Decimals and measures: Convert standard lengths

Decimals and measures: Convert standard lengths

Lesson details

Key learning points

  1. In this lesson, we will convert between standard units of length - millimetres, centimetres, metres and kilometres.

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4 Questions

Q1.
What is the value shown on the scale?
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Correct answer: 365 g
375 g
380 g
Q2.
What is the approximate value shown on the scale?
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1.8 kg
Correct answer: 1.83 kg
1.85 kg
Q3.
What is the value shown on the scale?
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-13°C
Correct answer: -16°C
13°C
16°C
Q4.
The numbers on the ruler represent centimetres. What is the value shown on the scale?
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0.22 cm
Correct answer: 2.2 cm
22 cm

7 Questions

Q1.
1000 x 4 =
0.004
40
400
Correct answer: 4000
Q2.
700 ÷ 10 =
0.7
7
Correct answer: 70
Q3.
What number is 10 times smaller than 70?
60
Correct answer: 7
700
80
Q4.
What number is 10 times greater than 400?
350
Correct answer: 4000
450
Q5.
How many millimetres are equivalent to one metre?
1
10
100
Correct answer: 1000
Q6.
How many centimetres are equivalent to one metre?
1
10
Correct answer: 100
1000
Q7.
How many metres are equivalent to one kilometre?
1
10
100
Correct answer: 1000

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