Converting between units of metric mass

Introducing mass and converting between g and kg.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Which of the below is equivalent to 30 miles?

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Q2.On Monday, I completed a 5 mile walk and on Tuesday I completed a further 16 km. How far did I walk in total on both of those days?

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Q3.For charity, I completed a 60 mile walk. My cousin completed a 72 km walk. What was the total distance of our walk?

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Q4.The distance from London to Coventry is approx. 176 km. How far is this in miles (approx.)?

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Q5.Anna completed a sponsored run. For every 5 miles, she was given £15. She completed 72 km in total. How much money did she raise from her run?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Which of the below is equivalent to 30 miles?

1/5

Q2.On Monday, I completed a 5 mile walk and on Tuesday I completed a further 16 km. How far did I walk in total on both of those days?

2/5

Q3.For charity, I completed a 60 mile walk. My cousin completed a 72 km walk. What was the total distance of our walk?

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Q4.The distance from London to Coventry is approx. 176 km. How far is this in miles (approx.)?

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Q5.Anna completed a sponsored run. For every 5 miles, she was given £15. She completed 72 km in total. How much money did she raise from her run?

5/5

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Converting Between Units of Metric Mass Quiz

Converting between grams and kilograms.

Q1.Which of the below shows a correct conversion between g and kg?

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Q2.How many grams is 9.8 kg equivalent to?

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Q3.A recipe for 12 fairy cakes is listed but I cannot make out how much flour I will need, which of the below is it likely to be?

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Q4.How many kilograms is 420 grams equivalent to?

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Q5.A recipe asks for 210 g of flour and 0.2 kg of sugar, what is the total amount of flour and sugar needed?

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Converting Between Units of Metric Mass Quiz

Converting between grams and kilograms.

Q1.Which of the below shows a correct conversion between g and kg?

1/5

Q2.How many grams is 9.8 kg equivalent to?

2/5

Q3.A recipe for 12 fairy cakes is listed but I cannot make out how much flour I will need, which of the below is it likely to be?

3/5

Q4.How many kilograms is 420 grams equivalent to?

4/5

Q5.A recipe asks for 210 g of flour and 0.2 kg of sugar, what is the total amount of flour and sugar needed?

5/5

Lesson summary: Converting between units of metric mass

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