# DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 6 Worksheet 1 Solutions

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## DAV Class 4 Maths Ch 6 WS 1 Solutions

Question 1.
Fill in blanks.
(a) 4 kilograms = _________ grams
4000

(b) 13 kilograms = _________ grams
13,000

(c) 10 kilograms = _________ grams
10,000

(d) 51 kilograms = _________ grams
51,000

(e) 29 kilograms = _________ grams
29,000

(f) 300 kilograms = _________ grams
3,00,000 Question 2.
Convert the following into grams
(a) 7 kg 570 g
= 7 kg 570 g
= 7,000 g + 570 g
= 7,570 g

(b) 11 kg 910 g
= 11 kg 910 g
= 11,000g + 910g
= 11,910 g

(c) 23 kg 56 g
= 23 kg 56 g
= 23,000 g + 56 g
= 23,056 g

(d) 74 kg 3 g
= 74 kg 3 g
= 74,000 g + 3 g
= 74,003 g

(e) 105 kg 75 g
= 105 kg 75 g
= 1,05,000 g + 75 g
= 1,05,075 g

(f) 10 kg 10 g
10 kg 10 g
= 10,000 g + 10 g
= 10,010 g

(g) 329 kg 923 g
= 3,29,000 g + 923 g
= 3,29,923 g

(h) 100 kg 5 g
= 1,00,000 g + 5 g
= 1,00,005 g

(i) 3 kg 15 g
= 3000 g + 15 g
= 3,015 g

(j) 24 kg 95 g
= 24,000 g + 95 g
= 24,095 g

Question 3.
State ‘True’ or ‘Dalse’.
(a) 2 kg 340 g = 2340 g
True

(b) 6 kg 52 g = 652 g
False

(c) 190 kg = 19000 g
False

(d) 61 kg 8 g = 6108 g
False

(e) 342 kg 9 g = 3429 g
False

### DAV Class 4 Maths Chapter 6 Worksheet 1 Notes

• We generally weigh things in grams and kilograms.
• The standard unit of weight is kilogram.
• To convert kilograms into grams we multiply the given value of kilogram with 1000.
• To convert grams into kilograms we divide the given value of gram by 1000.
• For addition or subtraction of any given values, we first regroup them into their respective units.
• Many things are sold by the shopkeepers by measuring their weight. Gram (g), kilogram (kg) is generally used to measure the weight.
• 1 kilogram = 1000 g
• The standard unit of weight is kilogram.
• 1 gram = 100 centigram
• 1 centigram = 10 milligram

Review Exercise

Question 1.
Name any five things sold by shopkeeper by measuring weight.
Rice, wheat, pulses, oil and milk. Question 2.
Which unit will you choose to express the following:
(a) Weight of an Orange.
(b) Weight of a Car.
(c) Weight of your pencil box.
(d) Weight of a bag of cement.
(e) Weight of a gold chain
(f) Weight of a sack of oranges.
(a) grams
(b) kilograms
(c) grams
(d) kilograms
(e) grams
(f) kilograms

Conversions:

I. Converting kilograms into grams:
1 kg = 1000 g
We multiply the number by 1000 to convert ‘kg’ into ‘gram’.
8 kg = 8 × 1000 g
= 8000 g

II. Converting kilograms and grams into grams:
8 kg 250 gm = 8000 g + 250 g
= 8250 g
We add no. of kg by converting it into ‘gram’.