# Grade 4 Measurement of Length Weight and Capacity Worksheet - Set 1

Practice Questions with Answers for Grade 4 Measurement of Length, Weight and Capacity

Q1) For every 2 ℓ  of blackcurrant drink, Melissa needs to use 1/4​  ℓ  of syrup. How much syrup will she need to make 10 ℓ  of blackcurrant drink? Express your answer as a mixed number.

Ans: ________ ℓ

1 1/4​  ℓ

Q2)Chris had two ropes. The shorter rope was 5.35 m. The total length of the two ropes was 32.6 m after rounding off the total length to the nearest tenth. What was the longest possible length of the longer rope? Leave your answer correct to 1 decimal place.

Ans: ________ m

27.3

Q3)James covered 3.55 km for every round that he ran around a park. What was the total distance that he covered if he ran 4 round around the park, assuming that he took the same route for every round he ran?

Ans: ________ km____m

14 km 200 m

Q4)Tim is 5.5 kg lighter than Sam, Ben is twice as heavy as Tim. The total mass of the three boys is 159.1 kg. What is Tim's mass?

Ans:____________

Tim's mass is 38.4 kg.

Q5) A wire 10.2 m long is cut into two pieces. One piece is 3 times as long as the other. Find the length of the longer piece in metres.

Ans:____________

The length of the longer piece is 7.7 m.

Q6) There were 3 1/8​ ℓ  of milk in a jug. Mr Lee drank 1/4​ ℓ  of the milk while Mrs Lee drank 1/2​ ℓ  of the milk. How many litres of milk were left in the jug?

Ans: ___________________

There were 2 3/8​ ℓ of milk left in the jug.

Q7)The following are the information of three different types of tiles. Use the information to answer the question below.

Kim has a stack of 21 different types of tiles which are made up of a combination of Tiles A, B and C. 9 of them are Tiles C. The total mass of the 21 tiles is 13 kg 690g. How many Tiles A and Tiles B does she have altogether?

Ans: ________________

There are 5 Tiles As and 7 Tiles Bs.

Q8)The diagram below shows 3 bars, A, B and C. Given that the total length of the 3 bars is 3520 cm, find the length of bar C.

Ans: ________________

745cm

Q9) Mrs Tan bought 3 ℓ of lemonade. Her daughter drank 14​  ℓ and her son drank 38​  ℓ. After Mrs Tan drank some of the lemonade, there was 1 1/2​  ℓ left.

(a) How much more lemonade did her son drink than her daughter?
(b) How much lemonade did Mrs Tan drink?

Ans: (a) _____________

(b) _____________

​(a) 18​  L
(b) 78​  L

Q10)The total mass of John and David is 150kg 400g. The total mass of Roy and David is 138kg 600g. The total mass of the 3 boys is 216kg 400g.
(a) What is the mass of David?
(b) What is the mass of John?

Ans: (a) _______________(b) _______________