Worksheet on Third Grade Measurement of Capacity

Practice the math worksheet on third grade measurement of capacity. We know, the standard unit of capacity is liters (l) and the smaller unit of capacity is milliliters (ml). The relation between these units will help us to solve different types of problems on measuring capacity and volume.

1. Which will you call as volume and which as capacity?

2. A bucket has 2 litters of capacity. I have a container of 200 ml. How many times will I use the container to fill the bucket?


3. Fill in the gaps:

(i) 3500 ml = ............... litre ............... ml.

(ii) 2 l, 300 ml = ............... millilitre.

(iii) Unit of measurement of kerosene oil is ............... .

(iv) Syrup is measured in ............... .

4. Added the following:

(i) 5 l 370 ml + 9 l 850 ml

(ii) 4 l 150 ml + 5 l 810 ml

(iii) 7 l 158 ml + 4 l 275 ml

(iv) 7 l 372 ml + 5 l 640 ml


5. Subtract:

(i) 9 l 840 ml - 3 l 250 ml

(ii) 7 l 300 ml - 2 l 150 ml

(iii) 11 l 875 ml - 4 l 392 ml

(iv) 5 l 250 ml - 1 l 575 ml


6. There are two cows giving 7 l, 670 ml and 6 l, 250 ml of milk respectively. How much milk do the two cows give in all?

7. A milkman had 8 l, 630 ml of milk. He sold 3 l, 90 ml of it. How much milk is left unsold?

8. Which is more and by how much?

2 l, 56 ml + 4 l, 150 ml or 6 l, 375 ml - 1 l, 60 ml

9. A container contains 16 l, 615 ml of water. 3 l, 385 ml of more water can be poured in it. Find the capacity of the container.


Answers for the worksheet on third grade measurement of capacity are given below to check the exact answers of the above questions on standard units of capacity and volume.


Answers:


1. Volume of an object is an external measure; capacity is its internal volume

2. 10 times

3. (i) 3 l 500 ml

(ii) 2300 ml

(iii) liter

(iv) ml


4. (i) 15 l 220 ml

(ii) 9 l 960 ml

(iii) 11 l 433 ml

(iv) 13 l 012 ml


5. (i) 6 l 590 ml

(ii) 5 l 150 ml

(iii) 7 l 483 ml

(iv) 3 l 675 ml


6. 13 l 920 ml

7. 5 l 540 ml

8. Sum is more by 891 ml

9. 20 ml






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