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Kilograms and Grams: Converting and Calculating

In this worksheet, students carry out calculations on weights giving their answers in grams.

'Kilograms and Grams: Converting and Calculating' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Measurement

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Four Operations Problems

Difficulty level:  

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Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

Remember that there are 1000 g in 1 kg.  

Sometimes it is easier to convert masses to grams before carrying out calculations, especially if the answer is to be given in grams.

 

Example

Work out 3 kg 625 g ÷ 5, giving your answer in grams.

 

Answer

First we convert 3 kg 625 g to grams, giving us 3625 g

Then we divide

 

 

The answer is 725 g

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g x 5

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g ÷ 5

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g + 5 g

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 10 g - 15 g

 

1250 g

950 g

995 g

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 200g x 3

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 200g ÷ 3

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

14 kg 220g ÷ 3

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 150g x 3

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

6 kg 150g ÷ 5

 

(just write the number)

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

49 kg 380g ÷ 4

 

(just write the number)

  • Question 1

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g x 5

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
6000
  • Question 2

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g ÷ 5

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
240
  • Question 3

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 200g + 5 g

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
1205
  • Question 4

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

1 kg 10 g - 15 g

 

CORRECT ANSWER
995 g
  • Question 5

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 200g x 3

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
12600
  • Question 6

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 200g ÷ 3

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
1400
  • Question 7

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

14 kg 220g ÷ 3

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
4740
  • Question 8

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

4 kg 150g x 3

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
12450
  • Question 9

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

6 kg 150g ÷ 5

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
1230
  • Question 10

Work out the following, giving your answer in grams.

 

49 kg 380g ÷ 4

 

(just write the number)

CORRECT ANSWER
12345
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