# Measurement of Length, Weight, Capacity for Class 3

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1) Ali had 3 strings of different lengths. String A was 7 m 6 cm. String B was 54 cm shorter than String A. String C was twice as long as String B. What was the total length of the 3 strings?
1. 6 m 52 cm
2. 13 m 4 cm
3. 19 m 56 cm
4. 26 m 62 cm

2) The capacity of a tank is 8 ℓ. The tank contained some water. Mr Lim poured 3 ℓ 56 mℓ of water into the tank. John poured another 4 bottles of water into the tank to fill it to the brim. Each bottle contained 750 mℓ of water. How much water was in the tank at first?

1. 1944 ℓ
2. 1944 mℓ
3. 4194 mℓ
4. 5000 mℓ

3) The mass of a 15-cm plastic ruler is about _________.

1. 10 g
2. 10 kg
3. 100 g
4. 100 kg

4) Cassy had 10 bottles. She poured 500 mℓ of fruit juice equally into each bottle. She had 3 ℓ 25 mℓ of fruit juice left. How much fruit juice did she have at first?

5)The mass of a goose is 3 kg 250 g. The goose is heavier than a duck by 900g. What is the total mass of the duck and the goose?

1. 2 kg 350 g
2. 4 kg 150 g
3. 5 kg 600 g
4. 7 kg 400 g

6) How much water is in the bottle?

1. 1 ℓ  50 mℓ
2. 1 ℓ  500 mℓ
3. 3 ℓ  50 mℓ
4. 3 ℓ  500 mℓ

7) What is the mass of the container of cooking oil?

1. 2 kg 7 g
2. 2 kg 70 g
3. 2 kg 700 g
4. 2 kg 7000 g

8) 2 m 4 cm = _________cm

1. 24
2. 204
3. 240
4. 2040

9) Express 2 ℓ 9 mℓ in milllilitres.

1. 29 mℓ
2. 209 mℓ
3. 2009 mℓ
4. 2090 mℓ

10) What is 5 ℓ 30 mℓ in mℓ ?

1. 530 mℓ
2. 5003 mℓ
3. 5030 mℓ
4. 5300 mℓ

11) 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?

12) A rope is 26 m long. A stick is half as long as the rope while a rod is 5 times as long as the stick. What is the lenght of the rod?

13)What is 19 m 70 cm in cm?

1. 197 cm
2. 970 cm
3. 1970 cm
4. 19070 cm

14) Josh is 168 cm tall.
His sister is 12 cm shorter than he.
What is the height of Josh and his sister. Give your answer in m and cm.

15) The library is 2950 m away from Keya's home. What is the distance in km and m?

1. 0 km 295 m
2. 2 km 950 m
3. 20 km 95 m
4. 295 km 0 m