The DAV Maths Book Class 3 Solutions and **DAV Class 3 Maths Chapter 10 Worksheet 1** Solutions of Capacity offer comprehensive answers to textbook questions.

## DAV Class 3 Maths Ch 10 WS 1 Solutions

Solve the following:

Question 1.

9 litres = 9 × _____ ml = _____ ml

Solution:

9 litres = 9 × 1000 ml = 9000 ml

Question 2.

2 litres = 2 × _____ ml = _____ ml

Solution:

2 litres = 2 × 1000 ml = 2000 ml

Question 3.

4 litres = 4 × _____ ml = _____ ml

Solution:

4 litres = 4 × 1000 = 4000 ml

Question 4.

5 litres = _____ ml

Solution:

5 litres = 5000 ml

Question 5.

18 litres = _____ ml

Solution:

18 litres = 18000 ml

Question 6.

3 litres = _____ ml

Solution:

3 litres = 3000 ml

### DAV Class 3 Maths Chapter 10 Worksheet 1 Notes

- 1 litre = 1000 millilitre
- The standard unit of capacity is Litre.
- We write litres as 7’ and millilitres as ‘ml’.
- We multiply the number of litres by 1000 to convert ‘litres’ into ‘millilitres’.

Question 1.

You are given some objects. Encircle all the objects which are sold by measuring capacity.

Solution:

Do it yourself.

Question 2.

Compare the following using (>) or (<).

(a) Capacity of a water tank _____ capacity of a bucket.

Solution:

Capacity of a water tank > capacity of a bucket.

(b) Capacity of a glass _____ capacity of a jug.

Solution:

Capacity of a glass < capacity of a jug.

(c) Capacity of ink in your pen _____ capacity of ink in an inkpot.

Solution:

Capacity of ink in your pen < capacity of ink in an inkpot.

(d) Capacity of milk in 1 litre polybag _____ capacity of milk in a 1/2 litre polybag.

Solution:

Capacity of milk in 1 litre polybag > capacity of milk in a 1/2 l polybag.

Question 3.

Which unit from the box will you use to measure the following:

(a) Milk in a cup ________

Solution:

Millilitres

(b) Oil in a spoon ________

Solution:

Millilitres

(c) Water in a tank ________

Solution:

Litres

(d) Petrol in a car ________

Solution:

Litres

(e) Water in a glass ________

Solution:

Millilitres

(f) Ink in your pen ________

Solution:

Millilitres

(g) Water in a bucket ________

Solution:

Litres

(h) Juice in a bottle ________

Solution:

Litres

**Conversions**

1 litre = 1000 millilitres

Ex. 1. 4 l = 4 × 1000 millilitres = 4000 ml

Ex. 2. 5l = 5 × 1000 ml = 5000 ml.