# Class 4 Maths Measurement MCQs

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**Q1) Melvin placed 10 similar poles in a row with equal distances between them. If the distance between the second and the fifth pole is 240 cm, what is the distance between the first and the last pole?**

**800 cm****720 cm****600 cm****540 cm**

**Answer**

** B.**

**Q2) Express 1002 cm in metres and centimetres.**

**1 m 2 cm****1 m 20 cm****10 m 2 cm****10 m 20 cm**

**Answer**

** C.**

**Q3) ****A piece of wire 3m long is cut into 2 pieces. One of the pieces is used to form a square of side 40cm. The other piece is used to form another square. How long is the side of the 2nd square?**

**35 cm****65 cm****140 cm****260 cm**

**Answer**

** A.**

**Q4) The total length of 8 identical pieces of rope is 285cm. What is the length of each piece of rope? Round off your answer to the nearest tenth.**

**35.622****35.62****35.6****35.7**

**Answer**

** C.**

**Q5) ****James had a jar which contained 2.36 litre of orange juice. His mother poured another 1.8 litre of orange juice into the jar. His brother spilled some of it. James found out that he had only 1.25 litre of orange juice left.**

**How much orange juice did his brother spill?**

**2.81 litre****2.91 litre****4.16 litre****5.41 litre**

**Answer**

** B.**

**Q6) Mrs Singh bought 16 kg of meat. She packed the meat equally into 8 plastic bags and had 1kg 40 g of meat left. How many kilograms of meat were there in each plastic bag?**

**2 kg****2kg 130g****1kg 870g****1kg 750g**

**Answer**

** C.**

**Q7) Parcel A weighs 17kg 490 g and Parcel B weighs 36 4/5 kg. What is the total mass of the two parcels?**

**53kg 370g****53kg 890g****53kg 990g****54kg 290g**

**Answer**

** D.**

**Q8) There are 3 rows of poles. In each row, there are 4 poles. Jeetha needs 2 1/3 m of rope to tie around each pole. How much rope does Jeetha need to tie around all the poles?**

**7 m****12 m****24 m****28 m**

**Answer**

** D.**

**Q9) Esther's office is 12.376 km from her house. Express this distance to the nearest hundredth kilometre.**

**12.3****12.37****12.38****12.400**

**Answer**

** C.**

**Q10) A tree is 6.9 m when its height is rounded off to 1 decimal place. Which one of the following is the actual height of the tree?**

**6.95 m****6.84 m****6.99 m****6.88 m**

**Answer**

** D**