Olympiad Test: Measurement - 1


10 Questions MCQ Test Math Olympiad for Class 5 | Olympiad Test: Measurement - 1


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QUESTION: 1

Shraddha has written following statements about the metric unit she would use to measure some objects. Find the incorrect sentence among them:
1. Centimetre is used to measure the length of a pencil.
2. Kilometre is used to measure distance from any city to another.
3. Metre is used to measure depth of a bucket.
4. Metre is used to measure height of a tree.

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QUESTION: 2

A carpenter was putting up a shelf. Shelf needed to be 86 cm long but piece of wood he had was 1 m and 26 m long. His saw was 33 cm long. How much did he have to cut off the piece of wood to make it fit?

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QUESTION: 3

If 1 metre : 100 centimetre : : then 1 kilometre : ?

Solution:

We know 1 kilometre = 1000 metre.

QUESTION: 4

Direction: Add the following capacities:

25 l 850 ml and 19 l 390 ml.

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QUESTION: 5

Direction: Add the following capacities:

17 l 708 ml and 13 l 993 ml

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QUESTION: 6

Direction: Add the following capacities:

75 l 95 ml and 12 l 938 ml

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QUESTION: 7

A container has 2550 ml of water. How many litres and millilitres of water is in the container?

Solution:

We have 2550 ml = (2000 + 550) ml
= 2000 ml + 550 ml
= 2 l 550 ml

QUESTION: 8

Rohan bought a 50 lt container of oil. He used 44 litres 300 ml of it. How much oil is left?

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QUESTION: 9

A jar can hold 4 l 250 ml honey. How much honey will be needed to fill 4 jars?

Solution:

Required money = 4 × (4 l + 250) ml
= 16 l + 1000 ml
= 16 l + 1 l = 17 l

QUESTION: 10

Shraddha needs 6 containers which can hold 15 l 600 ml oil. Find the capacity of each container.

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