Worksheet on Multiplication of Metric Measures

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on multiplication of metric measures. Metric measures are multiplied in the same way as we multiply ordinary numbers.

I. Find the product of the following:

(i) 5 kg 2 hg 7 dag 9 g × 3

(ii) 4 kl 3 hl 8 dal 7 l × 9

(iii) 6 hm 3 dam 0 m 4 dm × 7

(iv) 4 km 0 hm 0 dam 9 m × 12

(v) 3 l 1 dl 7 cl 3 ml × 15

(vi) 4 hg 3 dag 0 g 8 dg × 11

(vii) 4 g 3 dg 6 cg 8 mg × 19

(viii) 7 m 8 dm 4 cm 3 mm × 10

(ix) 3 kl 4 hl 3 dal 8 l × 17

(x) 6 kg 3 hg 0 dag 8 g × 12

(xi) 2 hm 2 dam 1 m 6 dm × 14

(xii) 3 l 9 dl 3 cl 8 ml × 24


II. Multiply the given metric measurements:

(i) 146 km 32 m by 12

(ii) 74 m 22 cm by 16

(iii) 85 kg 225 g by 25

(iv) 200 g 96 mg by 40

 (v) 38 l 426 ml by 61

 (vi) 350 kl 64 dal by 20


III. Express in terms of metres:

(i) 908.14 km

(ii) 318.38 hm

(iii) 520.12 dam


IV. Express in terms of litres:

(i) 2.4 kl

(ii) 29.3 hl

(iii) 96.18 dal


V. Solve the following:

(i) Max filled nine bottles of 500 ml capacity with water. How much water do all the bottles contain in all?

(ii) A drum can contain 224 l 500 ml of petrol. How much petrol will 12 such drums contain in all?

(iii) Sara travelled 9 days continuously. She travelled 325.25 km each day. What distance did she travel in all?

(iv) If Nina walks 5340 m each day, how many kilometers did she walk in the month of January?

(v) Ron has 1 l 380 ml of milk. He gave to his brother. What quantity of milk is now left with him?

 

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


Answers:


I. (i) 15 kg 8 hg 3 dag 7 g

(ii) 39 kl 4 hl 8 dal 3 l

(iii) 44 hm 1 dam 2 m 8 dm

(iv) 48 km 1 hm 0 dam 8 m

(v) 47 l 5 dl 9 cl 5 ml

(vi) 47 hg 3 dag 8 g 8 dg

(vii) 82 g 9 dg 9 cg 2 mg

(viii) 78 m 4 dm 3 cm 0 mm

(ix) 58 kl 4 hl 4 dal 6 l

(x) 75 kg 6 hg 9 dag 6 g

(xi) 31 hm 0 dam 2 m 4 dm

(xii) 94 l 5 dl 1 cl 2 ml


II. (i) 1752.384 km

(ii) 1187.52 m

(iii) 2130.625 kg

(iv) 8003.84 g

 (v) 2343.986 l

 (vi) 7012.8 kl

 


III. (i) 908140 m

(ii) 31838 m

(iii) 5201.2 m


IV. (i) 2400 l

(ii) 2930 l

(iii) 961.8 l

Worksheet on Multiplication of Metric Measures

V. (i) 4.5 l

(ii) 2694 l

(iii) 2927.25 km

(iv) 165.54 kilometers

(v) 690 ml







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