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1) Which of the following is the heaviest?
1. 8009 g
2. 8900 g
3. 8 kg 90 g
4. 8 kg 9 g

2) Express 4 m 3 cm in cm.

1. 43 cm
2. 403 cm
3. 430 cm
4. 4030 cm

3) Troy and his team collected an amount of water for the competition they took part in. The amount of water was poured into measuring cyclinder.
How much is the amount of water they collect?

1. 1500 mℓ
2. 1575 mℓ
3. 2100 mℓ
4. 3250 mℓ

4) The capacity of a household kettle is approximately ________.

1. 25 ℓ
2. 25 mℓ
3. 250 ℓ
4. 2500 mℓ

5) 5 km 66 m = __________m

1. 506 m
2. 566 m
3. 5,066 m
4. 50,066 m

6) The diagram below shows the volume of water in beakers A and B. What is the total volume of water in the two beakers?

1. 150mℓ
2. 250mℓ
3. 350mℓ
4. 550mℓ

7) Study the figure below. What is the mass of each disc?

1. 9 kg 800 g
2. 4 kg 900 g
3. 2 kg 450 g
4. 1 kg 225 g

8) The volume of Bottle A is 650mℓ. The volume of Bottle B is 200mℓ less than that of Bottle A. The volume of Bottle B is 300mℓ more than Bottle C.Find the volume of Bottle C.

1. 150mℓ
2. 100mℓ
3. 250mℓ
4. 350mℓ

9) Joseph bought orange syrup for a party.
He drank 250mℓ of it and poured the rest equally into 2 jugs.
Each jug contained 800mℓ of orange syrup.
How much orange syrup did Joseph buy in the beginning?

1. 1700
2. 1850
3. 1920
4. 2050

10)  The total mass of Sai and Vicky is ____________.

1. 56 kg
2. 62 kg
3. 75 kg
4. 80 kg

11) A pole is painted blue and red as shown below.The red part is 64 cm long.It is 18 cm longer than the blue part.
How long is the pole?

1. 110
2. 120
3. 124
4. 132

12) Mrs Suri bought some bottles of cooking oil as shown below. How much cooking oil did she buy altogether?

1. 3 ℓ 450 mℓ
2. 4 ℓ 150 mℓ
3. 4 ℓ 250 mℓ
4. 5 ℓ 150 mℓ

13) The capacity of a pail is 8 ℓ. 7 bottles of water are poured into the empty pail. Each bottle contains 695 mℓ of water. How much more water must be added to fill the pail completely?

1. 2 ℓ 185 mℓ
2. 3 ℓ 105 mℓ
3. 3 ℓ 135 mℓ
4. 3 ℓ 195 mℓ

14) Three children have a total mass of 108 kg. Muthu is 12 kg lighter than Bob. Ken is twice as heacy as Muthu. What is Ken's weight?

1. 34kg
2. 38kg
3. 48kg
4. 56kg

15) Nyasa bought 186 cm of cloth. Mili bought 39 cm more cloth than Nyasa.
Lily bought two times as much cloth as Mili.
How much cloth did Lily buy?

1. 450cm
2. 408cm
3. 550cm
4. 568cm