Converting Standard Units

Converting measurements of length, mass, volume and time from one unit of measure to another.

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This is level 7; Mixed questions. You can earn a trophy if you get at least 7 questions correct.

 1. Mr Finklestein weights ninety six kilograms. How many grams is that? g 2. How many centimetres are there in nineteen metres? cm 3. If there are nine hours left until your favourite TV programme, how many minutes is that? min 4. Archimedes' bath is topped up with 8420cL of boiling hot water. Convert 8420cL to litres. L 5. It takes Aimee three and a half hours to paint a fence. It takes Lucy five hours to paint the same fence. How many minutes longer does it take Lucy than Aimee? min 6. What is the cost in Thailand of 300g of soap powder if it is sold for 90 baht per kilogram? baht 7. A plastic water pipe is 3m 32cm long. if fifty one centimetres are cut off, how long is the piece of the pipe that is left? Give your answer in centimetres. cm 8. A coin weighs 8g 95mg. What is the weight of the coin in milligrams? mg 9. Ann weighs 41kg 559g. Maggie weighs 49kg 982g . What is their combined weight in grams? g 10. A Fortuner car weighs 1,817kg. What would the total weight of 5 of these cars be? Give your answer in tonnes. t
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Common Units

Length

UnitRelationship
kilometre (km)1 km = 1000 m
metre (m)
centimetre (cm)100 cm = 1 m
millimetre (mm)1000 mm = 1 m

Area

UnitRelationship
square kilometre (km2)1 km2 = 1000000 m2
hectare (ha)1 ha = 10000 m2
square metre (m2)1 m2 = 10000 cm2
square centimetre (cm2)1 cm2 = 100 mm2

Volume

UnitRelationship
cubic metre (m3)1 m3 = 1000 L
litre (L)
centilitre (cL)100 cL = 1 L
millilitre (mL)1000 mL = 1 L
cubic centimetre (cm3)1000 cm3 = 1 L

Weight (mass)

UnitRelationship
tonne (t)1 t = 1000 kg
kilogram (kg)1 kg = 1000 g
gram (g)
milligram (mg)1000 mg = 1 g

Time

UnitRelationship
day (d)1 d = 24 hr
hour (hr)1 hr = 60 min
minute (min)1 min = 60 s
second (s)

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