# Worksheet on Subtraction of Metric Measures

Practice the questions given in the worksheet on subtraction of metric measures.  We know metric measures are subtracted in the same way as we subtract ordinary numbers.

I. Find the difference.

(i) 542 kg 205 g - 349 kg 729 g

(ii) 452 l 128 ml - 212 l 680 ml

(iii) 629 hm 33 dam - 438  hm 59 dam

(iv) 692 m 78 cm - 328 m 89 cm

(v) 519 kg 215 dag - 237 kg 428 dag

(vi) 729 cm 69 mm – 459 cm 73 mm

(vii) 348 m 29 cm – 199 m 68 cm

(viii) 325 kl 527 l – 298 kl 438 l

(ix) 938 dag 409 g – 749 dag 578 g

(x) 332 km 367 m – 229 km 009 m

(xi) 559 l 284 ml – 389 l 673 ml

(xii) 590 kg 038 g – 289 kg 343 g

(xiii) 318 l 426 ml – 219 l 197 ml

(xiv) 428 kg 318 g – 199 kg 427 g

(xv) 928 m 24 cm – 397 m 96 cm

(xvi) 517 km 348 m – 301 km 159 m

(xvii) 847 kg 452 g – 586 kg 264 g

(xviii) 768 kl 573 l – 589 kl 398 l

II. Find the difference.

(i) 438.269 cl – 246.738 cl

(ii) 729.386 km – 383.579 km

(iii) 559.039 dg – 296.436 dg

(iv) 638.663 kl – 388.722 kl

(v) 828.300 kg – 389.689 kg

(vi) 520.349 l – 199.238 l

(vii) 24.729 dl – 20.876 dl

(viii) 322.320 kg – 289.631 kg

(ix) 767.343 m – 509.417 m

(x) 98.368 l – 29.294 l

(xi) 632.711 km -298.679 km

(xii) 837.529 g – 495.738 g

(xiii) 328.107 dal – 226.303 dal

(xiv) 294.32 hm – 204.68 hm

(xv) 488.393 hl – 298.404 hl

(xvi) 778.612 km – 497.387 km

(xvii) 381.553 kg – 99.278 kg

(xviii) 789.432 kl – 594.199 kl

III. Subtract.

(i) 525.318 kl from 809.009 kl

(ii) 199.008 kg from 392.403 kg

(iii) 82.045 kg from 441.183 kg

(iv) 628.301 km from 923.243 km

(v) 217.138 km from 564.408 km

IV. Solve the following.

(i) Mohan weights 67.3 kg and Kamal weights 53.9 kg. Who has more weight and by how many kilograms?

(ii) Rohit travelled 327.24 km by bus, 407.98 km by train and remaining distance by his car. He travelled 987.36 km in all. What distance did he travel by his car?

(iii) Kamini bought 127.240 l of milk. Vandana bought 63.120 l less then that of kamini. How much milk did Vandana buy?

(iv) Ramesh bought 224 m 24 cm cloth. He gave 104 m 17 cm to Vinod and 27 m 54 cm to Ram. How much cloth is left with him?

Answers for the worksheet on subtraction of metric measures are given below.

I. (i) 192 kg 476 g

(ii) 239 l 448 ml

(iii) 190 hm 74 dam

(iv) 363 m 89 cm

(v) 281 kg 787 dag

(vi) 269 cm 96 mm

(vii) 148 m 61 cm

(viii) 027 kl 089 l

(ix) 188 dag 831 g

(x) 103 km 358 m

(xi) 169 l 611 ml

(xii) 300 kg 695 g

(xiii) 099 l 229 ml

(xiv) 228 kg 891 g

(xv) 530 m 28 cm

(xvi) 216 km 189 m

(xvii) 261 kg 188 g

(xviii) 179 kl 175 l

II. (i) 191.531 cl

(ii) 345.807 km

(iii) 262.603 dg

(iv) 249.941kl

(v) 438.611 kg

(vi) 321.111 l

(vii) 03.853 dl

(viii) 032.689 kg

(ix) 257.926 m

(x) 69.074 l

(xi) 334.032 km

(xii) 341.791 g

(xiii) 101.804 dal

(xiv) 089.64 hm

(xv) 189.989 hl

(xvi) 281.225 km

(xvii) 282.275 kg

(xviii) 195.233 kl

III. (i) 283.691 kl

(ii) 193.395 kg

(iii) 359.138 kg

(iv) 294.942 km

(v) 347.270 km

IV. (i) Mohan, 13.4 kg

(ii) 252.14 km

(iii) 64.12 l

(iv) 92 m 53 cm

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