# IMO important questions for Class 3 on Measurement

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1) The capacity of a bottle is 2 litres.
There are 1245 mℓ of juice in the bottle.
How much more juice must be added to fill the bottle completely?

Ans: __________

2) Express 3 kg 40 g in grams.

1. 340 g
2. 3004 g
3. 3040 g
4. 3400 g

3) Rope A is 10 m long.
It is cut into two pieces.
The first piece is shorter than the second piece by 60 cm.
What is the length of the second piece?

Ans: __________

4) My father's height is about _________ .

1. 17 cm
2. 17 m
3. 170 cm
4. 170 m

5) What is the total volume of water in the set of beakers below?

1. 1 ℓ   100 mℓ
2. 1 ℓ   550 mℓ
3. 1 ℓ   600 mℓ
4. 1 ℓ   650 mℓ

6) A string is 9 m long. Siti cuts off 5 m 80 cm of it.
How much string is left?

1. 32 cm
2. 320 cm
3. 420 cm
4. 480 cm

7) Sohini pours 5 bottles of water into an empty 5-litre jug.
Each bottle contains 450 mℓ of water.
How much more water must be added to the jug to fill it to its brim?

1. 2 ℓ  250 mℓ
2. 3 ℓ  250 mℓ
3. 2 ℓ  750 mℓ
4. 7 ℓ  750 mℓ

8) 35 g more than 4 kg is __________ g.

1. 39
2. 3965
3. 4035
4. 4350

9) The mass of the watermelon is __________

1. 1 kg 6 g
2. 1 kg 30 g
3. 1 kg 300 g
4. 1 kg 600 g

10) Josh and Dan have a total mass of 56 kg 980 g. Dan and Abhay have a total mass of 64 kg 700 g. How much heavier is Abhay than Josh?

Ans:_____kg _____g

11) There is 3 kg 450 g of milk powder in a tin. Mr Lim uses 34 g of it to make a glass of milk. He then puts the remaining milk powder equally into 4 cans. How much milk powder does one can contain?

Ans:______________

12) Mr Singh drinks 250ml  of water in the morning and 400mℓ  in the afternoon. ​​​​​​​How much water will he drink in 3 days?

1. 650mℓ
2. 750mℓ
3. 1ℓ 200mℓ
4. 1ℓ 950mℓ

13) Joyce bought 4 bottles of syrup.
She used 2 bottles and had 6ℓ  of syrup left.
How many litres did she have at first?

1. 8ℓ
2. 12ℓ
3. 24ℓ
4. 36ℓ

14) Tank A has a capacity of 23 ℓ  130 mℓ . Tank B has a capacity which is 5 ℓ  70 mℓ  more than Tank A. What is the capacity of Tank B?

Ans:______ℓ  ______ mℓ

15) A jug can hold 325 mℓ of water. A pail can hold 1 ℓ 300 mℓ of water. How many jugs can the pail fill?

1. 7
2. 6
3. 5
4. 4

16) A piece of wire is 210 cm long. It is cut into 4 pieces. 3 of the pieces are of equal length. The fourth piece is 66 cm long. How long is one of the equal pieces?

Ans: __________

17) Leah ran round a rectangular field twice yesterday. The length of the field is 50 m its breadth is 28 m. What was the distance she ran?

Ans: __________

18) Cindy fills up half of Container Y with 5 bottles of water. Each bottle contains 300 mℓ of water. What is the capacity of Container Y?

Ans: __________

19) The total mass of 2 boys is about __________ .

1. 6 kg
2. 60 g
3. 60000 g
4. 6 kg 130 g

20) The capacity of the pail is 1100 mℓ. How many bottles of 150 mℓ of water are needed to fill the pail to the brim?

1. 6
2. 7
3. 8
4. 9

21) Ribbon A is 3 m 6 cm long. Ribbon B is 173 cm shorter than Ribbon A. What is the total length of the two ribbons?

1. 133 cm
2. 187 cm
3. 439 cm
4. 493 cm

22) Harish jogged 1 km 550 m and cycled 2 km 600 m. What is the total distance travelled by him?

23) The height of the flag-pole in the parade square is approximately ___________________.

1. 350 m
2. 350 cm
3. 35 m
4. 35 cm

24) 10ℓ - 7ℓ 302mℓ = __________________ mℓ

25) The capacity of the tin of paint is 8 times of the bottle of dye.
​​​​​​​What is the capacity of the bottle of dye?

26) Ena bought a bottle of oil and 3 packets of flour. The mass of each packet of flour was 500 g. The 3 packets of flour were 375 g heavier than the bottle of oil.

(a) What was the mass of the 3 packets of flour?

(b) What was the mass of the bottle of oil?

(a) ___________________

(b) ___________________

27) Jenny is 148 cm tall.
She is 16 cm taller than Peter but 17 cm shorter than Yami.
What is the total height of Peter and Yami?

28) To make an orange drink, Pauline mixed 400 ml of syrup with twice as much water. She then poured the orange drink equally into 8 empty cups. How many millilitres of orange drink did each cup contain?