Measuring Mass and Volume: Reading Scales
• Introduction

Example

Kilograms

The arrow is pointing half way between the 1 and the 2.  This shows 1.5 kg.

Remember that this is 1500 g (grams)

Remember

1000 ml = 1 l

1000 g = 1 kg

• Question 1

How much liquid is in this jar? Read the scale & write the answer in ml. (don't include the units)

• Question 2

How much liquid is in this jar? Read the scale & write the answer in ml. (don't include the units)

• Question 3

Read the mass and write the answer in g. (don't include the units)

kilograms

• Question 4

Read the mass and write the answer in kg. (don't include the units)

kilograms

• Question 5

Read the mass and write the answer in kilograms. (don't include the units)

kilograms

• Question 6

Read the mass and write the answer in kg. (don't include the units)

kilograms

• Question 7

How much liquid is there in the jar?

Read the scale & write the answer in ml. (don't include the units)

• Question 8

How much liquid is there in the jar?

Read the scale & write the answer in litres. (don't include the units)

• Question 9