Metric Measures Class 5 Worksheet

# Metric Measures Class 5 Worksheet

## Metric Measures Class 5 Worksheets

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## Metric Measures Class 5 Worksheet 1

1. Convert the following as indicated.

a. 347 mm into metres

b. 516 dag into kilograms

c. 8042 L into kilolitres

d. 421 cm into kilometres

2. Fill in the blanks.

a. One kilometre is equal to ___________ metres.

b. One kilogram is equal to ___________ grams.

c. One kilolitre is equal to ___________ litres.

d. ___________ millimetres are equal to one metre.

3.  Convert the following:

a. 45 km into decimetres

b. 28 hm into millimetres

c. 16.2 kg into grams

d. 623 m into centimetres

4. Convert 6 m 7 dm 4 cm 3 mm into millimetres.

5. Fill in the blanks.

a. 3295 cL = _____ daL

b. 3498 L = _____ hL = _____ kL

c. 8455 kL = _____ L = _____ cL

d. 748 dm = _____ km = _____ dam

6. Convert 5 kg 2 hg 6 dag 3 g into grams.

7. Add 42 L 625 mL and 16 L 375 mL.

8. Convert 7 L 3 dL 4 cL 5 mL into millilitres.

9. Subtract 420 cm from 5 m.

10. Multiply 4 km 3 hm 2 dam 6 m by 4.

## Metric Measures Class 5 Worksheet 2

1. Divide 8 kL 3 hL 5 daL 6 L by 5.

2. Two gold bricks were melted. One brick weighed 2 kg 900 g and the other weighed 3 kg 455 g. Find the total weight of the two bricks. During melting, 145 g of gold was lost. Determine the weight of gold left after melting.

3. Convert 5821 m into km.

4. A pen can hold 10 mL of ink. How many litres of ink is needed to fill 128 pens?

5. Convert 1568 g into kg.

6. Nitu bought 2 kg of mango pulp and added 1 kg of sugar to make jam. If the jam is filled into bottles each of capacity 300 g, then how many bottles would be filled?

7. Convert 6104 L into kL.

8. If you run around a circular park once, you will cover 75.32 metres. How many kilometres will you cover if you run around the park 20 times?

9. Convert 2.358 kg into g.

10. 10 cauliflowers weigh 9.78 kg. What is the weight of one cauliflower in grams?

Worksheet 1

1. a. 0.347 m

b. 5.16 kg

c. 8.042 kL

d. 0.00421 km

2. a. 1000     b. 1000

c. 1000     d. 1000

3. a. 4,50,000 dm

b. 28,00,000 mm

c. 16,200 g

d. 62,300 cm

4. 6743 mm

5. a. 3.295

b. 34.98; 3.498

c. 84,55,000; 84,55,00,000

d. 0.0748; 7.48

6. 5263 g

7. 59 L

8. 7345 mL

9. 80 cm

10. 17 km 3 hm 4 m

Worksheet 2

1. 1 kL 6 hL 7 daL 1.2 L

2. 6 kg 355 g; 6 kg 210 g

3. 5.821 km

4. 1.28 L

5. 1.568 kg

6. 10 bottles

7. 6.104 kL

8. 1.5064 km

9. 2358 g

10. 978 g

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