Solving problems involving various units of measure

Word problems that challenge us to convert between various units of measures previously covered in the unit.

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Q1.Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 200 kg?

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Q2.Person A lifts 440 pounds and person B lifts 215 kilograms. How much more does person B lift than person A?

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Q3.At the gym Anthony lifts 8 kg and Declan lifts 12 kg, what is the total amount they both lift in pounds?

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Q4.A family carry four suitcases with the following weights: 20 kg, 33 lb, 22 kg, 30.8 lb. What is the total weight of all 4 suitcases?

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Q5.What is the answer to the following calculation? 50 kg x 2 + 110 lb

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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!

Question 1

Question 2

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Question 4

Question 5

Q1.Which of the below is approximately equivalent to 200 kg?

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Q2.Person A lifts 440 pounds and person B lifts 215 kilograms. How much more does person B lift than person A?

2/5

Q3.At the gym Anthony lifts 8 kg and Declan lifts 12 kg, what is the total amount they both lift in pounds?

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Q4.A family carry four suitcases with the following weights: 20 kg, 33 lb, 22 kg, 30.8 lb. What is the total weight of all 4 suitcases?

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Q5.What is the answer to the following calculation? 50 kg x 2 + 110 lb

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Solving problems involving various units of measure

A quiz about worded problems involving different units of measure.

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Q1.It takes me 50 minutes to complete an 8 km walk. In theory, how long would it take me to complete a 16 km walk?

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Q2.If it takes a nail around 3 mm to grow in 1 month, then how long does a nail grow in 1 year?

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Q3.If an athlete can run 5 miles in approximately 20 minutes, then how long will it take them to run 32 km?

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Q4.A hairdresser uses approx. 120 g of hair dye for every 20 cm of hair. If my hair is 50 cm long then how much hair dyes will she need to use?

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Q5.My friend completes a 120 mile charity walk in 20 days. In 10 days, what is this the equivalent to?

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Solving problems involving various units of measure

A quiz about worded problems involving different units of measure.

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Q1.It takes me 50 minutes to complete an 8 km walk. In theory, how long would it take me to complete a 16 km walk?

1/5

Q2.If it takes a nail around 3 mm to grow in 1 month, then how long does a nail grow in 1 year?

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Q3.If an athlete can run 5 miles in approximately 20 minutes, then how long will it take them to run 32 km?

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Q4.A hairdresser uses approx. 120 g of hair dye for every 20 cm of hair. If my hair is 50 cm long then how much hair dyes will she need to use?

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Q5.My friend completes a 120 mile charity walk in 20 days. In 10 days, what is this the equivalent to?

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