# Class 4 Measurement worksheet for IMO Level 2

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Q1) 23 books are put one on top of the other.
6 of them have a thickness of 1.6 cm each, 9 of them have a thickness of 2.4 cm each and the rest are of the same thickness each.
If the height of the pile of books is 43.28 cm,
what is the thickness of each of the remaining books?

Ans: ______________

1.51

Q2) Box X is 4kg 500g heavier than Box Y.
Box Y is 5kg 500g heavier than Box Z.
If Box Z weighs 15kg 250g, what is the mass of Box X?

Ans: __________ kg

25kg 250g

Q3) How tall is the hippopotamus?

Ans: ___________ m

1.37 m

Q4) Uncle Tom bought 10ℓ  of paint. He used 4ℓ 250mℓ  to paint the hall and 3ℓ 300mℓ  to paint his bedroom. He accidentally spilt 489mℓ  of paint. How much paint did he have left?

Ans: __________

1ℓ 961mℓ

Q5)The total capacity of 4 bottles is 5ℓ 248mℓ.
Bottle A has a capacity of 1ℓ 278mℓ.
Bottle B can hold 550mℓ  less than Bottle A.
Bottle C can hold 135mℓ  more than the total capacity of Bottles A and B.
Bottle D can hold 1ℓ 40mℓ  less than Bottle C.
What is the capacity of Bottle D?

Ans: __________

1ℓ101m

Q6) SN Road is 17km 800m long. Landsdown Road is 2km 11m shorter. What is the length of Landsdown Road?

Ans: __________

15km 790m

Q7) A basket of lychees has a mass of 2kg 580g. The total mass of a basket of longans and the same basket of lychees is 4kg 260g. How much heavier is the basket of lychees?

Ans: __________ kg

900 g

Q8)Pia had 1m of wire. She gave 64cm of it to Jiah and the remaining wire to Shelly. Jiah used the total length of wire given to her to form a square. Shelly bent the wire given to her to form a triangle of equal sides. What was the difference in length between one side of a square and a triangle?

Ans: __________

4cm

Q9)There are 2 litres of water in Ian's flask. He fills up three identical cups with water completely. The capacity of each cup is 600 ml. What is the amount of water left in the flask?

1. 200 ml
2. 598 ml
3. 1400 ml
4. 1800 ml

A.

Q10)Ricie traveled 3 5/6​  km in the morning and 5 1/3​  km in the afternoon.
Find the total distance traveled by him.

1. 8 1/6​  km
2. 8 5/6​  km
3. 9 1/6​  km
4. 9 5/6​  km

C.

Q11) A baker bought 200kg 680g of flour. He used 54kg 280g of the flour and divided the rest into 6 equal portions to make some tarts. What was the mass of each portion of flour?

Ans: __________

24 kg 400g

Q12) Find the mass required to balance the scale below.

Ans: __________ g

500 g

Q13) A glass is 2/3​  full of orange juice. When another 50 ml of orange juice is added, it becomes 89​  full. How much orange juice can the glass hold when it is completely full?

1. 25 ml
2. 100 ml
3. 200 ml
4. 225 ml

D.

Q14)Nurse Nina has a container of cough mixture and 3 empty bottles.
After she filled each of the bottles with 350 ml of the cough mixture, she had 210 ml of it left in the container. How much cough mixture did the container hold at first? Give your answer in litres and ml.

Ans: __________

1 ℓ 260 mℓ

Q15)Mrs Tay used 10 kg 600 g of flour, 6 kg 55 g of butter and 5 kg 4 g of sugar to bake some cakes. What is the total weight of ingredients used? (Round off the answer to the nearest kg.)