi) 9 kg 5 hg 2 dag 3 g = ______ g

(xii) 6 m 2 dm 4 cm 9 mm = ______ mm

(xiii) 2 l 5 dl 9 cl 5 ml = ______ ml

(xiv) 8 m 9 dm 3 cm = ______ cm

Answers for the worksheet on metric measures are given below.


Answers:


I. (i) 145000 m

(ii) 14500000 cm

(iii) 1450 hm


II. (i) 45670 hm

(ii) 4.567 km

(iii) 4567000 mm


III. (i) 2500 cl

(ii) 25000 ml

(iii) 2.5 dal


IV. (i) 625 dam

(ii) 250 g

(iii) 6250000 mg


V. (i) 453.8 l

(ii) 45.38 dal

(iii) 4.538 hl


VI. 6792 mg

VII. 9584 ml.

VIII. 587 dam.

IX. (i) 200

(ii) 25.25

(iii) 2

(iv) 2300

(v) 2500

(vi) 3.07

(vii) 300

(viii) 5.207


X. (i) 8000

(ii) 4325

(iii) 203.25

(iv) 2000

(v) 500

(vi) 250

(vii) 25, 382

(viii) 5, 405

(ix) 2, 4, 9, 6

(x) 5, 9, 4, 9

(xi) 9523

(xii) 6249

(xiii) 2595

(xiv) 893







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