**Download Measuring Mass Worksheet for Grade 3**

Q.1) Convert:

6 kg = __ g

Q.2) Convert:

2 kg 186 g = __ g

Q.3) Convert:

4000 g = __ kg

Q.4) Convert:

2604 g = __ kg __ g

Q.5) Add 13 kg 136 g and 54 kg 641 g ?

a) 64 kg 558 g

b) 70 kg 643 g

c) 67 kg 777 g

Q.6) Add 25 kg 235 g and 12 kg 784 g ?

a) 38 kg 019 g

b) 34 kg 239 g

c) 41 kg 139 g

Q.7) Subtract:

46 kg 768 g – 21 kg 255 g ?

a) 25 kg 513 g

b) 22 kg 635 g

c) 23 kg 602 g

Q.8) Subtract:

63 kg 256 g – 32 kg 535 g ?

a) 27 kg 682 g

b) 28 kg 642 g

c) 30 kg 721 g

### Measuring Mass Worksheet Explanations

**Q.1) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

As we know that,

1 kg = 1000 g

To find 6 kg in g. We have to multiply both sides by 6

( 6 x 1 ) kg = ( 6 x 1000 ) g

6 kg = 6000 g

**Q.2) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

2 kg 186 g can also be written as 2 kg + 186 g

To change 2 kg + 186 g into g

we have to convert 2 kg in g

As we know that,

1 kg = 1000 g

2 kg = ( 2 x 1000 ) g

2 kg = 2000 g

Therefore,

2 kg + 186 g = 2000 g + 186 g

= 2186 g

**Q.3) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

As we know that,

1 kg = 1000 g

or 1000 g = 1kg

then,

1 g = 1/1000 kg

To find 4000 g in kg. We have to multiply both sides by 4000

( 4000 x 1 ) g = ( 4000 x 1/1000 )kg

4000 g = 4 kg

**Q.4) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

As we know that,

1 kg = 1000 g

or 1000 g = 1 kg

then,

1 g = 1/1000 kg

To find 2604 g in kg and g. We have to multiply both sides by 2604

( 2604 x 1 ) g = ( 2604 x 1/1000 )kg

2604 g = 2.604 kg

Digits before decimal point is written with kilogram ( kg ) and after decimal point with gram ( g )

Hence, 2604 g = 2 kg 604 g

**Q.5) Explanation – **

Step I: Write Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) aligned in columns properly.

Step II: Add Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) as we add numbers in Addition.

Hence, the sum is 67 kg 777 g

**Correct Answer – c) 67 kg 777 g**

**Q.6) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

Step I: Write Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) aligned in columns properly.

Step II: Add Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) as we add numbers in Addition.

Hence, the sum is 38 kg 019 g

**Correct Answer – a) 38 kg 019 g**

**Q.7) Explanation – **

Step I: Write Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) aligned in columns properly.

Step II: Subtract Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) as we subtract numbers in Subtraction.

Hence, the difference is 25 kg 513 g

**Correct Answer – a) 25 kg 513 g**

**Q.8) Explanation – Measuring Mass Worksheet**

Step I: Write Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) aligned in columns properly.

Step II: Subtract Kilograms (kg) and Grams (g) as we subtract numbers in Subtraction.

Hence, the difference is 30 kg 721 g

**Correct Answer – c) 30 kg 721 g**

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