Measuring volume

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Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will identify the value of intervals on a scale in order to round the volume of a container.

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4 Questions

Q1.
5000g or 5kg. Which mass is heavier?
5000g
5kg
Correct answer: They are the same mass
Q2.
What statement describes this picture best?
Correct answer: The can feels heavier than the mass so the can must weigh more than 500g
The can feels lighter than the mass so the can must weigh less than 500g
Q3.
Use the image below to choose the best estimate for the mass of the parcel.
125g
150g
1kg
Q4.
Find the difference
420g - 345g = 100g
420g - 345g = 70g
Correct answer: 420g - 345g = 75g
420g - 345g = 80g

4 Questions

Q1.
What is 1L in ml?
10000ml
100ml
10ml
Q2.
What is the value of the intervals?
100ml
10ml
200ml
Q3.
What is the volume of the liquid in the container?
230ml
238ml
250ml
Q4.
What is the volume of the liquid in the container?
30L